I was inspired by Jay Posick to share some events or things that occurred today as I led my school. In his honest & real blog … Continue reading Today.
Reflecting back on 2015, brings so many moments, experiences, and relationships to mind. The year has been an amazing one, full of challenges and growth. It … Continue reading #2015BestNine: 9 Ways I Grew as a Leader in 2015
As I run and cook (not at the same time, but I am a mom/elementary principal and have mastered the “doing a zillion things at once” trick…so maybe I’ll try run-cooking in the future, not today.) for this glorious day … Continue reading T. H. A. N. K. F. U. L.
Recently, I have had the honor of writing the “Tech Talk” article for the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration’s (CCOSA) publication, Better Schools. I thought it was only fitting to post an adapted version to my blog. (Especially since … Continue reading Using Tech to Collaborate, Communicate and Innovate
I’ve recently begun to experiment with flipping my teacher meetings. Actually, I came across the whole concept of flipped classroom instruction through participation in the #oklaed chat a year or so ago. At that time, I remember thinking to myself, … Continue reading When You Flip, and it Flops. Lessons Learned from Flipping my Leadership.
This post is a collaboration between Adam Welcome and I. Adam is an awesome Principal in California, and we met at the NAESP Conference in Long Beach this summer. Adam and I were talking on Voxer about Back to School and what it’s like in our schools when we’re ramping up for each year. I’m pretty new to the blogging world, and Adam has much experience with blogging, so I am very thankful to have met and connected with him. He’s “held my hand” through this experience of creating and collaborating on a blog together. Thank you, Adam! I have enjoyed … Continue reading Top 10 To-Do’s for Back to School!
I remember the day I entered the “World of Twitter” like it was yesterday. It was not, however. I was one of those Facebookers who was only slightly curious about Twitter. I mean, Facebook had it all, I thought. I … Continue reading Learning to Connect Becomes Connecting to Learn