August 2013

I am so grateful to my college friend Melissa Lawrence for allowing me to guest post at her terrific parenting site, CloudMom.  Melissa is a mother of five who shares all that she has learned in her years as a parent:  from swaddling to breastfeeding to learning not to take it all so darn seriously. […]

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Today I had the privilege of posting at rewireme.com.  “Combating Stereotypes in the Classroom”  addresses the challenge teachers face in addressing what Claude Steele’s brilliant book, Whistling Vivaldi calls “stereotype threat.” Head on over to rewire me — and please let me know what you think in a comment:  either here or there!  

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Today I have the privilege of guest posting on Parents.com. Read the story of how we tried to escape the stresses of a too-full life here in Brooklyn… and found ourselves with a whole new set of challenges. The post also is related to an article in this month’s Parents Magazine, “A Principal (and Mom) […]

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The Summer of my Content

August 11, 2013

  This morning I stumbled across article that simply won’t get read enough, I am sure. It’s a New York Times article explaining a study of women’s job satisfaction when they are in positions of authority.  In explaining the gender gap in leadership, these social scientists looked at the perceived benefits (not even financial benefits) […]

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