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May 10, 2019

In yesterday's blog post I identified the first three traits that make a great teacher: 1) Belief; 2) Communication; and 3) Relational. Today, we look at the final two traits.

Trait 4: High Expectations

High – Rising or extending upward a great distance: taller than aver...

May 9, 2019

The Idea

Each March NFL brass descend upon Indianapolis for the NFL Combine. This is an annual event where all 32 NFL teams bring a handful of coaches and scouts to assess every inch of a couple hundred 22-24 year-olds. It’s a test of speed (40-yard dash and shuttle run...

December 21, 2017

When my wife, Kathleen, and I were both principals (she still is), we often debated about leadership styles, and what the most effective leadership styles were for school leaders. By the end of the debate, we usually ended it with the same conclusion…and ultimately the...

September 27, 2017

Setting The Scene

Some of my most terrifying moments as a former school administrator were when we could not locate a student. Whether a student decided to sneak out of the school or not, until we had some sort of proof that them leaving without permission was unprevent...

September 20, 2017

Student Supervision and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

You may be asking yourself, “How do these two things connect?” The answer is they don’t really, but the parallel I want to draw is student supervision is the most basic, and therefore important, need for a well cr...

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