If you’re an educator, then you attend education conferences. Here are 3 easy-to-implement tips to make sure you have fun, meet the right people, and get the information you need!Details
Recently, I had the opportunity to ask the current National Teacher of the Year, Shanna Peeples why she LOVES teaching. Her answer, like her teaching, is beautiful and inspiring…Details
Let’s be honest: without effective classroom management, teaching can be frustrating and ineffective. I’ve been getting a lot of calls lately to come work with new and veteran teachers who need some fresh strategies in this area. In this short video, I share The #1 Classroom Management Technique of All-Time.Details
Creating a culture of trust is a crucial, essential part of any successful classroom, school or organization. Here are the three easy-to-implement secrets on how to do it…
I am beyond excited to share that the OWNING IT for Teachers video series launches very soon! Each month, I’ll be sending out short, free and inspiring videos to keep teachers motivated ALL year long. Like the book, each video will be packed with inspiring stories and easy-to-implement, practical strategies to help you be highly effective and LOVE what you do!Details
Sometimes we learn the most about education by seeing it through the eyes of the people outside of it. Last month, I had the opportunity to deliver the closing keynote address at a large leadership conference for Human Resources professionals across the Pacific Northwest. After the keynote, I held a smaller breakout session, where I led a group of these HR pros through an exercise examining the connection between how we’re educating our students, and how they’re showing up in the workforce. I asked them: As HR professionals, what do you need from the K-12 system to better prepare your employees for success in the workplace?Details
There’s a lot of talk about the teacher shortage sweeping the nation these days. Some say we knew it was coming. Others blame seemingly obvious factors like low pay, long hours and lack of respect. As fingers point in all directions about the cause of the shortage, and districts scramble to find busloads of new recruits to fix it, we may be overlooking an incredibly valuable resource just under our noses: the new teachers already in our classrooms.