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Four Lessons From Literature to Inspire Teachers

By Chuck Poole

There are so many lessons to be learned through literature.  Little hidden gems of wisdom can be found in so many of the stories we love and cherish. Sometimes when we read, however, these little nuggets of knowledge can pass us by without warning.  If we take the time to slow down and take in…

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3 Things Great Teachers Learn Over Time

By Chuck Poole

Teaching is an adventure. But you have to pay attention along the way if you want to truly understand the power in the journey. As teachers, you strive to make an impact in the lives of those you teach every day. Sometimes, however,  it is important to step back and look at the path you…

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Destroy the Evidence and Define Your Leadership

By Chuck Poole

Ever wonder why some leaders appear to have it all together while others just seem lost? I think it comes down to being self-aware, and destroying the ‘evidence’ that we so often look to as truth. Sometimes, as a leader, you can feel like you are running a marathon uphill.  You doubt your vision, question your…

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3 Things Great Teachers Do Differently

By Chuck Poole

Every building has them.  The superstar teachers that students love and respect.  The ones that think outside the box on a daily basis and make learning fun for everyone. Great teachers, however, don’t just walk through the door and make magic happen. They are the ones who are willing to do the little things necessary…

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A Lesson in Leadership From Harry Potter

By Chuck Poole

When I think about leadership I think of two simple words, ‘inner circle.’  Those who we surround ourselves with will often determine the path we take as leaders. Throughout history we have learned lessons from stories that touch our hearts. Rarely, however, do the heroes in our stories succeed without guidance and help from other characters.…

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Don't Be The Leader Who's Stuck On First Base

By Chuck Poole

Baseball is a great game. It requires skill, patience, and teamwork in order to succeed, and the beauty is that hard work binds all three together.    The concept of baseball is quite simple, cross home plate more times than your opponent and you win. The difficulty lies in advancing past the other three bases…

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It's Time To Teach On Purpose

By Chuck Poole

Life is a great teacher. In order to fully take advantage of life’s lessons, we need to pay close attention.  We must be very purposeful in how we live our lives so that we can reap the benefits we long to achieve. No matter what you may try to accomplish in life, it is near…

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We Can Learn Plenty From Pencil and Paper

By Chuck Poole

There is just something special about writing on paper with a pencil that transcends the test of time.  The beauty that comes from the simplicity of it is amazing. I have found that a pencil not only represents genius, but it also truly paints a picture of the complexity of leadership. Some of us are…

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3 Key Principles Strong Leaders Follow

By Chuck Poole

Great results don’t just happen overnight. Whether you teach twenty-five students in a classroom, or if you are in charge of hundreds of people on a team, there has to be preparation and mentorship along the way in order to be the best you can be.  Great leaders are developed in much the same way.…

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What is "Google Chrome" and Why Teachers Should Use It

By Chuck Poole

If you’re a teacher and you haven’t been introduced to technology in the classroom, you will be very soon.  Whether it is a device that students bring from home, a school purchased device, or even a computer lab that is to be used often, technology is entering our classrooms quickly.  Many questions arise around this…

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