Mon.Nov 22, 2021

Why We Need Elements of Leadership

Education Elements

This past September, Education Elements conducted a Leadership Pulse Check Survey of school leaders throughout the country.

What IT Leaders Need to Know About SaaS Security Posture Management

EdTech Magazine

As K–12 districts use more cloud computing and Software as a Service applications, district leaders need to be sure the apps that students and teachers use are properly configured and appropriately secured.

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What will it take to protect schools’ digital landscape?

eSchool News

Malicious actors have been turning their attention to the nation’s schools in a significant and unwelcome way.

PROOF POINTS: The number of college graduates in the humanities drops for the eighth consecutive year

The Hechinger Report

The drop in college graduates who majored in humanities ranges between 16 percent and 29 percent since 2012. The last time colleges produced this few humanities graduates was in 2002. Credit: Meenakshi Van Zee for The Hechinger Report.

6 Tips for EdTech Evaluation by Adult Learning Institutions

Many continuing adult education institutions have turned to technology used by higher ed with the following benefits: elevates teaching and learning, scales to address changes in staffing, enrollment and budget, and protects student and institutional data.

Building the ‘why’ into a districtwide literacy implementation

eSchool News

At Rockford Public Schools , we have a strong commitment to literacy growth. We take a comprehensive approach beginning with our foundational curriculum.

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How This Tool Ended Teachers’ Tech Fears and Addressed Students’ Social-Emotional Needs


Josh Davis spent 14 years teaching high school special education and middle school history, so he’s well aware of a few classroom constants.

Promoting Social-Emotional Learning in Digital Life


Social-emotional learning continues to be a key aspect of digital citizenship

The Microlearning Moment in Workplace Learning


Just as formal education systems made a dramatic shift to digital since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, on-the-job training is changing as well.

Chronic Absenteeism: Why It’s On The Rise and How to Overcome It


The COVID-19 pandemic continues to increase rates of chronic absenteeism, but there are proven strategies for improving attendance

White Paper: Enabling digital creativity with Augmented Reality in K12 education

We have conducted 2 research projects on teaching with AR. This research has been conducted with the UiO and the UiS. The resulting white paper is an in-depth look at the state of creative learning through the use of 3D modeling and exploration in AR.

Math Communities are Back and Stronger Than Ever at CMC South

MIND Research Institute

I joined the K-8 math community remotely. I washed my hands, set up my home office for maximum productivity, and reactivated my Twitter account.

Sketchnotes Help Kids Grow Their Mindsets


Sketchnotes give kids the chance to express themselves with an assignment that falls in the gray area between 'correct' and 'incorrect.' Sixth grade teacher Kelly Owens explains how she and her co-teaching colleague use sketchnoting as a technique to promote growth mindset.


OPINION: Free community college was never going to be enough

The Hechinger Report

President Joe Biden’s proposal to make community colleges tuition-free is officially dead on arrival, news that could not come at a more unfortunate time: Recent enrollment figures show many colleges nationwide are in dire straits, particularly at the community college level.

5 Ways to Help Districts and Schools Prioritize Educator Well-Being

Marketplace K-12

There are simple steps districts and schools can use to prioritize teachers' social-emotional wellness during stressful times, writes Sara Potler LaHayne. The post 5 Ways to Help Districts and Schools Prioritize Educator Well-Being appeared first on Market Brief.

2021 Trends in Online Student Demographics’s second annual report on online student demographics explores the characteristics of today’s online students and their insights on college decision-making and the online learning experience amid the challenges of COVID-19.

Delaware Department of Education, DuPont and Discovery Education Launch First-of-Its-Kind Partnership Supporting STEM, Career, and Technical Education Statewide

eSchool News

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How Video Innovation Expands Teaching and Learning

Blog post by Michele Israel based on this edLeader Panel. During the pandemic, school communities flexed resiliency, creativity, collaboration and flexibility to adapt to unforeseen challenges quickly.

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Some Great Free Graphic Organizer Templates

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

In today's post I am sharing with you a collection of educational resources where you can download and print free graphic organizer templates to use with your students in class. Graphic more

30 Minutes to Fewer Student Interruptions - as soon as tomorrow!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

30 Minutes to Fewer Student Interruptions - as soon as tomorrow! Part of the “Survive and Thrive!” Series OVERVIEW : It's happened to all of us. We finally get in the swing of a lesson and a student has a behavior that just can't be ignored. Maybe they are making loud noises.

2021 Trends in College Career and Employment Planning

In this second annual report, part of the research series, 624 business leaders shared how their companies and organizations currently recruit and hire college students from both online and campus-based programs.

Teachers Should Be Allowed To Come Out in the Classroom. In Texas, An Outdated Law Stands in the Way.


“Mister, are you gay?” This was the question an 8th grader asked in the middle of the school cafeteria. It was the first time a student asked me this question in such a straightforward way. My mind began to race: Is he daring me to come out? Is this a prank between students?