Do you want to become an inspired leader in 2015—one who makes a big difference in your team, your organization, and your community? If the answer is yes, a good place to start is to review the qualities and practices of outstanding leaders, which have remained constant since civilization began, as [...]
“Too many teachers are totally absorbed in the process of teaching, by which is meant the ‘delivery of information,’ and are barely concerned with the process of learning. Teaching is NOT the goal of education, learning is! … Our major concern must shift from teaching to learning to achieve our goals.” — Shlomo Sharan, “Models of Cooperative Learning”
Ask the average person on the street about which types of professions require the collection of evidence and they will likely speak of law
Mott Hall Bridges Academy, a public middle school in Brownsville, Brooklyn, the poorest neighborhood in New York City, is seen by many as a safe zone in a crime-plagued area, and a gateway out of generational poverty.
The above quote has become my mantra for parent engagement specialists in most of my recent trainings. Over the years, schools and early childhood programs have found a million ways to talk about how the parents won’t attend events and programs. Only the few that “care” will come out. However, in the past twelve […]
Few leaders can avoid confrontation. There are simply too many items and employees that require oversight and guidance. The likelihood is very high that every leader will need to address numerous areas of concern within her organization at various po...