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Letting Your Learners Experience Productive Struggle

User Generated Education

I came into teaching through a non-traditional, backdoor route – through a graduate degree in counselor education and through being an adventure therapist, whereby I took at-risk youth on extended wilderness trips.

Reaching the Quiet Kids in Class


As a student, my mindset was that everything needed to be perfect; anything less was unacceptable. Taking the risk to raise my hand in class, when I wanted to contribute my thoughts, was always a challenge for me.

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Creating Conditions for Growth through Strategic Listening

Reading By Example

I had spent 10 years in the classroom and three years as a teacher leader. I was about to enter my first year as a coach and I was overjoyed. Over the past 10 years, I had applied one of my core strengths from Strengths Finder 2.0 learner) to soak up literacy knowledge.

Google Keep Guide for Teachers

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Keep is one of the best free note taking tools out there. It provides a wide variety of features that allow you to easily create and share notes and lists. And for mobile users, they have more

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

The Changing Market Conditions of Continuing Education in Traditional Higher Education

Originally written in 2015 Continuing education (CE) units in colleges and universities have historically been given little attention, and often little respect. But few departments have played as important a role in stimulating change within higher education.

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