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The Power of Reflection

In considering the various “R’s in Education”, how important is the process of “reflection”?

The power inherent within your personal reflection of your educational practices should never be undervalued. But, does “reflection” fall into my 5 R’s of Effective Engagement? A component of this reflection strategy are the proverbial “Look In The Mirror” Moments.

For me, when I awake in the morning as I am preparing myself for work, I look in the mirror and ask myself, “Will you give your best today?” Without hesitation, my reflection always responds back with the affirmative, “Yes!” Continue reading The Power of Reflection

Successful Teachers, Successful Students

With over 400 principals in Kent County  schools, leadership professional development is necessary in order to continue to be instructional leaders for our teachers and our students.

As many of you are aware, evaluation processes and procedures have inundated our work.  However, do we really know how to help teachers get better?  Is it through evaluation?  Continue reading Successful Teachers, Successful Students