What Kind of Educator Are You?

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Written by Michele Hill and Paul J. Berardelli Twitter is the home for hundreds of educational chats each...

Keeping Your School Culture From Getting Too Chilly

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A question that often comes up in our professional development workshops on climate and culture is “What do you do when the overall culture...

The Importance of Trust in your Organization

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According to Stephen Covey, “the first job of any leader is to inspire trust.” Trust means that you rely on another person’s integrity to...

Walk This Way

Leadership is not a title, it’s an action. Whatever your role in education is, you are a leader in some capacity. Classroom teachers, para-professionals...

Having Courageous Conversations

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Written by Paul J. Berardelli and Michele Hill  Mark Twain once said “If it’s your job to eat a frog, it’s best to do it first thing in...

Making the Most of Your School’s Opening Day

Written by Paul J. Berardelli and Michele Hill  "You always get a special kick on Opening Day, no matter how many you go through," said Yankees legend...

Time to Rest and Recharge

Congratulations! You may have just crossed the finish line; another school year is in the books! For educators in various roles, summer may look...
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Let the Interviews Begin

If you don’t know, we are both big fans of Todd Whitaker. As you follow us, you will find references and Whitaker-isms scattered throughout...

Who Fills The Boss’s Bucket?

Being an administrator can be a very lonely place, even though they seem to always be surrounded by people. Often, in many schools, there are...

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