Author: change

So, You Want to be a Principal?

Craig Vroom, Lead Learning Partner As told from his blog, Fueling-Education.com   Recently one of my teachers asked me a question I honestly hadn’t been asked in a while. I have been asked before but never really dove into the deeper meaning of my answer and how “it” all came to happen.

It’s Time to Say Thank You!

Jennifer Hogan, Lead Learning Partner As told on her blog, The Compelled Educator Many of my Saturdays are spent at a gym, watching either my oldest daughter play basketball or my youngest daughter play volleyball. Yesterday, I didn’t get to go (we forgot to make arrangements for our dogs), so I was bummed about not getting Read More …

Prioritize those plates!

Neil Gupta, Ed.D., Lead Learning Partner As told from his blog, drneilgupta.wordpress.com I have always liked the imagery of spinning plates to share with leaders about our need to keep an eye on all the moving parts to the job…

We Can Rebuild Him

Neil Gupta, Ed.D., Lead Learning Partner As told from his blog, drneilgupta.wordpress.com   Out of all the 1970’s TV remakes, I am still waiting for the remake of the Six Million Dollar Man!  There he was, Steve Austin, an astronaut whowas injured in a crash and rebuilt with robotics to become super human! 

Collective Journey

Craig Vroom, Lead Learning Partner As told from his blog, Fueling-Education.com   Collectively we are better. I have yet to work in a school where success happens in a silo. A community of learners is undeniably one of the strongest forces known in education.