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Leading a school toward highly effective teams does not consist of a “one and done” professional development.  It requires lots of leadership maintenance.  Aside from checking in on PLT team leaders on a regular basis, the concept of PLTs needs … Continue reading

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We are strong proponents of blending both the art of the teacher with the science of teaching; only through the synergy of these two elements can we truly cause the greatest amount of achievement for the greatest number of students. … Continue reading

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EdWeek had a wonderful article yesterday on the emerging trend of STEM focused schools beginning to rejoin arts to their efforts to prepare students for their futures. This is a great move and reveals a recognition that STEM alone will … Continue reading

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There are a lot of considerations a leader must make when developing teams.  One often overlooked issue is the size of a given team.  This post of ours from December, 2011, shares some resources on figuring out the right sizes … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s website has a vast array of helpful materials.  Leadership is one of the topics that they have covered quite well.  The website has a great page for team leaders.  On the page are questions that a leader should ask … Continue reading

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