P.S…I’m Moving!

Hi there!

Since about 2001 I’ve been listening closely to the voices of educators on student thinking. Recently, I decided to take action, and I’d like to ask you to join me.

Can you add your voice to mine on the importance of improving student thinking?

You are one of the first that I’ve asked to take action with me through my new site


Two ways to take action:

Just watch to the short video and decide if you want to hear more. If you do, then simply watch the continuation video that will arrive in your inbox after you submit your name and email. THEN after watching the continuation video also, add your voice to the comment section below it.


Go to my Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/sbphd ) to add your voice to the poster on student thinking. You’ll get the poster AFTER requesting the “Powerful Breakdown” on my new site as well.

I recently learned that only 6% of students graduate adequately equipped with critical thinking skills. We’ve got to do something about that—and our unified voices can make a difference!

I’d like to hear what you have to say. So just go to my site for either the video or the poster (or both!) then let’s start to have a conversation below the continuation video or on my Facebook page. I’ll personally reply to as many comments as I can and I’ll create more ways for us to take action based on our conversations.


Thanks. I appreciate you…and your voice! 🙂

Dr. B.

P.S. The blog has moved! Starting Monday March 3, 2014 I’ll start blogging again for the year from my new blog location. To continue getting the great resources, ideas and PD you’ve become accustomed to, go subscribe now http://sheronbrownphd.com/blog.

I can’t wait to see you there!



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