Monthly Archives: January 2021

Exploring Mindset: A Focus on Intervention

Looking at pressing realities impacting education today, COVID-19 pandemic emergency and remote learning has placed a direct and bolder spotlight on issues of inequity that exists within schools and districts. This is a reality that I’ve worked to address in … Continue reading

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[Podcast Review] Reflections from my AM Walk Part 1: Brene Brown and “The Heart of Daring Leadership”

Over the course of the past few days, I’ve been finding myself quite restless. Like so many educators, my mind is continuously spinning. Although I’m no longer in the classroom, my role as a Vice Principal is to be in … Continue reading

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A Parents’ Guide to Disney-Pixar’s “Soul”

The best movies not only shape new thinking but ultimately entertain us. They have an ability to transport us to another world, remove us from our everyday and remind us that life outside of the movie is as unique as … Continue reading

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