The Principal's Principles

A Middle School Principal, striving to make the world a better place, one day at a time.

Around the Web

My work on Twitter and The Principal’s Principles have been features in some other places around the web. Among the sites where I have appeared:

– I was a guest on Justin Baeder’s podcast, Eduleadership Radio to offer my perspective on Mike Schmoker’s book, Focus. You can listen to the interview here.

– I was lucky enough to chat with Robert Marzano. A storify summary of the event can be found here.

– The Center for Teaching Quality, an organization focused on Teacher Leadership, allowed me to post a guest blog.

– The Galileo Institute for Teacher Leadership has allowed me to write 2 cover stories here and here.

– My friend and “partner” Derek McCoy filmed an interview with me about the power of social media.

– Tanya Roscorla included me in a profile of technology goals for the school year.

– Patrick Larkin, a leader in the implementation of technology in schools, quoted me in an article he wrote for the NASSP.

– I was mentioned in the Michigan edition of the Learning Forward Newsletter.

– My friend Justin Tarte’s school has a blog for their staff. I was honored one of my posts was featured.

– In a website dedicated to the book Surpassing Shanghai, some of my work was mentioned.

– M. Kee, on his blog Kee2Education, included me on his list of top ten posts of 2011.

– Project PLN included one of my posts in their September 2011 issue. You can see it here.

– The Oakland Township Patch wrote a piece about me that you can find here.

– The Guerrilla Teachers posted some thoughts and a link to one of my posts.

– One of my posts led to, and was mentioned by Sam Rangel on his blog School Administrator Mastery.

– I facilitate some chats on twitter. If you’re interested in some transcripts, you can find them here.


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