“Know-it-alls are completely predictable. They don’t change. Those who already know never develop new skills, embrace new ways of thinking, or grow as leaders. Everyone who grows changes. Everyone w...”
“ The ability to persevere is necessary to develop a mind-set for success because no one, no matter how talented, achieves everything every time. Perseverance is a skill that can be taught. Although most of us learn it through trial and error, it can and should be taught, just like any other key skill or competency.”
Via Grant Montgomery, Bobby Dillard
“ What if schools taught kids mindfulness and empathy along with traditional academic skills? A new legislative act allows US schools to fund social and emotional learning (SEL) programming.”
Via Bobby Dillard
Yes people...it is THAT time again. The "other" season of the school year...testing season. The tension builds, we lose sleep, and it changes our moods! Some require more caffeine, others need chocolate in order to survive. We all need each other for sure! We cannot avoid it, and being angry at it sure doesn't help. We can complain about the time it takes out of our instructional days, the impact it has on scheduling, and how inequitable mandated tests are. Complaining only makes our school culture a negative place and places even more emphasis on testing. None of these actions will contribute in a positive manner to our kids, families, or each other, so we have one choice: EMBRACE it. Testing happens. Every year we will face it, no matter the format or standards it is based on. Testing is beyond our control, so why allow it to control our dispositions and attitudes? Why allow it to control how we work with students? EMBRACE. Testing happens...TEACH ON!
@DrRobM_FSUSD aka @ResiliencyGuy talks about the importance of reflecting on successes on a daily basis. pic.twitter.com/B9H8jV5QXU
Rob Martinez, Ed.D.'s insight:
Tonight, I was able to discuss issues of #Resiliency and the importance of leadership with close to 100 #ACSARegion4 Administrators. It was a great experience, and there will be more to come from this guy! Follow me @ResiliencyGuy and at @DrRobM_FSUSD
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