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Juan Calderon and Dwight Carter are now friends
Jul 23, 2011
Dayna Laur commented on Dwight Carter's blog post PBL in Action: From PE Video to Beautification Project
"What a great authentic project, Dwight! I sent you a friend request as I would like to further a conversation around this project. ---- Dayna"
Jun 30, 2011
Bill Burkhead commented on Dwight Carter's blog post PBL in Action: From PE Video to Beautification Project
"Dwight and Mrs. Kelley: this is a great example on the difference between good schools and great schools- getting everyone involved in School PRIDE! Love it-keep up the great work"
Jun 28, 2011
Dwight Carter posted a blog post

PBL in Action: From PE Video to Beautification Project

Back in September, five of my teachers from different content areas attended a two-day Project Based Learning workshop hosted by the Buck Institute. Then in October, I asked them to share what they learned with a group of about 35 of their colleagues. We spent an entire day discussing their experiences and they walked us through the PBL process.…See More
Jun 28, 2011
Dwight Carter is now friends with Philip Cummings and Scott Newcomb
Jun 12, 2011
Dwight Carter commented on Scot Graden's blog post Being the Messenger
"Scot, you offer very clear, and specifice advice that everyone should keep in mind. I agree that delivering bad news is a part of leadership and applying your advice makes it better for the messenger and those receiving the message. Thanks for…"
Apr 11, 2011
Dwight Carter is now friends with kevindengel and Scot Graden
Apr 11, 2011
Dwight Carter commented on Steve Bollar's blog post Decisions
"Steve, Excellent summary of the the five types of decisions. It's important for the leader to know which one to use and to share this information with the team. Thanks for sharing!   Be Great,Dwight"
Mar 31, 2011
Dwight Carter commented on Dwight Carter's blog post Are You an Outlier?
"Debbie, Thanks for commenting. You make some valid arguments about the need to develop the whole child. I appreciate your insight!"
Mar 31, 2011
Debbie Vaughan commented on Dwight Carter's blog post Are You an Outlier?
"I completely agree that students are more than test scores.  I have had students who have very high standardized test scores, yet fail my class. Conversely, students with low test scores have high grades. Our school has a fairly good report…"
Mar 16, 2011
Dwight Carter and Brad Barboza are now friends
Mar 16, 2011
Dwight Carter posted a blog post

Are You an Outlier?

Last year I read Outliers: the Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell and had the opportunity to share this book with administrators from my district during our summer retreat. An outlier can be defined as an individual who not only have exceptional talent, but is provided and…See More
Mar 16, 2011
Dwight Carter commented on Betsy Spence's blog post PLN Badge and Wordpress
"Besty,   I have a Wordpress question for you. My sidebar is falling off the page. I've tried a number of things to fix it, but not luck. Can you point me in the right direction, please? Thanks!   Be Great, Dwight"
Mar 5, 2011
Dwight Carter commented on Betsy Spence's blog post PLN Badge and Wordpress
"I just figured it out, but still struggling with it a little bit. Go to your dashboard and click on the "widget" tab. You can then click and drag the "text" widget to your sidebar. However, you'll have to copy the html of…"
Mar 5, 2011
Dwight Carter left a comment for Angie Adrean
"I've been working on it. I posted a couple of links."
Feb 28, 2011
Doug Parker commented on Dwight Carter's blog post "Apply directly to the Forehead!" My eTech Ohio Conference 2011 Reflections
"Dwight,This PLN was created with a service called NING.  NING is partnered with Pearson to provide its services to educators for free, though there are some restrictions i.e. membership limits of 150 and no Twitter integration. A district or…"
Feb 15, 2011

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PBL in Action: From PE Video to Beautification Project

Posted on June 28, 2011 at 3:45pm 2 Comments

Back in September, five of my teachers from different content areas attended a two-day Project Based Learning workshop hosted by the Buck Institute. Then in October, I asked them to share what they learned with a group of about 35 of their colleagues. We spent an entire day discussing their experiences and they walked us through the PBL process. …

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Are You an Outlier?

Posted on March 16, 2011 at 1:30pm 2 Comments

Last year I read Outliers: the Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell and had the opportunity to share this book with administrators from my district during our summer retreat. An outlier can be defined as an individual who not only have exceptional talent, but is provided and…

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"Apply directly to the Forehead!" My eTech Ohio Conference 2011 Reflections

Posted on February 7, 2011 at 9:11pm 3 Comments

I had the opportunity to attend the eTech Ohio Conference (#oetch11) on Monday, January 31, 2011. It’s a three day event, but with budget and time constraints, I was only able to attend one day. I am excited to attend each year, hoping to take away at least one new idea I can share with my staff. This year, I heard two presentations that were inspiring, encouraging, and practical. However, I will only reflect one the first one in this post.

The keynote presenter was Peter…

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My No Office Day Experience

Posted on February 6, 2011 at 1:52pm 1 Comment

Sometime in December, 2010 I read a blog post by David Truss (@, principal of a school in Dalian, China titled, “No Office Day.” The title piqued my interest, but what really got my attention was something he wrote. “If a principal stays in the office all day, he/she might as well stay at home.” OUCH! Two things… Continue

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