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Reflections And Moving Forward In Education After The Pandemic

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Written by Robyn D. Shulman, Summit K12 For most students and teachers, it’s been two long years of transitions, significant changes, flexibility, and a high level of uncertainty in education.

The Best is Yet to Come

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By Charles Sosnik “Still, it’s a real good bet, the best is yet to come You think you’ve seen the sun, but you ain’t seen it shine” –Frank I was tempted to quote Dickens for this one; that trite and quite overused line, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”

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Community Schools: Lessons Learned/Lessons Shared

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By James Stoffer and Zach Vander Veen Editor’s Note: This is the fifth and final installment of this series. For previous installments, see one, two, three and four Community Schools are a time whose idea has come, a solution that was waiting for the perfect storm – and the perfect storm is here.

4 Tips for Supporting Students’ Mental Health in an MTSS Framework

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By Essie Sutton Educators are becoming increasingly concerned about their students’ mental health and well-being. Research has shown that isolation and loneliness were often associated with psychological symptoms across childhood and adolescence even before the pandemic.

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Building the Foundation for a Modern K-12 Classroom

K-12 looks different these days. But one thing remains the same: you need a reliable learning platform that serves as the foundation for teaching and learning––for all students, in a variety of learning experiences.

Maximizing Student Engagement in Virtual and Blended Learning through Relationship Building

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By Colleen Robinson Education is an ever-changing and adapting trade that has educators constantly evolving to the conditions around us.

The Ever-Changing, Ever-Evolving, Ever-Growing Definition of Today’s Teacher

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By LeiLani Cauthen Are you a teacher? If so, are you also a classroom work foreman, logistics manager, guide, drill sergeant, discipliner, cheerleader, data entry clerk, cultural advocate, or analyst? Maybe you are all these things and more.

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Classroom Communication Strategy: A Guide for Modern Classrooms

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By John Allen While many of us will have grown up with a lot of different teaching styles, both at school and depicted on television, it’s one thing to see other people teach, and another thing entirely to understand what tools they’re employing day-to-day.

New Teachers Teaching New Readers? Follow Five Facets of Structured Literacy

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By Diana Phillips In the beginning… Back-to-school jitters are real, for teachers and students. Every fall I think of teachers who are doing new things. Teachers all over the country are starting their first year in the classroom, teaching a new grade or subject, or preparing to try a new strategy.

The Problem with Education’s Problems: (Part 2) Still Losing Students

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By LeiLani Cauthen Editor’s Note: This three-part series seeks to identify the problem to act on, rather than approach each challenge as isolated. As stated in the first article, if the problem that is attempting to be solved is not the problem, it won’t be solved. It will get worse.

Increasing Equity and Access: A Canvas Case Study of Virtual Arkansas K-12

Virtual Arkansas, a fully online school, had a mission to provide high-quality courses in rural and urban areas throughout the state. How would they simplify content creation while enhancing learning? Discover 3 key insights to transform your classrooms.

Video: Solutions to deepening equity issues in the teacher shortage

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A special Learning Leadership Topical Event, presented by LeiLani Cauthen, CEO at Learning Counsel News Media and Research With special guests, Jose A. Viana, Ed.D., Senior Education Advisor at Lexia Learning and Wendee Evering, Assistant Administrator at A.C. Moore Elementary in Columbia, SC Jose A.

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How to Get the Biggest Value from Your SEL Platform

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By Chad Berger After experiencing two student suicides within a three-year period, our small district of 250 students and our staff members weren’t prepared to endure another devastating trauma like that.

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Maximize the benefits of Social Emotional Learning in your Classrooms

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By Kim Bollesen After attending a recent principals’ conference, I came back to my school with resolve, knowing exactly what needed to be done in the SEL arena to work with our single, onsite counselor.

The Problem with Education’s Problems – Part 1 – The Teacher Shortage

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By LeiLani Cauthen We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein Editor’s Note: This three-part series seeks to identify the problem to act on, rather than approach each challenge as isolated.

Unlock the Power of Formative Assessment

Learn how a thoughtful formative assessment approach can help teachers understand where students are in their learning, inform instruction, and in turn, positively impact student learning outcomes. Get the guide today!

Podcast: Your Share of the Stimulus Wallet

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In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Podcast, your host, Learning Counsel News Media and Research CEO LeiLani Cauthen talks with Phyllis Jordan, Associate Director of Future Ed, and Brittany Martin, Education Department Relations Manager at Lexia Learning.

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The Science of Reading and the Science of Learning

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Education is moving from being based on folklore to being grounded in science at an ever-faster pace.

Is Your Monitoring Software Putting Your Students’ Privacy at Risk?

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By Rob Shavell As kids go back to school, the last thing they should have to worry about is whether or not their schools are breaching their privacy.

The Problem with Education’s Problems – Part 1 – The Teacher Shortage

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By LeiLani Cauthen We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein Editor’s Note: This three-part series seeks to identify the problem to act on, rather than approach each challenge as isolated.

6 Tips for EdTech Evaluation by Adult Learning Institutions

Many continuing adult education institutions have turned to technology used by higher ed with the following benefits: elevates teaching and learning, scales to address changes in staffing, enrollment and budget, and protects student and institutional data.

Podcast: Education’s Serious Decision Point

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In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Podcast, your host, Learning Counsel News Media and Research CEO LeiLani Cauthen talks with Mary Schlegelmilch, the Business Development Manager for Education at Cisco.

Video: In-the-Box Thinking

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Welcome to another episode of the Horizon Room’s Open Mic series, a chance for educators to be a part of a high-profile discussion on the most important issues facing education today.

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Is it Too Little: Or Too Late?

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By Charles Sosnik Tick Toc. Approximately 13,800 district superintendents are staring down the barrel of a September 30 deadline. That’s the date that all those ESSER funds must be committed.

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How to Make Hybrid Learning Work in Higher Education

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Many schools are still working in a remote or hybrid learning and teaching situation. Universities such as The University of Central Florida have been experimenting with this learning mode since the 1990s.

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6 Strategies for Using Actionable Data to Impact Student Success

Educators need effective tools to drive student success. The trend to use actionable, comprehensive data—like attendance, assessments, grades, and more—is an effective way to give teachers the visibility they need to make a difference. Videri gives teachers and administrators access to comprehensive, integrated data so they can easily filter, drill down, and analyze data—to get the information that they really need, when they need it, and improve student outcomes. Download the eBook today!

Addressing the Impact of the Pandemic’s Lingering Learning Gap

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Schools continue to explore new ways to address the impact of COVID-19 on our learners.

Podcast: Managing Devolution and the Teacher Shortage

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For those of you who are unfamiliar, the Horizon Room Open Mic series is a chance for educators to be a part of a high-profile discussion on the most important issues facing education today.

Gamification and Game-Based Learning in EdTech: How to Start Designing a Great Product

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By Krista-Lotta Ojanen and Saila Juuti There are many ways to start designing a game. You may have your mind set on a cool mechanic, like pinning teams against each other in a fun multiplayer environment.

A New Way to Learn about EdTech

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Say Hello to ET Magazine Education media has a new look, a new format, and a new way to get the word out. Instead of using paid professional writers and short, catchy or formulaic articles, this new all-digital magazine is written by the world’s top minds in EdTech.

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Keeping Students Safe and Productive on Devices

Speaker: Aaron Webb, Jamf

In our webinar, we’ll explore the full range of Jamf education products to protect students, including quick and easy tools for IT admins, powerful apps for teachers to ensure student safety anywhere, and parental engagement tools.

Print Versus Digital: We Need Both

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By Cinnamon Scheufele The Covid-19 pandemic and rapid shift to remote learning have brought forward discussions that have been occurring on the periphery or in the background, at least, for several years. Is there still a role for print materials in an online world?

Innovating Beyond Avoidable K-12 Crises

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By Amy Valentine There’s always a crisis in education. Covid-19 is the most recent and most significant, and it has challenged our education system in innumerable ways. But before the pandemic, there were already various challenges, both urgent and ongoing?the

Top 3 Strategies for Emergency Preparedness During the Age of Remote Learning

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Prior to the pandemic, at-home and virtual learning were mainly reserved for homeschooled children or those with medical conditions that prevented them from attending a traditional school.

Steps to a Successful SEL Implementation

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By Anita Mattek After several years of using a homegrown social emotional learning (SEL) approach, our district decided it was time for a more official curriculum that would support our middle and high school students’ mental health, academic achievement, and overall well-being.

The Best Ways to Use Managed Apple IDs at Your School

Speaker: Aaron Webb, Jamf

In our webinar, How to Best Use Managed Apple IDs at Your School, hear the real-world experience of Steven Palomo, IT Director at Beverly Public Schools, regarding how he successfully managed his entire tech stack.

Education, the Brain and Learning Outcomes

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark It may seem trite to say the brain is where learning takes place and therefore we need to know about the brain when we consider how to improve learning outcomes.

The Reality of School Starting: No More Free Lunches?

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By Christy S. Martin, Ed.D. School starts early here in East Tennessee and this week was its beginning. While school has barely started in my community, one thing is evident. There are no free lunches.

Academic Achievement Can Open So Many Doors

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark To perhaps risk the ire of educators across the nation, we should ask, ‘Is academic performance really important? And if so, why?’ On its surface, these may seem like absurd questions for anyone in the education biz.

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Podcast: The Right Now Imperative is Learning Logistics

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What is logistics as it relates to education and learning? In this episode of the Learning Leadership Society Podcast, Logistics are defined and then Host LeiLani Cauthen takes it a step further.

White Paper: Enabling digital creativity with Augmented Reality in K12 education

We have conducted 2 research projects on teaching with AR. This research has been conducted with the UiO and the UiS. The resulting white paper is an in-depth look at the state of creative learning through the use of 3D modeling and exploration in AR.