Monthly Archives: August 2015

SCRIPTING? WHY WOULD A TEACHER NEED TO LEARN A SCRIPT?

Have you ever gone to McDonald’s and “super-sized” your meal? Of course you have, but why? Did you think about “super-sizing” before you walked into the restaurant? That was probably the last thing on your mind. But all it took … Continue reading

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What do you say to a parent when calling home?

Like most of the daily activities in any profession there is no secret or magic to making the often “dreaded” phone call home, but there is a right way, and a wrong way. Unfortunately, many teachers never get it right … Continue reading

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DO YOU PASS FAILING STUDENTS?

If you do, you will: never have accurate data never be able to set correct baselines for goal setting never be able to use your data to achieve goals or strategize never be able to fully – or correctly – … Continue reading

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