Monthly Archives: March 2016

3 Tools for Promoting Responsible Student Behavior

Do you ever wish there was more that you could do to help your students behave responsibly? I have been researching this topic for a little over two years and have found some useful tools. I have read books such as Explicit Instruction by Anita Archer, The First Days of School by Harry Wong, […]

Three Things We Can Learn From T-Ball

By |March 7th, 2016|The Journey|2 Comments

Several years ago I had the opportunity to coach my son’s T-ball team. It was awesome. I remember one game in particular. We had just taken the field, and my son Hudson settled in at second base. It was the first inning of the game, and the first batter hit a shot to Hudson. […]