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Steven Weber
Associate Superintendent, Speaker/Consultant, BAMMY Award nominee, Edu Blogger, and PDK Emerging Leader
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Terry Grier 18h
Great leaders figure out when to go fast and when to go slow. The key is that you MUST do both. Some ‘leaders’ only have one speed and that’s a lot like riding a bicycle without ‘gears;’ making going up steep hills almost impossible!
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Jessica Torres🦉 13h
Wow!! I learned so much from one hour of PD w/ today through than I've learned in a long time. Thank you!! Here's outlining my learning...cannot wait to use w/Ts!
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Jay McTighe 6h
Personalized Learning means different things to different people. This article provides a clear summary of the variations :
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Dr. Todd Schmidt 5h
For me has been a gamechanger for its way to engage ALL students in a meaningful way...each student has a chance to find and share their voice!
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Bill Ferriter 18h
Hey nation: In your last meeting before your holiday break, take a minute and reflect on the work you are doing together. Here's a reflection tool to help you do just that:
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Steven Weber 18h
Cascading Communication: Sending Out Your Message to the Entire Organization
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John C Maxwell Nov 16
The Law of Design in the The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth says, "To maximize growth, develop strategies." Strategies are nothing more than systems for obtaining specific results, they are like freeways. They can help you quickly get to where you want to go.
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Catlin Tucker Dec 15
Simple Articulation Strategy: 5 Ins and 5 Outs -
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Blanchard LeaderChat Oct 4
When implementing change in your organizational culture, use these five steps to get management and employee commitment to making a difference!
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David Culberhouse Dec 15
"At every level of an organization, clarity precedes commitment. Remember, transparency is not just about being open, it is also about being clear.” -The Changing Face of Modern Leadership
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Steven Weber Dec 15
I Wish I Knew...Lessons Learned Since My First Year As A Teacher
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🌟Heidi Veal👩🏼‍🏫 Dec 15
Replying to @DavidGeurin
A education should cause the questions our students' ask to skyrocket "off the charts" not actually decline as they become more educated, as represented by becoming more literate in this graph.
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Steven Weber Dec 15
Thank you for co-moderating this week’s It was great having a State Superintendent leading the chat on such important topics
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Steven Weber Dec 15
A6: The reason several district and building level plans fail
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Steven Weber Dec 15
A6: Strategies That Support A School or District Plan
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Dr. Randall Sampson Dec 15
A4) Implementation of the 5th “C” 💥Curation💥...deep learning is about story telling using multiple experiences and tools
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Steven Weber Dec 15
A4: Analyze the ratio of Compliance vs Contribution in classrooms.
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Steven Weber Dec 15
A4: Traditional Lesson Planning focused on what the teacher would do. Teaching for critical thinking and visible learning focuses on open-ended tasks and student ownership.
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Steven Weber Dec 15
A4: Begin with the End In Mind. If we are aiming for critical thinking and problem solving, then we develop tasks that will help students reach the desired outcome.
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Steven Weber Dec 15
A2: This tool is a good way for Teacher teams to analyze their assignments, bulletin boards, and classrooms
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