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Michael Martin, Ed. D.
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An engergetic and passionate educator bent on reforming public education through creating innovative, dynamic, engaging and rigorous learning experiences for all students. Keeping in mind the core focus of good instruction is founded in a strong focus on What We Teach, How We Teach and Authentic Literacy.
An engergetic and passionate educator bent on reforming public education through creating innovative, dynamic, engaging and rigorous learning experiences for all students. Keeping in mind the core focus of good instruction is founded in a strong focus on What We Teach, How We Teach and Authentic Literacy.

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Georgetown, a well known bastion of liberal ideology, has recently published a research article that, may in fact, support a popular conservative policy.  Further, adding more shock power, a policy that is strongly supported by President Donald Trump. …
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So, after Thanksgiving our Elf on the Shelf, Elfie, returned to our house for the Christmas season.  This year we brought into our house an addendum for Elfie.  The Letters to Santa, a new and improved way to mail letters to Santa – since the post office…
Lessons from Santa
Lessons from Santa
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A number of years ago, after much reading and deep thought, I concluded (with the help of Dan Pink) that all job actions fall into two separate categories: Algorithmic Tasks and Heuristic Tasks.  These two polar task orientations are organically embedded…
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In an earlier post I discussed the difficulty of change in any organization.  Also, in that post I tell a story of a pastor and a piano.  The moral of the story is that all change needs to be collaborative and slow.  Something that I refer to as ruthless…
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