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Lessons from the Past

Accountability combined with appreciation and leadership molded by integrity are pretty good principles for principals… and the rest of us, too. Continue reading

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The Challenge of Teaching

It seems like there is nearly always some degree of tension in teaching a subject area that you really love… especially when you have to teach it to people who don’t share your enthusiasm. Continue reading

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The Joy of Learning

One of the hallmarks of good teachers, no matter what their age, is a continuing enthusiasm for learning; genuine enthusiasm always shows through. Continue reading

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Sideways

The change in my prayer approach hasn’t resulted in me thinking I am now God’s gift to teachers. It hasn’t made me rich nor brought me a flood of accolades. What it has done is given me more peace before, during and after the trainings. Continue reading

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