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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January 25, 2017 by Julie Hasson

Seize the Day

There is one essential question that you need to ask each morning, “Am I going to seize the day or merely accept what comes?” Frankly, there are only two ways to approach the day ahead. One is to actively pursue your goals and dreams. The other is to passively receive whatever the day brings.




January 10, 2017 by Julie Hasson

Prospecting for Potential

One thing is certain when it comes to your students – what you look for, you will find. If you look for problems and deficits, you will find them. If you look for gifts and strengths, you will find them.




September 19, 2016 by Julie Hasson

Guest Blog by Laura Estes-Swilley

Guest Blogger, Laura Estes-Swilley, reflects on school culture from a teacher's perspective: A school’s culture is the intangible form of its community. It is the wafting aura that many schools are struggling to clean in today’s complex education system.