June 20, 2014 in Planning

One of the most powerful habits you can develop is planning for the next day before you leave. Making a list of tasks and visualizing how you would like the day to go allows you to prepare mentally for what is ahead. By looking at your coming day, you can ensure that there are no scheduling conflicts or preparations left undone.

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August 21, 2017 by Julie Hasson

Obligations or Opportunities

Isn’t it strange how two people can see the same situation in two completely different ways? It speaks to the power of thoughts over circumstances. We have, if we so choose, the power to find the treasure or the trouble in anything.




July 26, 2017 by Julie Hasson

Breaking Up with Data

For the last three months, I have watched the teachers and leaders I love (the ones I have witnessed making an undeniable impact on kids) feel defeated by VAM (Value-Added Model) scores and school grades. In supporting them, I have had the opportunity to reflect on my own love-hate relationship with data.




June 28, 2017 by Julie Hasson

The BIG E

I’ve talked to countless educators this summer about the work they are doing to prepare for a new school year. Without exception, they all mention these four E’s in some form: Essential content; engaging lessons; effective strategies; efficient procedures