Four Practical Tips for Using Data to Inform Planning and Decision Making

In this blog post, I offer a few practical tips on using data in schools to inform planning and decision making.

Three Reflective Practices for Effectiveness

“From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action.” Spoken by Peter Drucker, the famous management consultant, educator, and author, he found that...

Brick by Brick: Building a Strong Foundation for Classroom Success

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A faulty foundation is guaranteed to be compromised. We all learned this amazing lesson in the story of the Three Little Pigs.

Taking Action on World Suicide Prevention Day

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Every year on September 10th, countries around the world join together to bring attention to World Suicide Prevention Day. We want to increase suicide...

Six Tips to Consider When Implementing a District Instructional Coaching Program

If you watched the Olympics this winter you saw someone standing beside every competitor just before and after they competed – their coach. The...

Igniting Curiosity and Enthusiasm in Students

Despite my repeated efforts, students in my class were struggling to come up with the information needed to complete a news report writing assignment.

Whole Child Symposium: (Re)Defining Teacher Leadership

By Walter McKenzie Teaching today is a more complex set of roles and responsibilities than ever before. The skills and knowledge required to successfully engage...
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Building Literacy Bridges: A Professional Development School Success Story

Monroe Township Public Schools’ Holly Glen Elementary School in Williamstown, N.J., is committed to providing all children with a positive, challenging, and creative learning...

Student Success Starts with a FIT Culture

By Stef Hite Now that the school year is underway, you’re rockin’ and rollin’ and making great strides with your pacing guide and curriculum content....

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