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Peer Mentoring Basics

By Mariam G. MacGregor, M.S., author of the Everyday Leadership series Many schools and youth organizations use peer mentoring. It is an amazing way to empower students on both sides—the person getting help and the person helping. No matter one’s … Continue reading

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Assembling a Personal Board of Advisors

By Mariam G. MacGregor, author of the Everyday Leadership series.  When most people hear the phrase “board of advisors,” they probably think of school boards, a board of trustees, or a corporation’s board of advisors. Boards provide a vehicle for … Continue reading

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13 Tips to Avoid Teacher Burnout

Let’s face it: Teacher burnout happens. Stay focused, fresh, and energized with these tips and strategies: Recognize the accomplishments and successes of other teachers. If you’re feeling unappreciated, they probably are, too. And remember: What goes around, comes around. Let … Continue reading

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Dear Me: Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Counseling

By Barbara Gruener Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a writer. I’ve got diaries and pen pal exchange letters that date back … Continue reading

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The Importance of Mentors for Educators

By Susan Stone Kessler, Ed.D., April M. Snodgrass, M.Ed., and Andrew T. Davis, Ed.D., authors of the forthcoming The Principal’s Survival Guide Are you a new principal? A new teacher? Or do you work with people who are new to … Continue reading

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