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    Coaching and executive coaching are both forms of professional development that involve working with a trained coach to identify goals, create a plan for achieving those goals, and taking action to ...

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    Executive coaching  is a specific form of coaching that is focused on helping executives and leaders in organizations to develop their skills and capabilities. Executive coaches work with clients to ...

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    At first glance, the release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT in the midst of the 2022 holiday season could hardly be counted among the items likely to be on a teacher’s wish list. It’s hard to imagine joy at ...

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    In a recent post, “The One We Feed Each Day” I talked about practices I would be trying out to “feed the good wolf” in an ongoing manner. One of them was to encourage more transparency and ...

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    At LINC we strive to  develop a culture of generativity. Generative humans are adaptable, creative problem solvers and are active collaborators and innovators in this rapidly changing world, full of ...

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    The goal of professional development is to enhance the learning experience for the students in our classrooms. However, rarely do we ask students for their input on how to do that. Even more rarely ...

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    Districts across the country are conducting equity audits to understand the inequities that exist in their policies, practices, and curriculum. Equity audits are a valuable leadership tool used to ...

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    Breathing Through Work

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    I mentioned during my recent podcast “The One We Feed Each Day” that I’m working on trust at work through better breathing. I figure, what the heck? At 46, it seems like the right year to finally ...

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    The One We Feed Each Day

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    As I started this year, it was not without the weight we all felt as our planned holiday festivities morphed into the frantic rush to find rapid tests and the return of near-2020 quarantine levels. ...

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    The importance of culture cannot be overstated. Over the years, I have described it as the most important and heaviest lift for our school systems today. In many ways, culture is either the gas pedal ...

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    The End of Knowing

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    A few years ago, I witnessed a debate between two teachers. One was arguing vehemently about the merits of knowing all the US state capitals. The other was equally as adamant that memorizing states ...

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    During the pandemic resourceful educators adopted a wider range of instructional practices to meet the needs of students no longer in their classrooms full time. Many of the new practices that were ...

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