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Summer Reading Should Foster a Love of Reading, Not Mandate Minutes

#BFC530 is much more than a spark chat on Twitter. It is a community of educators who gather together each morning to share ideas, and, more importantly, to share their enthusiasm for education. 976 more words


I have been blessed with a wonderful PLN who challenge me and push me every single day.  If you don’t know what a PLN is, it stands for a Personal / Professional Learning Network.   494 more words


RLS Readers are Leaders!

When I was growing up, I vividly remember loving to escape into a good book. I would read everywhere – in the car, in the yard, in our treehouse, on my favorite chair, in my room and I especially loved reading with a flashlight after ‘lights out’ under the covers at summer camp! 269 more words

Meeting the Needs of All Learners

During the 2014-2015 the Quabbin Regional School District implemented a reinforcement/extension block during the school day. The WINN block, which stands for What I Need Now, is a 30 minute, daily block during which all students K-6 are working in small groups based on individual needs. 222 more words


A Seat at the Table

A Seat at the Table

A collaborative post, written by Lisa Meade and Vicki Day

We are two passionate principals leading learning in two fabulous schools. 880 more words


Educators as Lead Learners

I have discussed educators as model learners before:

The educator’s role has or should change in this age of information abundance or Education 2.0-3.0. The educator’s role has always been to model and demonstrate effective learning, but somewhere along the line, the major role of the educator became that of content and knowledge disseminator.

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Who is the Lead Learner?

Principal Mark Rinaldi-Ross and I have engaged with our staff during the instructional rounds process this season. Seen here Mark is on the floor observing. He is an amazing leader. 374 more words