Sat.Aug 24, 2019

Culture will tell you what it needs, but only if you ask it

Dangerously Irrelevant

We had the pleasure of having Zac Chase as a guest facilitator this past week in one of my principal licensure cohorts. Zac was amazing, which is no surprise to anyone who knows him.

If Personalized Learning Is Going to Work, Teacher Onboarding Must Improve. Here’s How.

Edsurge

In 2017, at the end of our third year of implementing personalized learning at Dallas ISD, our central personalized learning team conducted a series of stepback meetings with school leaders.

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BINGO!

Teacher Tech

Create a Bingo Board with Google Sheets Use Google Sheets to create multiple, different, Bingo boards from your own list. Template alicekeeler.com/bingo As with all Apps Script coding projects you need to wait a minute for the code to load.

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OPINION: It’s time to change the conversation around music education to its positive impact on student success

The Hechinger Report

Research continues to show us that children who participate in a quality music program go on to see higher test scores and have a greater likelihood of postsecondary success, yet programs across the country lack support, commitment and funding. That’s why it’s time to change the conversation around music education.

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.

How do we get people to change?

Reading By Example

It’s the beginning of the school year. Many educational leaders have the same thing on their minds: how will we get people to change? Certainly not to change for sake of change. We are talking about professional growth, developing oneself toward a goal for improvement.