Monthly Archives: February 2016

Seeing Students’ Strengths & Supporting Success

How many of us have struggled with starting and/or completing a project because we question whether we have the “smarts” and strengths to do it? I know I have. I wasn’t a great math student all the way through school. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Creativity, Grit, and Initiative: How to Foster 21st Century Competencies

As Elementary Principals we are at the center of the action for student learning. In our role as building learning leaders we have both the agility and generosity of spirit to connect and collaborate with students, teachers, staff, parents, community, … Continue reading

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