Frank Buck served as a teacher, principal and central office administrator during a career in education spanning almost 30 years. He realized early that getting organized and managing time well makes life easier. Dr. Buck adopted and perfected tools which have been with him throughout his career, and for over 15 years has shared those ideas in workshops designed for those in education. His blend of content and humor has made him a favorite with audiences throughout the United States and Canada.
Dr. Buck’s books, Get Organized! Time Management for School Leaders and Organization Made Easy! Tools for Today’s Teachers capture those ideas in an easy-to-read, “nuts-and-blots” approach to time management and organization. Whether one’s preference is to organize with paper or with a digital system, Dr. Buck’s approach makes getting organized easy.
Presentations at national conferences include the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Association of Elementary School Principals, Association of Middle Level Education, and Learning Forward. He is a repeat speakers for the McGill University (Montreal) “Distinguished Educator Seminar Series.”
In addition to the books, Dr. Buck’s articles have appeared nationally in Principal magazine, and he writes a weekly column for the local newspaper. His podcasts with “School Leadership Briefing” have reached thousands. His webinars offered through the Illinois-based Ed Leaders Network have helped school leaders gain more control over their days.
Dr. Buck has been named to Who’s Who in American Education, Outstanding Young Men of America, and has numerous honors in the field of music education, including the National Band Association Citation of Excellence. As a principal, he was honored state wide through the Alfa “Teacher of the Month” program. As a central office administrator, he is a recipient of the “Chiquita Marbury Award for Technology Innovation.” As a speaker, the University of Montevallo College of Education named him an “Outstanding Alumnus” for his work in professional development.
Twitter: @Frank Buck