Monthly Archives: April 2014

Coaching and Mentoring Teachers

  Working with a stellar group of colleagues at the Lower Eastern Shore School Leadership Institute at Salisbury University (MD), my colleagues and I tackled the difference between a coach and mentor. Both positions require unique skills sets which are not … Continue reading

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Literary Task Analysis

Nothing beats working with a team, but everyone’s team has its own unique characteristics and mine is no different. Meet My Team There is always the person who wants a snack whether its a coffee or any type of free … Continue reading

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Instructional Spring Cleaning

Sometimes you never know when you are going to come by someone or something that has an effect on your way of thinking. Often on Twitter educational folks Tweet about everything going on in the world of education. You might … Continue reading

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