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Episode 80 – How to Protect Your Confidence

EPISODE 80How to Protect Your ConfidenceBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Your confidence is one of your most valuable assets. You must be intentional about protecting it.  The more confident you are, the more confident your staff will be. When you are calm and certain, it gives your staff a sense of calm and certainty […]

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Episode 79 – Are your teachers renters or owners?

EPISODE 79Are your teachers renters or owners?Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:In times of stress and uncertainty, we look for ways to feel more in control. That often means that we attempt to regulate teachers’ work because we are afraid that if we don’t, students won’t have a consistently quality experience. But, whenever you […]

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Episode 78 – How to Handle Uncertainty #LikeABuilder

EPISODE 78How to Handle Uncertainty #LikeABuilderBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:The way things are going, we will need to become more comfortable with uncertainty. That doesn’t mean that we have to give into it entirely. There are still ways to provide an anchor for your teachers, students, and community in spite of these uncertain […]

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Episode 77 – Does feedback look different for remote teaching?

EPISODE 77Does feedback look different forremote teaching?Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:If your evaluation instrument or process must be revised every time there is a new crisis, then is it really serving you in the first place?Good teaching is good teaching, even in unusual or unprecedented circumstances.If you have a good feedback system, you […]

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Episode 76 – Why you may want to throw away your School Improvement Plan

EPISODE 76Why you may want to throw away your School Improvement PlanBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Most school improvement plans are little more than a work of fiction. They don’t represent the reality of our work and they present goals that are either too low or not meaningful enough to make a real difference […]

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Episode 75 – How Builders Handle Equity

EPISODE 75How Builders Handle EquityBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Many Equity programs tend to throw emotional grenades in the room.They end up doing more damage than good.Builders approach equity issues differently. Instead of trying to fix broken systems, Builders build new systems.Builders don’t make equity separate from their work. Equity IS their work.Approaching Equity […]

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Episode 74 –3 Questions You Should be asking right now if you want a successful school year

EPISODE 743 Questions You Should Be Asking Right Now If You Want A Successful School YearBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:By taking time to reflect on these 3 questions, you can learn from the past and set your school up for success this year.The best approach to take in times of uncertainty is to pilot […]

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Bonus Episode–How One Principal Made Her School Crisis-Proof

BONUS EPISODEHow One Principal Made Her School Crisis-ProofBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Sometimes, it’s the simplest things that make the biggest difference for your school. Focus on the right things and keep it simple and save yourself a ton of work and stress.If you really want to make your school crisis proof, you need […]

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Bonus Episode–Crisis Proofing Your School Part I

BONUS EPISODE​Crisis Proofing Your School Part I​In this bonus series of podcast, discover ways to learn from crisis and make your school more resilient to future crises. On this episode, find out 3 lessons we all can learn from crisis and how we can use them to crisis-proof our schools. Links mentioned in this episode: Get […]

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Episode 72 – 5 Books You Should Be Reading This Summer

EPISODE 72​5 Books You Should Be Reading This SummerBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Sometimes reading outside of education gives you a different perspective and helps you think outside the box.As we re-imagine schools in the coming weeks, it’s important to draw inspiration from a variety of sources.  Welcome to our 2020 Summer Reading List […]

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