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10 Tips for Better Speaking Engagements

Learning to speak well, engage your audience and stay relevant is an on-going process. Based on lots of lessons and some good coaching, we’ve compiled 10 tips to be an all-star public speaker in every type of engagement.

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8 Tips to Stop Micromanaging & Start Leading

Learning to manage well, and never micromanage will improve your team members’ job satisfaction, performance and attitude. The post features 8 tips to ensure successful management not micromanagement.

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The Path Forward: Broader Aims, Better Measures, Supported Educators

Over the last 90 days we’ve considered many of the big issues facing US K-12 in these 30 posts.

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Helping Students Cope With The Trauma Associated With Poverty

Living in poverty often produces trauma with biological and psychological consequences for children. Student-centered learning and sustained relationships can counter many of the negative effects of poverty.

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Agreement Crafting: 10 Lessons on The Politics of Schooling

Tom reviews 10 lessons in school and district leadership focused on the role of facilitating agreements.

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The nonprofit MIND Research Institute is dedicated to solving math education in America. Its uniquely visually-based ST Math instructional software program is helping children across the country dramatically improve their math proficiency and become life-long learners for today’s innovation-driven workplace.

Leadership

The Transformational Leader

By: Carmen Coleman. In this blog for our Preparing Leaders for Deeper Learning series, Carmen writes about the need for education transformation, and what skills leaders need to help better meet the needs of 21st century learners.

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The Primacy of Relationships

Powerful tools can help us know our students better; they can help teachers connect them with powerful experiences. But it's leaders that create the context--from classroom to city--for life-shaping relationships.

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