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Sustaining Change in Schools

Sustaining Change in Schools—coaching for district office administrators and school board members

"Do as I say, not as I do," is an appropriate adage if you want to control what other people think. But entrepreneurs don’t thrive in a culture based on compliance. Sustaining Change in Schools describes a systemic process for transforming community attitudes about education in a digital world.

 

Math and the Middle School Dance—coaching for site administrators

“After ecstasy comes the laundry,” is a Chinese proverb that describes the day to day life of a principal. Principals are the people who get the job done after the district office administrators and consultants have left the building. Math and the Middle School Dance provides a framework for principals who want to create a culture of entrepreneurial thinking in their school.

Real Colors Homeowner's Guide

The Real Colors Homeowner’s Guide—coaching for practitioners

"As long as you’re living in my house, you’ll do as I say," captures the exasperation associated with raising children. It’s not easy to translate complex concepts gained from experience for young people whose life experiences are limited. The Homeowner’s Guide reminds teachers that learning is about helping kids build their house, not having them rearrange the teacher’s house.

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Real Parenting

Real Parenting—coaching for those who need to let go

"Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get." Ray Bradbury’s words provide the quintessential advice for parenting. Real Parenting suggests that adults are architects of the future, designing a life that belongs to the next generation. Their challenge lies in giving children a voice in its design.

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Real Relationships

Real Relationships—coaching for those who know they don’t know

"As long as you’re living in my house, you’ll do as I say," captures the exasperation associated with raising children. It’s not easy to translate complex concepts gained from experience for young people whose life experiences are limited. The Homeowner’s Guide reminds teachers that learning is about helping kids build their house, not having them rearrange the teacher’s house.

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