How Do You Differentiate Up?

Todd StanleyBlog, Differentiate Better, Engage Better, Lesson Plan Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: When you differentiate, what are you doing for students who need more of a challenge? You must differentiate up as well. When we hear the term differentiate, we often think this means differentiating to support kids who are struggling. It might mean taking a complex task and chunking it into more easy-to-digest pieces. It could be scaffolding a lesson … Read More

Episode 35: Making a Ruckus with Daniel Bauer

Darrin PeppardLeaning Into Leadership

Leaders can be reluctant to take a risk. Daniel Bauer pushes leaders outside their comfort zones and challenges them to say, “we can do this hard thing if…” Tune in to hear Danny’s thoughts on school leader PD, working in isolation, and being authentic from your leadership role. That, plus your #PepTalk and more on this week’s show. MORE EPISODES

Teacher Authenticity: Be You, Not Them

Justin ComegysBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Lesson Plan Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: Be authentic in the classroom. Make connections with children through purposeful activities such as games. Develop classroom norms together and review them often. Take time daily to self-reflect and make a plan for the next day. Justin joined Rae on the Daily Drop In to chat about teacher authenticity. Click here to watch! Be Authentic We often hear about … Read More

Be You

Jason LimBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better

TL;DR: Listening to Hamish Brewer or Monica Genta at a conference is inspirational. Be authentic in your relationships with others, especially students, because they will be able to tell when you are not. Demonstrate to students that you care. Recently, I attended a conference where I had the opportunity to observe two amazing presenters, Hamish Brewer and Monica Genta.  Let … Read More

Leveraging Self with Charlyn Stanberry

Deb SoholtBlog, Influential She Podcast

This episode features the High Leverage Practice of Self with Charlyn Stanberry.  Raised by four generations of influential women, at an early age Char developed confidence in truly being her authentic self.  And yet, as she shares, being true to yourself is not always an easy path when “many times it means going against the grain and making unpopular decisions.”  … Read More