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Change Management

Leading change is hard work. Getting teacher buy-in to new school initiatives or leading building-wide school reform requires strategic planning. Principals…
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Conflict is part of life. Shifting our approach to identify what underlying need is not being met can transform teacher-student interactions. This acronym has been a game-changer for me. In the video description, I link to posters you can hang in your school to support this shift. Change Management, Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Time Management, Teacher Leader, School Leader, School Reform, Teacher Burnout, Teacher Quotes Inspirational
An Acronym to Identify Underlying Needs
Conflict is part of life. Shifting our approach to identify what underlying need is not being met can transform teacher-student interactions. This acronym has been a game-changer for me. In the video description, I link to posters you can hang in your school to support this shift.
In this FREE Masterclass, learn from Dr. Megan Sweet how taking care of yourself is the most effective way to support your students' success! Time Saving, Saving Tips, Independent Work Time, Free Teacher Resources, Time Lessons, Differentiated Learning, Instructional Resources
FREE Masterclass: Supporting and Encouraging Educator Self Care
In this FREE Masterclass, learn from Dr. Megan Sweet how taking care of yourself is the most effective way to support your students' success!
In this podcast, listen to what Dr. Megan Sweet, a single mom who's been in education for more than 25 years as a teacher, school administrator, and school district leader, has to say about how a lack of healthy boundaries and an unhealthy focus on work affects educators and their students. Change Is Hard, Student Choice
Be Unapologetic About Leaving Work at Work
In this podcast, listen to what Dr. Megan Sweet, a single mom who's been in education for more than 25 years as a teacher, school administrator, and school district leader, has to say about how a lack of healthy boundaries and an unhealthy focus on work affects educators and their students.
In this podcast, listen to what Dr. Megan Sweet, a single mom who's been in education for more than 25 years as a teacher, school administrator, and school district leader, has to say about how a lack of healthy boundaries and an unhealthy focus on work affects educators and their students. Working Overtime
How Working Overtime is Negatively Affecting Students
In this podcast, listen to what Dr. Megan Sweet, a single mom who's been in education for more than 25 years as a teacher, school administrator, and school district leader, has to say about how a lack of healthy boundaries and an unhealthy focus on work affects educators and their students.
Isn’t it a bit odd that traditionally in school, children and young adults are thought of only in relation to their performance or their productivity? In this interview with Dr. Lorea Martinez, find out how SEL gets teachers, admin, and leaders to practice seeing students as well as themselves as a whole human with needs! Project Based Learning, Student Learning, Teachers College Columbia University, Curriculum Design, Struggling Students, Esl Teachers
How SEL Considered the Whole Human
Isn’t it a bit odd that traditionally in school, children and young adults are thought of only in relation to their performance or their productivity? In this interview with Dr. Lorea Martinez, find out how SEL gets teachers, admin, and leaders to practice seeing students as well as themselves as a whole human with needs!
Find out how a mentorship, especially through a mastermind, is beneficial to you as a teacher! School Fun, Gender Equity
The Mastermind: Coaching Leaders with Daniel Bauer
Find out how a mentorship, especially through a mastermind, is beneficial to you as a teacher!
In this podcast, listen to what Dr. Megan Sweet, a single mom who's been in education for more than 25 years as a teacher, school administrator, and school district leader, has to say about how a lack of healthy boundaries and an unhealthy focus on work affects educators and their students. Leaving Work
The Importance of Self Care for an Educator
In this podcast, listen to what Dr. Megan Sweet, a single mom who's been in education for more than 25 years as a teacher, school administrator, and school district leader, has to say about how a lack of healthy boundaries and an unhealthy focus on work affects educators and their students.
Daniel Bauer’s freedom dream is one where everyone gets a free, high-quality experience in education. Find out what actual actions we can take to get more diversity and more equity in the classroom in this blog! Professional Growth, Professional Development
Why a Mastermind Will Change Your Life
Daniel Bauer’s freedom dream is one where everyone gets a free, high-quality experience in education. Find out what actual actions we can take to get more diversity and more equity in the classroom in this blog!
Isn’t it a bit odd that traditionally in school, children and young adults are thought of only in relation to their performance or their productivity? In this interview with Dr. Lorea Martinez, find out how SEL gets teachers, admin, and leaders to practice seeing students as well as themselves as a whole human with needs! Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons
SEL is Not the Destination; It’s the Vehicle with Dr. Lorea Martinez
Isn’t it a bit odd that traditionally in school, children and young adults are thought of only in relation to their performance or their productivity? In this interview with Dr. Lorea Martinez, find out how SEL gets teachers, admin, and leaders to practice seeing students as well as themselves as a whole human with needs!
​We all tend to use a different “filter” when speaking to kids versus adults. Many people want to keep children protected from having to deal with the kind of fear, worry, and loss of innocence that they deal with. Find out in this podcast and blog just how much information is okay to share! Career Readiness
Do You Tell Your Kids the Whole Truth?
​We all tend to use a different “filter” when speaking to kids versus adults. Many people want to keep children protected from having to deal with the kind of fear, worry, and loss of innocence that they deal with. Find out in this podcast and blog just how much information is okay to share!
Learn how preservice and in-service teacher training can support good teaching practices and implement SEL in schools and more here for free!
FREE Resources: Preparing Teachers for SEL
Learn how preservice and in-service teacher training can support good teaching practices and implement SEL in schools and more here for free!
Isn’t it a bit odd that traditionally in school, children and young adults are thought of only in relation to their performance or their productivity? In this interview with Dr. Lorea Martinez, find out how SEL gets teachers, admin, and leaders to practice seeing students as well as themselves as a whole human with needs! Performance Tasks
SEL: Connecting With Students Through Neuroscience
Isn’t it a bit odd that traditionally in school, children and young adults are thought of only in relation to their performance or their productivity? In this interview with Dr. Lorea Martinez, find out how SEL gets teachers, admin, and leaders to practice seeing students as well as themselves as a whole human with needs!
Listen to Lindsay Lyons as she interviews her own former students, Eliel Tugutu and Rachel Koudougnon, about how hearing and incorporating student voices when creating a curriculum can improve their education and real world skills with a more personalized learning experience! Student Leadership, Student Voice, Student Government, Fun Learning, Formative Assessment Strategies, Instructional Strategies, After School Program
Is Partnering with Students Radical or Effective?
Listen to Lindsay Lyons as she interviews her own former students, Eliel Tugutu and Rachel Koudougnon, about how hearing and incorporating student voices when creating a curriculum can improve their education and real world skills with a more personalized learning experience!
The first step school leaders should take is really getting to know their students by listening more. Let students take the stage and see how much you can learn from them. From there, work with students to increase equity and introduce new policies that bring a wonderful educational experience to all. Use this FREE survey to help! School Staff, School Programs
Listen to Your Students
The first step school leaders should take is really getting to know their students by listening more. Let students take the stage and see how much you can learn from them. From there, work with students to increase equity and introduce new policies that bring a wonderful educational experience to all. Use this FREE survey to help!
​We all tend to use a different “filter” when speaking to kids versus adults. Many people want to keep children protected from having to deal with the kind of fear, worry, and loss of innocence that they deal with. Find out in this podcast and blog just how much information is okay to share!
How We Can Help Students Navigate Difficult Topics
​We all tend to use a different “filter” when speaking to kids versus adults. Many people want to keep children protected from having to deal with the kind of fear, worry, and loss of innocence that they deal with. Find out in this podcast and blog just how much information is okay to share!