Monthly Archives: March 2018

Leading with the “I” – Inactively – Doesn’t Work.

March 2, 2018 at Woodbridge High School brought the Professional Development Day “Everyone Leads” to our School District, and I have to admit, I am still getting used to seeing everyone in the School District so many times when we … Continue reading

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Dazzle with DASL

I had mentioned it once before, bit it is amazing to see what your own state has to offer when you allow yourself time to re-examine surroundings you have been around for so long, but – it really makes a … Continue reading

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BP Can Be More Than an Acronym, It Can be the Change Each of Us Realizes

What do you think of when you hear BP?  At one time, it would have represented one of the largest oil and fuel companies we have come to know.  Much has occurred since then amid oil spills, what appears as … Continue reading

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Leaping Forward – Possibilities Opposed to the Limitations

As I watched this ParaOlympics Open Ceremony today (from days past) – that phrase “The fact we can be limited by our creativity, possibilities opposed to the limitations is what this is all about…” the hour ahead can be a … Continue reading

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What Does the Word Legend and E (from Education) Have in Common?

Phil Livingston.  Period.  A few things you should know. Never an administrator.   Redefined the role of a substitute.  Proof a government agency officer could be one of the BEST educators.  ever. What does it take to inspire students?  Stories and … Continue reading

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