Sun.Jul 14, 2019

The Ascent to Growth

A Principal's Reflections

I genuinely believe that most people want to get better in their professional role and they find comfort in growth. Who doesn’t want to make a difference while moving up the career ladder?

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 172 The Complexity Of Shortcomings In Education

TeachThought - Learn better.

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 172 The Complexity Of Shortcomings In Education Drew Perkins talks with Glenn Loury, economist, academic, author, and professor at Brown University, to get his thinking on education topics like school choice and competition and social justice issues like racial equality.

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OPINION: What’s missing in music education? Cultural and social relevance

The Hechinger Report

I was trained and licensed to be a music teacher in the traditional American way. My classes included all varieties of instruments. I sang and learned to conduct bands, orchestras and choirs. I played in ensembles. I took multiple semesters of musical technique, history and theory as well as music education methods. Almost all of what I just described was traditional. Incredibly traditional.

The Importance of Gratitude

The Principal of Change

The article, “The Most Important Way To Measure Your Day” by Tim Denning , focuses on two simple questions as a focus of a way to measure a successful day: 1. Did I learn one new thing today? Did I help or inspire one person?


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.

9 Platforms & Techniques for Successful Team Learning

The Innovative Educator

The logo for our buttons and hashtag for the work. There are many benefits of attending events as a team and learning together. Doing so successfully takes preparation, planning, and the right tools.

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Blending SEL Practices into Writing Communities


By blending social emotional learning into writing workshop, we can spark student confidence and commitment. Author and ELA educator Lynne Dorfman describes a class where students feel safe to express themselves, celebrate writing achievements, and self-identify as writers.

5 Great Android Apps to Help Students with Their Math Homework

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A few weeks ago we shared with you here in EdTech and mLearning a list of 10 good iPad apps to help students with their homework. Here is another list of equally important apps for Android users more

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Social Justice With Young Learners: Using The Read Aloud To Promote Empathy


Source: ASIDE 2019 Tackling social justice with young learners is more important now than ever before; it is also a lot easier to bring into the classroom than educators might think.