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Convergent Thinking Versus Divergent Thinking

In this sketchnote video, I explore the differences between convergent thinking and divergent thinking. Divergent v convergent thinking Imagine you have a pr...
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Bruce Deitrick Price posted a blog post

K-12: Getting Rid of the Good Stuff

A lot of things once thought crucial in K-12 classrooms are nowadays kicked out on the street.The very essence of education, and you change this at your peril, is learning that certain people did certain things at certain times for certain reasons.…See More
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Michael Keany posted a discussion
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Amanda Greengrass is now a member of School Leadership 2.0
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Michael Keany posted a blog post

Any School Could Do This If It Wanted To. So Why Don't They? by David Knuffke

Editor's Note:  David Knuffke, formerly of Deer Park Schools is now working at the Furen International School, Singapore.Apr 8Any School Could Do This If It Wanted To. So Why Don't They?Thoughts on the cultures of…See More
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Lynne Kennedy Mullen is now a member of School Leadership 2.0
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Michael Keany posted a blog post

Is ES=+0.50 Achievable? Schoolwide Approaches That Might Meet This Standard by Robert E. Slavin

Is ES=+0.50 Achievable?Schoolwide Approaches That Might Meet This StandardRobert E. Slavin In a recent blog, "…See More
Jul 13
Linda E Macias joined Kristine Cucinello's group
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School Finance

This group will discuss current topics school business officials are facing. Share ideas and resources with your colleagues.See More
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Linda E Macias joined William Brennan, Ed.D.'s group
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Ed.D Students (Past & Present)

We envision this as a community for current Ed.D students to have dialogue with other doctoral students and past doctoral students. This may be a good place for people to share and test ideas, research interests and methodology.   See More
Jul 12
 

Please respond to our new one-question poll

Many school districts, understanding the importance of a diverse faculty, have taken steps to modify and enhance recruitment and hiring practices to ensure greater diversity in their teaching hires.  One study (The Educator Diversity Handbook) suggested five practices for consideration.  Which of the five has your district/school employed?  (Choose all that apply.)

  • Encourage school boards to signal and embrace the importance of teacher and school leader diversity.
  • Collect and use data to examine school district recruitment, interview, and hiring practices.
  • Question and change recruitment practices to identify additional qualified applicants of color.
  • Improve the working environment for educators of color.
  • Invest in mentorship and career ladders for the current and aspiring teacher, school, and district leaders.

  •     We have not yet employed any of these practices

  •       Other

To respond, please click here:

Results of last week’s survey.


A common misconception amongst non-educators is that educators enjoy the summer off.  How many weeks this summer will you NOT be working either on your regular job in education or in a paid job other than your regular position or going for training/credits and/or professional development?

0......12.9%

1......18.5%

2......37.0%

3......11.1%

4.......7.4%

5.......1.8%

6.......5.5%

7.......0.0%

Not working....5.5%

Total Responses = 54

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