What if, instead of crowding together in a room to learn the latest tool or strategy, we got out in the “real world” and spent some time with our students to try to uncover deeper, perhaps completely unknown, challenges they may be facing?
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Are you interested in implementing technology in your school or classroom this year, but not sure how to go about it? Learn from the best! Join us for a free, LIVE panel discussion on Thursday, July 25 at 10:00 AM CT, as we chat with our 2019 Educator of the Year Award winners to hear all about their secrets to success with technology!
We wanted to see exactly what teachers had to say about what their administrators could do better and what potential benefits would make them stay in their current positions, so we ran an anonymous poll on our blog to gather feedback. Let’s take a dive into the data and see what our community of educators had to say.
Check out this list of seven things you should be looking for when selecting your edtech partner, gathered from my recent conversation with Dr. Tyrana Battle, assistant superintendent for Halifax County School District in Halifax, North Carolina.
We know you have been hard at work making sure everything this school year goes off without a hitch but there may be a few things that still need to be buttoned up. Not to fear! We've assembled a curated list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined by most ESSA plans.
Like everything else in a teacher’s craft, you should attack reflection with deliberate, meaningful purpose. It’s not enough to ask yourself questions and poll your feelings. You’re looking for ways to affect change in how you prepare for the next school year over the summer.
While everyone can appreciate a good lazy day, the academic consequences of an entire summer off is not something to take lightly. In fact, ASCD reports that, on average, elementary students lose one month of learning over the summer. Even more concerning is the fact that learning loss from this “summer slide” seems to be cumulative. Keep your students learning all summer long with these 10 tips.