Tue.Nov 08, 2022

Improving Instructional Practice with Video Coaching


Watch the Recording Listen to the Podcast. Coaching teachers through video is not a novel concept. The pandemic heightened its use with teachers. More schools are embracing it as a more desirable form of professional development by embedding it into instructional practice.

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Five Ways to Center Equity when Celebrating the Holidays in Your School or District

Education Elements

And just like that, summer has ended, and pumpkin spice lattes are back. It’s that time of year: the Winter Holidays are among us! Like other times during the year, this is a great moment to pause and be intentional about centering educational equity in your school and district.


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The 4 Shifts Protocol in Kentucky

Dangerously Irrelevant

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has leaned hard into the 4 Shifts Protocol to support its schools’ technology integration and instructional redesign work. Over 650(!)

When Students Use Social Media As A Source


Use of social media as a research tool among students continues to increase

Intent Signal Data 101

Intent signal data helps B2B marketers engage with buyers sooner in the sales cycle. But there are many confusing terms used to describe intent data. Read this infographic to better understand three common areas of confusion.

3 ways schools play a vital role in community safety

eSchool News

Schools do so much for a community. They provide a safe place for children to learn and grow each day, filled with educators who truly care. However, as a parent or educator, it’s important to understand that many schools aren’t being used to their full potential.

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Sharing best practices

eSchool News

In this episode of Innovations in Education , hosted by Kevin Hogan: 3 reasons instructional audio is a must-have in classrooms 4 tips for using data to differentiate instruction Modernization of K-12 Financial Operations: Increase Transparency, Improve Control and Compliance, Mitigate Fraud.

Babbel App- An Effective Way to Learn New Languages

Educators Technology

Babbel is a language learning app that enables you to learn a wide variety of languages including English,Danish, German, French, Swedish, Italian, Portuguese, among others. Babbel is a available for the web and as a mobile app for Android and iOS. I have been experimenting with Babbel for some time now and I find it a powerful alternative to Duolingo. I used to teach EFL (English as Foreign Language) back when the Internet was still in its infancy and I wish Babbel was around at the time.

How Can You Share eBooks Securely?

Kitaboo on EdTech

Online publishing platforms have undoubtedly been a lifesaver for authors, but on the split side, they pose the risk of unauthorized access and sharing of eBooks. The question of how to protect eBooks from piracy has been stressing authors for years.

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Making Sure Students Know We’re Listening

Middle Web

Do you invite student talk? If we want kids to engage in the lessons we’re teaching, they need to see us valuing what they have to say. Kelly Owens shares tips for creating a “two-way” classroom community and home connections that encourage authentic dialogue and build trust. The post Making Sure Students Know We’re Listening first appeared on MiddleWeb.

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.

What My Girls Camp Reveals About the Promise of Women in STEM and the Dangers of Online Hate

ED Surge

This past spring, I had the opportunity to develop a virtual cybersecurity camp for young women and girls called CompuGirls.


The Importance of Actionable Feedback Provided and Requested

The Principal of Change

I just had a wonderful conversation with Meghan Lawson, who is not only a very good friend but also has one of my favorite blogs out there! If you are looking for a weekly dose of inspiration and deep learning, Meghan’s blog is perfect!

With an Unusual Model and ‘Forbidden Courses,’ a New University Is Taking Shape in Texas

ED Surge

AUSTIN, Texas — You may remember the announcement one year ago today of a new private university here that hoped to better promote civil discourse and viewpoint diversity—to avoid what its leaders see as a “liberal bias” on most campuses that they say leads to groupthink rather than free and open inquiry.