Category: Self-Reflection

Where’s Your Mountain? Where’s Your River?

September 15, 2015

By the time you read this I will have started my month-long stint on the road to New Zealand, Shanghai and Mumbai. I am […]

Input Not Imprint

July 1, 2015

I sent my editor the first draft of my next book, which is tentatively titled, Having Hard Conversations 2.0: Extending the Learning. It is a […]

Transitions

June 1, 2015

My nephew graduated from pre-school this past week. Video from his father came via my cell phone. He was great at the choreography […]

Deep Cleaning

May 1, 2015

I have been in the same time zone for a few weeks now. It’s been great. For some educational consultants, travel slows down this […]

Through Thick and Thin

April 1, 2015

Eddie Redmayne and Emma Stone were interviewed in The New York Times and over lunch they discussed life, the world, and the universe. […]

Show Some Cleavage

March 1, 2015

I spent some time s this past month with a few of my newsletter readers. My essential question for 2015, which I shared in […]

What’s Your Essential Question for 2015?

February 1, 2015

Yesterday I sent out a post on Facebook. It was about the Golden Globe-winning Amazon show, Transparent. I said, "I am so inspired […]

Getting Unstuck: Using an Outcome Map for Effective Problem Solving

October 1, 2003

This post was originally written by Jennifer and published in the Utah Special Educator.
You know when something is wrong. You feel it. Your student isn’t […]

A New Way of Thinking: Beginning Teacher Coaching Through Garmston’s and Costa’s States of Mind

September 1, 2001

This post was originally written by Jennifer and published in the English Leadership Quarterly.
A couple of months ago I was having a difficult time seeing […]