Blogs on Teacher Leadership

Teacher Leadership


Get support and guidance from change makers who are organizing and implementing real improvements to our educational system.

Jim MoultonApril 19, 2007

As a classroom teacher, I spent lots of time supporting special-needs students. I modified lessons, provided extra support, attended meetings, and otherwise did all I could to support those children, as I did every child, in thinking, learning, and becoming better prepared for that day and for their future.

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Ken MessersmithApril 10, 2007

I teach an online graduate class titled Technology Tools for Teachers. Most of the class members are practicing educators with several years of experience teaching in rural areas.

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Jim MoultonMarch 14, 2007

A couple of recent incidents have reminded me about how important it is to not take knowledge, things, or people for granted.

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Jim MoultonMarch 12, 2007

I am working in New Hampshire this week, and I have been staying in Concord, the state capital, for the last couple days. Today is an off day, so I was heading out to find a barbershop (please see attached image for evidence of need) around 10:30 A.M. or so when I passed by the local Segway dealership.

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Ken MessersmithMarch 7, 2007

We are speeding toward the day when students will bring an electronic learning device with them to school. The MIT $100 laptops are about to ship

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Diane Demee-BenoitMarch 5, 2007

(Moderator's Note: You may want to read Answering the Call, Part One before reading this post.)

I arrived in Nashville for the Climate Project training on New Year's Day -- what a way to start off the New Year -- making a commitment towards stewardship of our planet and to all the living things that call it home.

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Jim MoultonFebruary 28, 2007

Driving to the airport at about 3:45 A.M., I was struck by the emptiness of Maine's southbound U.S. Route 295. In fact, there were several times when I could see no other vehicles

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Diane Demee-BenoitFebruary 13, 2007

Finally, the message about global warming has come into the mainstream! The world's preeminent scientists and scientific societies are in agreement -- global warming is happening, and we can no longer ignore the signs.

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Jim MoultonFebruary 12, 2007

No question about it -- Maine is a wonderful place to live.

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Chris O'NealFebruary 5, 2007

Life is busy. Teachers are busy. Parents are busy. So, how do we work together to synchronize each within the school setting?

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