Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Good and ecologically sound practice for helping to protect the environment. Reduce the amount of material that would untimately need disposal; learn to reuse items instead of just throwing them away; recycle materials–put them back into the production stream and keep them out of the waste stream. Good for the environment–good for blogging.

Time to recycle a post from June 2011. Titled “It’s So Obvious“, the post recounts a wonderful conference that I attended last year on teacher quality. Pays a lot of attention to teacher leadership. My last post jogged my memory. Check it out.

https://doesexperiencecount.wordpress.com/2011/06/05/its-so-obvious/

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