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Accountability Partners for Routine Building

We know all about accountability in the world of education.  We know we will always be held accountable for what we do and how we do it.  We know that often we are held accountable to our local school districts and state and federal education systems for our students’ progress.  The word accountability can hold some real weight in regard to teacher evaluations and student IEPs.   As seriously as we take all the above entities and situations in regard to accountability, today I’m proposing that we...

Why what you do every day matters…

Sometimes for all of our good intentions, we just can’t seem to stick to our plan, our goal, our different way of living.  Sometimes when we’re the only one who knows about our plans or our turning over of a new leaf, it’s very easy to slip back into old habits.  When we don’t have the pressure, it’s often much easier to go back to what feels normal (but not so great) rather than sit in uncomfortability doing something different that may (or may not)...

The 80/20 Rule for Educators

  As teachers we all want to bring things home because we are never really finished.  Our days never truly end.  As the last student leaves the room screaming good bye as he or she runs down the hall, we plop into our seat, sigh a heavy breath, look up at the ceiling and wonder where to start.  Do we piece our rooms back together? Check the email we haven’t looked at since morning? Grade the pile of papers we collected throughout the day? Finalize our...

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