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Rush to Judgment

Posted by cynthia richetti on February 7, 2017 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Is faster always better?   Clearly not when it comes to making tough decisions. Certainly there are times (e.g. emergency situations) when there is a need for speed. But too often people act assume a quick decision is always desirable.   In fact, a growing body of research tends to show that…

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Why its Important to Ask "What could go wrong?" in Planning Meetings

Posted by Sandra Wozniak on January 6, 2017 at 12:03pm 0 Comments

This is a guest blog written by Jenna Bacolor,  Executive Director of Community Services and School Wellness, a department of the Ann Arbor Public Schools. She has 20 years of experience in program development, implementation and…

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How will ESSA change the face of your PD?

Posted by Sandra Wozniak on December 7, 2016 at 10:33am 0 Comments

The Every Child Succeeds act is shifting control of funding for professional development from the Federal government to the state and district level.

Typical PD is about to change…

In many districts, typical teacher and educational leader professional development (PD)has been short term,…

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2016 BBT Awards for Strategic Excellence in Education

Posted by cynthia richetti on October 5, 2016 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

 “Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.” – Vincent Van Gogh

The Benjamin B. Tregoe Awards for Strategic Excellence in Education honors TregoED districts who achieve excellent results through the collaborative use of TregoED…

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Rush to Judgment

Is faster always better?   Clearly not when it comes to making tough decisions. Certainly there are times (e.g. emergency situations) when there is a need for speed. But too often people act assume a quick decision is always desirable.   In fact, a growing body of research tends to show that the opposite is…See More
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Why its Important to Ask "What could go wrong?" in Planning Meetings

This is a guest blog written by Jenna Bacolor,  Executive Director of Community Services and School Wellness, a department of the Ann Arbor Public Schools. She has 20 years of experience in program development, implementation and evaluation; grant writing and management; supervision and budget management.Planning a new…See More
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How will ESSA change the face of your PD?

The Every Child Succeeds act is shifting control of funding for professional development from the Federal government to the state and district level.Typical PD is about to change…In many districts, typical teacher and educational leader professional development (PD)has been short term, “sit and get” workshops or conference…See More
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Trudy Taylor is now a member of TregoED
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2016 BBT Awards for Strategic Excellence in Education

 “Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.” – Vincent Van GoghThe Benjamin B. Tregoe Awards for Strategic Excellence in Education honors TregoED districts who achieve excellent results through the collaborative use of TregoED processes.Changing the way things are done and…See More
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Closing the Achievement Gap: Look before you leap!

I was recently talking to a principal from a school that was considered a “Focus” school.   They were not on the list because the overall school was performing badly.  They were on the list because they were a Title I school that has a large within-school gap between the highest-achieving subgroup or subgroups and the…See More
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3 Tips to Implement Change like a Well-Oiled Machine

Certainly, anyone in education can identify with Heraclitus’s quote; change is the one constant that we all face – and yet it is the one thing that many fear. Change, when just foisted upon us, can cause a torrent of other problems….sort of like when you change one thing on your computer and the next thing you know your printer…See More
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Do you ask the hard questions?

Started by Sandra Wozniak May 20, 2013. 0 Replies

When it comes to decision making, asking questions is key.  But sometimes those questions are perceived as negative.  How do you ask the hard questions?  Check out our blog,…Continue

Tags: questions., unasked, questions, decision-making

Can professional development increase teacher satisfaction?

Started by Sandra Wozniak. Last reply by Sandra Wozniak Mar 26, 2013. 8 Replies

According to an article posted at Learning Forward, "teacher satisfaction is at its lowest point in more…Continue

Tags: capacity, achievement, teacher, leadership

Working with the inflexibility of Special Ed

Started by Sandra Wozniak Aug 21, 2012. 0 Replies

Wanted to share this article:  …Continue

Tags: regulations, flexibility, making, decision, education

TregoED Strategies as PR Tools

Started by Carol Weiss Rubel. Last reply by Sandra Wozniak Mar 14, 2012. 1 Reply

After reading lots of ink about a possible strike in a Pennsylvania school --as well as some rather vitriolic push back about the hiring of a new Superintendent in South Florida, I am wondering…Continue

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