Articles

Know Your Identity

April 13, 2022

Read Jennifer's latest as a featured columnist for TIE (The International Educator), where she writes about the importance of knowing yourself.

Coaches Help Us Become Better Selves and Better Educators

April 11, 2022

Read Jennifer's article for Learning Forward -- why coaching is invaluable for educators.

Creating Communication Plans That Stick

February 28, 2022

As a contributing writer for the ASCD Jennifer writes about key questions school leaders should ask themselves when rolling out a new school or district initiative.

You’ve Reached Your Limit. Here’s How You Can Stretch It

February 4, 2022

Read Jennifer's article in JSD's The Learning Professional. The article entitled You've Reached Your Limit. Here's How You Can Stretch It discusses growth and change.

There Is an “I” In Team – Being a Better Team Player

February 2, 2022

Read Jennifer's latest as a featured columnist for TIE (The International Educator), where she writes about collaboration and reciprocity.

Find Your Growth Opportunities

October 20, 2021

Read Jennifer's article in JSD's The Learning Professional. In the article Jennifer shares a self-reflection tool entitled Find Your Growth Opportunities.

Voice Lessons: Having Hard Conversations in a Multigenerational Workplace

February 13, 2020

Read Jennifer's interview with The Register, Ontario public school's magazine for Principals and Vice Principals.

Principals, Here’s How to Have Hard Conversations with Younger Teachers

September 25, 2017

Read Jennifer's guest blog column for Learning Forward on how principals can have hard conversations with younger teachers.

Does Your Professional Learning Experience Have A ‘Strong Door’?

August 22, 2017

Read Jennifer's guest blog column for Learning Forward on how to have a "strong door" in your professional learning experience.

Teachers, Here’s How to Have Hard Conversations with Your Veteran Administrator

August 15, 2017

Read Jennifer's guest blog column for Learning Forward on how teachers can communicate better with veteran leadership.