Sun.Feb 16, 2020

Knowing Where We Are Paves the Way for Change: The Impact of Coaching

A Principal's Reflections

I often tell audiences during keynotes and workshops that my role isn’t to tell anyone what to do, but instead to get educators to think critically about what they do.

I Love Teaching, Even When It Doesn’t Love Me Back

The Jose Vilson

At 2:45 pm, the students have already left the classroom. The door is slightly ajar, just open enough to let the teenage energy dissipate from this great green room. A whiteboard displays equations, diagrams, and words in different color markers.

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The Balance with Catlin Tucker: Featuring Travis Lape

Catlin Tucker

In this episode, I talk with Travis Lape a father, husband, and Innovative Programs Director at Harrisburg School District. In 2015, Travis was named TIE Technology Leader of the Year, which recognized his work integrating technology into his classroom.

How Learning Management Systems Can Benefit Teachers, Students, And Parents

EdNews Daily

Learning management systems (LMS) like Blackboard or Moodle can benefit teachers, students, and parents in numerous ways. These online tools provide a central location for all parties to meet, learn, and communicate. .

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Need Remote Learning NOW? Get Online Quickly & Easily With This Can’t-Miss Guide

Picking the wrong LMS can cost you. Don’t settle for a disconnected, hard-to-use, expensive system that doesn’t meet your needs. Follow these 12 steps crafted by Lambda Solutions' LMS experts, and find your perfect eLearning solution!

OPINION: When the next step isn’t college

The Hechinger Report

To students for whom going to college would be something they are doing primarily to satisfy someone else’s expectations for them or to get away from a bad circumstance, a four-year college is often not the right next step.

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What We Do With What We Know #Podcast

The Principal of Change

In this week’s episode of the podcast, I discuss why it is imperative to move beyond a growth mindset; to create something meaningful with what we know. This podcast is loosely based on the November 2018 blog post “ Moving Beyond a Growth Mindset.

Educational YouTube Channels to Help Students Learn English

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Here are some good YouTube channels students can use to learn English. Language teachers can also use them with their ' ELL/ESL/EFL students to enhance their grasp of English in different areas: read more

EL Retention Myths and What to Do Instead


Talk of grade retention revs up each spring. But it’s seldom a good answer for English learners. EL expert Valentina Gonzalez shares research that debunks the idea that retention helps ELs and suggests ways to boost their academic progress all year long.

8 simple ways to move toward a zero-waste classroom

The Cornerstone for Teachers

Want to shift your mindset and daily practices toward a greener teaching practice. In this interview with Heidi Rose, you’ll learn small actionable steps you can take to raise students’ consciousness about their consumption and reduce the amount of trash generated in your classroom.

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.

Everything You Need to Implement a Classroom Economy

Nick's Picks for Educational Technology

Not Your Typical Classroom Economy I heard an NPR interview with Rafe Esquith where he was sharing his strategies for teaching fifth-grade students about financial responsibility. I immediately bought his book, “Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire.”