Monthly Archives: August 2014

College and Career Ready #PennantCampaign

Special shout out to @WCAdmissions @washcoll for being the first college to come on board with our #pennantcampaign pic.twitter.com/VaFQAQF4tQ — Brian Cook Ed.D. (@DrBrianCook) August 23, 2014 So how, exactly, does a school with an admirable repute collapse (figuratively of … Continue reading

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Tips for creating a great school year

I am officially on the 72-hour watch. No, I am not sick or contagious. Actually, I am very healthy and even ran this morning . However, I am within the short window when students in Maryland report back to school … Continue reading

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Tell the story of your classroom

Many days when I come home, I am warmly greeted with a big grin of a two-year old and a devilish “ha ha” laugh at the door. After my wife and I exchange stories about our work day, my daughter … Continue reading

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Learning from Eric Sheninger

At 5am this morning my wife pushed me out of bed and told me it was time to get moving if I was going to complete my morning run, take our toddler to daycare, and still make it to the … Continue reading

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