A Principal’s Reflections: Top Posts of 2022

With every passing calendar year, I am generally surprised that I proceed to web site with regularity. It has turn out to be considerably a lot more difficult, which is why I produced the choice to move to a bi-regular monthly creating routine.  In a latest post, I shared my rationale. Basically, I am jogging out of one of a kind topics and angles to examine so I really don’t want to run the threat of turning into redundant.  In some instances, this has presently took place previously, which is even additional purpose to set time and exertion into my rising video clip project named #EDvice.  I approach to pick back again up with this sequence early in 2023. 

When many of my posts highlighted successes in current coaching jobs, I experimented with to focus my endeavours on growing ideas introduced in Disruptive Wondering in Our Classrooms.  No make a difference how “evergreen” a book, the simple fact of the matter is that points improve, or new views are gleaned. By evergreen I imply that the content withstands the examination of time. In contrast to the times when there was no Internet, everyone can give deeper context or supporting examples to health supplement and piece of common prepared function. If you want to see these posts, I have curated them on this Pinterest board. If you are interested in a book study right after the vacations there is a thorough review information and an impressive bulk purchase low cost through ConnectEDD Publishing (e-mail facts@connecteddpublishing.com).

Down below are my leading posts from 2022. There is a nice blend of ideas including personalization, instructional engineering, management, and faculty society. As I did final year, I am together with a hyperlink and the associated picture.  I wish you all a pleased and risk-free holiday break season. Here’s to an astounding 2023!

Moving Past SAMR with the Rigor Relevance Framework

Shifting our Emphasis 

Your Ticket to Move Successful Lessons

Supporting and Rewarding Lecturers with Time

The At any time-Evolving Leadership Lens