5 Perspectives on Equity In Schools

Steven WeberBlog, Connect Better, Lead Better, Reflect Better, Teach Further

TL;DR: 5 perspectives on equity in schools include believers, doubters, traditionalists, bystanders, and upstanders. Exclusion and intolerance have no place in public education. Steven joined Rae Hughart for an episode of the Daily Drop In to discuss equity and inclusion. Click here to watch! There is a growing movement to denounce terms such as equity, inclusion, and culturally responsive teaching.  … Read More

I’m a Teacher

Tim StephensonBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: An ode to teaching and preparing for the upcoming school year. Inspiration to remind you of the lives you may touch. It was the last night of summer and all through my mindRan the thoughts of a teacher, the peculiar kind I picked out my clothes, I knew just what to wearI’d lay them out neat, even my new … Read More

There Is NO Hacking Life

Aaron ElseBlog, Differentiate Better, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Lesson Plan Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: When working towards success, “hacking life” is not the solution. Many self-help leaders and other successful individuals did not start that way. They had to overcome obstacles and put in the time to get where they are. Perfection can be achieved over time with hard work and persistence. Teachers are demonstrating this with their creativity and determination. There Is … Read More

Three Clichés That Get Me Focused

Aaron ElseBlog, Lead Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Living by clichés can give us a better outlook on life. Be consistent in your words and actions. Choose how you are going to respond to obstacles and challenges. Stay positive and optimistic. It makes life easier. Life clichés. We hate them. We apply them incorrectly. And we all say them. A bird in the hand… Play your cards … Read More