Every teacher is a leader.
"In the workplace, for example, employees will spend roughly half their waking hours working and living in the environment you create as the leader. I was amazed when I was in the working world at how nonchalantly and even flippantly people responded to that responsibility. There is a lot at stake and people are counting on you."
-'The Servant' by Hunter
"Everything in your classroom, whether good or bad, happens because you allow it.". -Lynne Jackson
North Texas power grid emergency
"The state's electricity grid will be overwhelmed as people try to keep their homes heated."
Modeling reading actual books, not just my phone, for my 5 year old twins... So, I picked up "The Servant" by James C. Hunter.
It's been great so far and I'm hoping this can help my leadership with my students and peers. 👍👍
"The ideas I stand for are not my own. I borrowed them from Socrates, I swiped them from Chesterfield, I stole them from Jesus. And if you don't like their ideas, whose ideas would you rather use?"
Look at all of them! Too many to count!
I live in North Texas and we're predicted to have record setting low temperatures this weekend on into early next week. I'm feeling a bit concerned that I'm seeing more red breasted robins than I can ever remember seeing before. My theory is there staying ahead of the front and behind the front is too cold, even for them. 😳🥶😳🥶 Stay safe and WARM everyone.
Yeah.... I'm a geek, but that's ok. I love this series!
"The Bobiverse" by Dennis E. Taylor
Would love to hear your take on this on the podcast, of just in an email:
I am a music educator from Texas, USA.
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