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To lead, you must read! What Dr. Corum is reading about education and educational leadership
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Dr. Cook's Blog - The Paradigm Shift: The Principal’s Evolving Role as Instructional Leader

Dr. Cook's Blog - The Paradigm Shift: The Principal’s Evolving Role as Instructional Leader | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
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Life of an Educator by Justin Tarte: 10 reasons we need social media in education

Life of an Educator by Justin Tarte: 10 reasons we need social media in education | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
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Leadership and Juggling – the Unlikely Lessons

Leadership and Juggling – the Unlikely Lessons | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
As leaders, we need to stop juggling. But rather, one project at a time, one person at a time, one thing at a time.
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Cybraryman Internet Catalogue - Personal Learning Networks

Cybraryman Internet Catalogue - Personal Learning Networks | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
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Why Would Anyone Want To Be a School Leader?

Why Would Anyone Want To Be a School Leader? | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Most educators would not want to be a school leader, which is too bad because school leaders have the opportunity to create great connections with students, staff and parents.
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Teachers Tweet, Administrators Don't

Teachers Tweet, Administrators Don't | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Do more teachers than administrators use Twitter?
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How a First-Rate Principal Stopped the Infamous "Revolving Door"

How a First-Rate Principal Stopped the Infamous "Revolving Door" | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Marilyn Anderson Rhames is a writing teacher at a charter school in Chicago and holds masters degrees in education and journalism. A former reporter for People and Time, she also won various awards while at Newsday and The Journal News in New York.
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- From the Principal's Office: 10 Things School Leaders Do to Kill a Teacher's Enthusiasm for Technology

The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators.
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Your climate, your culture

Your climate, your culture | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
The climate and the culture of your school are not the same thing. The culture of a school is represented by its shared beliefs, its ceremonies, its nua
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Education Rethink: The Real Reason Change Isn't Happening #iste12

Education Rethink: The Real Reason Change Isn't Happening #iste12 | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
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12 incredibly inspiring quotes from Mister Rogers | Articles | Main

12 incredibly inspiring quotes from Mister Rogers | Articles | Main | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
The man was a genius....
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Continuous learning instead of "lifelong learning" - Casting Out Nines - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Continuous learning instead of "lifelong learning" - Casting Out Nines - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
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Is This The Future of Touchscreen Tech? New Video Will Blow Your Mind| The Committed Sardine

Is This The Future of Touchscreen Tech? New Video Will Blow Your Mind| The Committed Sardine | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
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Keeping Continuous Growth at Teacher Evaluation's Core

Keeping Continuous Growth at Teacher Evaluation's Core | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Growth and improvement, not just accountability, must remain at the heart of teacher evaluation, Stephen Fink writes.
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Principals Lack Training in Addressing School Climate

Principals Lack Training in Addressing School Climate | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it

Even though a healthy school climate can lead to strong academic outcomes, principals lack training in how to build relationships for support and learning among staff and students.


"Leaders who have been trained to understand how relationships and values interact in a school can improve their campus cultures, and that those without such a conceptual understanding still have an "accidental influence" on their campuses—not always a healthy one."


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Students, teachers swap profiles to ease freshman year at McKeesport Area

Students, teachers swap profiles to ease freshman year at McKeesport Area | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Founders Hall Middle School students are swapping profiles with teachers as they transition into their freshman year at McKeesport Area High School. In the tradition
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Why It Takes More Than a Genius to Lead a School

Why It Takes More Than a Genius to Lead a School | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
It takes more than a genius to lead a school and guest blogger Liz Wiseman tells us how.
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Do You Question Your State Education Department?

Do You Question Your State Education Department? | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Public schools are tired of the constant accountability and one-sided memos. They offer very little guidance and often lead to more questions than answers
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Decision making for the indecisive

Decision making for the indecisive | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Authors Chip and Dan Heath offer research (and a few magic tricks) for how you can make better decisions.
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Want Common Core to Succeed? Don't Forget the Principal!

Want Common Core to Succeed?  Don't Forget the Principal! | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Learning Forward is the nation's largest nonprofit membership association focused solely on ensuring success for all students through effective professional learning and school improvement.
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Climate Control: Six Ways to Improve Your School Environment

Climate Control: Six Ways to Improve Your School Environment | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Spring vacation is just around the corner, and the dreaded state tests are inching ever closer. It is a time of year when you may be running out of ideas, patience and energy, and so is everyone arou
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Why Leadership Is so Hard

Why Leadership Is so Hard | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
It's very hard for leaders to show that they're good at leading, and that they know what they're doing. Which is why sometimes they need to do a lot less.
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Becoming 21st century elementary principals | SmartBlogs

Becoming 21st century elementary principals | SmartBlogs | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Principals were once seen as the person sitting in the office waiting for the next student to discipline. We know it is much more than that.
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10 Things to Teach Your Kids about Failure

10 Things to Teach Your Kids about Failure | Thoughts on educational leadership while waiting for my socks to dry | Scoop.it
Learning how to handle failure is just as important as learning how to succeed. Here are ten things to teach your kids about failure.
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