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Published: 2010-01-29T21:30:46-05:00


14 Ways Evernote Can Help Principals Manage Schools


As a school administrator, I help manage over 100 employees in my school. We have roughly 750 students, well over 1,000 parents, an active PTA, many committees and a multitude of data that must be tracked and, even more importantly,...

Town Experiments With Thank You Notes


News & Observer | A ‘Thank You’ Instead of a Parking Fine: Chapel Hill Takes a New Approach After the last few posts dealing with saying, “Thank You!”, it was with interest that I noted that the town of Chapel...

How To Write A Thank You Note


Over the last few weeks of the academic year, I began writing a note of thanks to someone in my school. In a school of over 100 adults, it was easy to spot something each day that deserved a “Thank...

The Importance of Saying “Thank You”


Four years ago, I posted about the importance of saying “Thank You” to staff members who go above and beyond our normal expectations. It’s now three year’s later. Our economy has tanked. In just six months, my profession has gone...

Seek and Act on Research-Based Ideas


I'm a big fan of data and analytics. Using data to make day-to-day decisions gives me sound footing supporting what I do. Harry Wong, the noted educator, has said that what you do is not important, that knowing why you...

Increase Receptiveness of Ideas by Using a Listener's Right Ear


Wired Science presents an article on research by psychologists Daniele Marzoli and Luca Tommasi of the University G. d’Annunzio in Italy. In this study, done in dance clubs in Italy (Who says research can't be fun?), 172 subjects were approached...