Category Archives: PGP

Leadership Day 2: Empowering Student Leaders in Middle School

You can’t make the term “project management” sound fun. Or cool. Or like anything you want to think about ever. Every consenant sounds harsh and the concept sounds like something out of The Office. So with that said, I had … Continue reading

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Why are you here?

My classroom often looks like this. creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-SA ) flickr photo shared by ndbekah A mess. A disaster. Craft supplies everywhere. Boxes that contain things like cans of helium, a disco ball, and a witches hat. And … Continue reading

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A teacher learning from her student leaders

I am writing this as part of my Professional Growth Plan this year: Student Leadership.  I love being a middle school Student Council advisor. To other people, planning middle school dances, trying to run meetings with 12 year olds, and … Continue reading

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