Making leadership a community-wide effort is key to building a positive school culture that supports every student. But, in order to successfully move toward this kind of leadership and professional development style, establishing a true culture of collaboration is one of the most important prerequisites.
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Join us for a free, live webinar on Thursday, September 12, from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST, as we dive into how Edmentum’s new partnership with Boulevard Arts is making world-famous art and historical artifacts accessible in the classroom via augmented reality (AR)!
Too often, we are too busy catching up on our additional paperwork and certification or documentation requirements to find time to work together. What if we had the time and opportunity to share our duties and lessen our load?
The next Edmentum Educator Summit will be held at our Richardson, TX office on November 7-8, 2019. During the conference, we will focus on key educational themes that have been identified by our awesome Network members. Attendees share insights, learn about key initiatives and work directly with Edmentum teams to brainstorm solutions and drive development on these classroom top topics.
We’ve assembled our best resources when it comes to the parts of being a teacher that you may not have learned about in college—classroom management, setting up your classroom for success, unique teaching strategies to try, professional development, and tips straight from our community of professional educators on Facebook.
As budgets across districts become tighter, it can be hard to find the funds to provide educators with professional development opportunities. Never fear—grants are here to step in and solve that problem! Here are six grants developed to provide amazing opportunities for you to grow in your craft.
While you might not see it reported in school accountability reports, it’s not uncommon for teachers to leave the profession because of a negative school culture where they don’t feel supported or valued. We decided to ask our community of readers on our blog their thoughts on what their school culture currently does well and what could be improved.