Sun.Aug 05, 2018

TTWWADI - A Culture Killer

A Principal's Reflections

In some cases, change has been hard to implement at scale or at all for that matter. Sometimes we are blinded by perceived success as is the case for many high performing school districts that have high test scores.

Advice for New and Old(er) Teachers

CUE

Tomorrow, I start back my 15th year of classroom teaching next to at least two teachers right out of the credential program.

Are Children Learning Or Memorizing?

Veative

Understanding how a student learns is perhaps one of the most important tasks a teacher will perform. Some students might learn by audio or visual means, and others by using pictures, speech, writing and spatial understanding.

OPINION: Teachers with guns — it might be even worse than you think

The Hechinger Report

A protest against gun violence on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre, in which 12 students and a teacher were gunned down in a Colorado school in 1999. Photo: @ Christopher Brown/ZUMA Wire/ZUMAPRESS.com. Even police officers can’t always shoot accurately. More guns mean more gun deaths.

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.

3 Challenges for the Future of Education

The Principal of Change

I was recently sent an email and asked to identify some of the challenges I see for the future of learning in education. These are things that I have noticed through my travels and after countless conversations with educators, and things that I have seen in my work.

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Trading Card Creator Tool to Use with Students in Class

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Trading Card Creator is a web tool from ReadWriteThink that you can use with your students for various educational purposes most important of them all is to help them enhance their writing skills.read more

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Start the Year Sharing Two Apps with Students

MiddleWeb

Including a few new tools for students in your first few weeks of school will pay dividends throughout the year. In her new MiddleWeb blog "Wide Open Learning" Megan Kelly describes two apps your kids can integrate into projects across subjects in the months ahead.

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Three Ways to Use Google Classroom with Students with Low or No Vision

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

In yesterday’s post we featured a number of interesting Android educational apps for students with special needs and today we want to draw your attention to this helpful accessibility feature.read more