I collaborate virtually on something with someone every single day. Some recent examples include: sharing a grocery list with my husband through Google Keep planning an anniversary party for our parents with my siblings via group text messages Scheduling school visits with teachers and administrators through a shared Google Sheet Working on a writing project
I walked into a teacher’s classroom today that I’m coaching in Texas. This is her fifteenth year as a high school physics teacher, but her first in this district. It was easy to see that she was feeling a bit overwhelmed, a fact she confirmed a moment later. She is frustrated by the lack of
I love getting to meet new people. Well, maybe I should rephrase that…I love getting to meet like-minded people – people who share the same vision that I have for leadership and education. Last week I got to do that three different times in one day. All through connections I’ve made on LinkedIn, I had
As a new curriculum director, one of my areas of interest is professional development. I’m a big believer in using “in-house talent” when possible. Our school system is blessed with outstanding teachers that have a wide-range of knowledge and gifts. I’ve recently begun an after school professional learning community (one of those new educational buzz-phrases).
Collaboration: n. 1. The act of working together; united labor. 2. The act of willingly cooperating with an enemy Okay, so I’m not talking about strategies of war, though sometimes the life of an