Entries by Tyrone Olverson

A Case of Being Curious: How Do You Know?


“It always annoyed me how in the old fashioned detective story, the detective always seemed to get at his results either by some sort of lucky chance or fluke or else it was quite . . . Read more

A Man, a Can, and a Plan


In a conversation with professor and author Robert Eaker around the topic of creating a learning organization, he stated, “Organizations must first address four critical questions. These . . . Read more

Driven by DIVAS (Data, Instruction, Varied Assessments, and Supports)


How do educators focus on improving student achievement when demographics and performance challenges seem insurmountable? The teachers at Licking Heights High School recently addressed this . . . Read more