What’s YOUR key coaching advice?

I can’t believe it’s already almost the end of January 2018! Time is flying by so fast, and I’m so busy with projects for Eduro (along with my own personal consulting), that I haven’t been doing a very good job of sharing all that great work here on my own blog. Our First Book: Your…

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Microcredentials: Your Shortcut to Learning!

Sometimes we all get so busy we don’t stop to think about how much we are learning (or doing) because we just don’t have a single moment. That’s pretty much how the last year has been. It’s been amazing, but constant. And I’ve been learning so much. I wish I had forced myself to blog…

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Creating a Breeding Ground for Motivation

As coaches, we are often inspired by our colleagues. We get excited by what they can do with their students, how they approach new ideas in their classrooms, and the amazing learning experiences we can design together. We can also be frustrated, because we can often see what else they¬†could do, “if only they listened…

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Parenting in a Digital World

One of my roles as Consultant-in-Residence at NIST is to offer workshops for parents about technology and learning. Having done the same thing at both ISB and YIS for the last eight years, this is something I know parents appreciate, and really helps support the type of teaching and learning we want to happen at…

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3 Layers of Professional Learning

Over the past few months I’ve been facilitating a lot of professional learning, in a lot of different environments – from international schools (my comfort zone), to private schools in several different countries, to public schools in the US (which used to be way out of my comfort zone, but not so much anymore); and…

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