ClassroomLeadership

Creating a Strong Mentoring Program by Dianne McKinley   As leaders during these difficult times, it  can be hard to attract, hire, and retain great teachers. One way to do this is by creating a strong mentoring program at your school. … Continue Reading…

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Mentoring to Prevent Burnout 6 Wellness Strategies to Incorporate Into Your Mentoring Program by Tiffany Creager   As one school year comes to an end, another is soon to begin! First things first, filling vacancies with the hope that the… Continue Reading…

Leadership

Principals’ End of School Year Checklist   As a school leader, there are many loose ends that you will want to tie up at the end of the school year. This is a great time to pause and reflect on… Continue Reading…

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Mentors People who point us in the right direction! By Bill Reed   As you begin your career, mentors are invaluable. They help you stumble through all that you do not know when you start. They are there to listen… Continue Reading…

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Employability Skills: Mindset 5 ways to encourage lifelong learning and self-confidence in your classroom through the teaching of growth mindset By Tiffany Creager   Employability skills are a set of skills outside of technical or academic competencies that are desired… Continue Reading…

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5 Simple Ways to Improve Teacher Morale &  Decrease Principals’ Stress Written by Dianne McKinley   Just when we thought education was one of the most stressful jobs on the planet, BOOM, it got more stressful. Educators are reporting record… Continue Reading…

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Indiana Math Textbook Adoption By Bill Reed   Back in 2011, Indiana Public Law 73-2011 altered state and local textbook adoption procedures. Under this law, Indiana no longer follows a strict six-year cycle for math materials adoption. Textbook adoptions are… Continue Reading…

Leadership

How to Facilitate an Effective Meeting Written by Dianne McKinley   Let’s face it, most people hate meetings and that is because most meetings are a waste of time. No matter how much a leader may want a meeting to… Continue Reading…

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Value-Based Living, Working, and Leading Swapping Resolutions for Reflection in the New Year Written by Tiffany Creager   On December 31st, 2019, I was full of energy, excitement, and anticipation. We were heading into a new decade! I had multiple… Continue Reading…

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Prioritizing Physical & Mental Health Despite Ongoing Stress Written by: Tiffany Creager, LSW, MSW   I was recently asked to come have a conversation with the staff at a non-profit agency about managing personal stress as they continue their great… Continue Reading…

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