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It’s Okay to Let Go

Gaps, detours and time away from our career path is not necessarily encouraged or acknowledged as a valuable use of time in our independent schools, ...
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Leading with Love: Lessons Learned from My First Year in Administration

First years at anything are hard. Kindergartners learn how to do school for the first time; middle and high schoolers learn how to navigate change ...
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Creating a Growth Mindset In and Out of the Classroom

We want our students to achieve growth, both in and out of the classroom. And we know that simple shifts and practice can have a ...
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How to Add Movement to Your Lessons

“If you feel thirsty, your students are probably dehydrated.” I learned this statement in college while training to become a backpacking leader for freshman orientation ...
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Building an Emotionally Intelligent Team — an excerpt from The Art of Coaching Teams

Excerpted from The Art of Coaching Teams by Elena Aguilar. Copyright © 2016 by Elena Aguilar. Reprinted with permission of the publisher. All rights reserved. ...
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How to Start Your Own Women’s Leadership Circle

Professional Development is akin to a triple lattè for passionate educators. Taking a day to attend a workshop to learn a new skill, get inspired ...
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