These posts are articles and blogs Jennifer has written for professional journals and for her newsletter, Voice Lessons.
February 13, 2018
I had the fantastic opportunity to meet David Weston of the Teacher Development Trust (TDT) this past month. David is the executive director of TDT […]
February 1, 2018
Just returned from the Future of Educational Technology Conference in Orlando. Tech coaches, directors of technology, assistant superintendents of curriculum and instruction, superintendents, media specialists, […]
January 25, 2018
Wondering what defines a “good” question? Here’s the inside scoop.
“How was your winter holiday?” “What are your resolutions for 2018?” “How are you today?”
Lots of […]
January 10, 2018
“If you ever find yourself in the wrong story, leave.” -Mo Willems
On Facebook these past few weeks, there has been a posting going around that […]
January 2, 2018
At the end of December as schools closed and holiday parties concluded, I found myself with a few days of at-home quiet time. I noticed […]
December 19, 2017
Influence – the ability to make an impact, to make a difference. Through words and action, influence helps to move our schools and profession forward. […]
December 5, 2017
How building up our listening ability can assist us in achieving at high levels in our schools.
“When you listen to someone, it’s the most profound […]
December 1, 2017
Being more allocentric or at least trying to be more allocentric has been a big focus of my personal and professional work this past year. […]
Hey Educators: Are You Trustworthy? Here are 4 Vital Signs for Identifying and Assessing Trust in Schools
November 20, 2017
Trust is unwieldy, vague, and fuzzy. It’s complex, huge, and complicated. And, by the way, it is essential to our schools.
Trust is a big word. […]
November 15, 2017
While at the Women in Education Institute sponsored by Corwin Press, I did a keynote about “playing in the deep end” and what it takes: […]