While your next lesson on fractions doesn’t need to be TED Talk–worthy, applying some of the secrets from these skilled speakers could change your teaching practice for the better. Here are nine quotable moments that (in my opinion) belong in every teacher development program.
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They say there’s no better teacher than experience, but when it comes to making tough decisions around implementing technology in your school or classroom this year, we prefer learning from the bes
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?
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.
Have you ever noticed that, during certain times of the day, your classroom is buzzing, students are working diligently, and everyone is getting along, while during other times of the day, things are a bit chaotic, and you find yourself having to constantly correct behavior and refocus attention? Turns out, there are scientific reasons behind why this happens.
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.