• Neal Sonnenberg

    Taking time to reflect is a common trait of those with a growth mindset. Neal Sonnenberg is one such…

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  • Lee Tighe

    For the Love of Learning “From the moment I saw my daughters’ faces light up when they ‘got it

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  • Erin Fisher

    Fishin’ On A Mission Life is busy. These are the words an old friend recently spoke to me. The day-in,…

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  • Joli Boucher

    Innovation with a Side of Enthusiasm? Yes, Please! “When there’s a problem that needs to be solved, there’s room…

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  • Adam Newell

    How would you describe student engagement? Do you look at your students and wonder if they truly understand? Creating…

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  • Jennifer Skowronek

    It’s all fun and games and that’s alright. This is the concept behind Jen Skowronek’s 7th grade Academics in…

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  • Jed Stefanowicz

    When we think of a coach, we often picture a person who drives us to be our very best….

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  • Tammi Miller

    Technology in education has changed since the first computers were placed into schools. No one knows this better than…

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  • Tracy Sockalosky

      The Power of Teaching Empathy What is a global citizen and why is it so important in our…

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  • Mike Looney

    The future workforce of our country has been a focal point for several years now, with corporate America stressing…

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  • Linda St. Laurent

        When we think of a motivated educator, we often wonder what inspires them and how they do all that…

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  • Vincent Hayward

    For the four years that Vincent Hayward has been the principal of Norton Middle School, he has been an agent of…

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