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The Ever-Evolving Leadership Lens

A Principal's Reflections

Good leadership is, quite frankly, good leadership. The tenants have remained the same for centuries. What’s changed is the environment in which one leads, and this impacts the lens that is, or should be, used to drive change. Employing well-known and research-based strategies within a current context is a hallmark of influential leaders. I am of the opinion that being able to adapt in a way that results in improvement across various dynamics is what it is all about.

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5 Wonderful Tips for World Language Teachers

The CoolCatTeacher

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. World language teachers can have challenges with teaching students. Particularly when many want to use technology translators instead of learning the language. However, Rachelle Dene Poth has experience engaging and exciting students in her Spanish classroom From building relationships to using technology, she shares how Spanish teachers can engage students in learning.

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What Traditionalists Get Wrong About Inquiry Teaching

TeachThought - Learn better.

False dichotomies about inquiry teaching advanced by critics are detrimental to the students and society that so desperately need it. The post What Traditionalists Get Wrong About Inquiry Teaching appeared first on TeachThought.

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5 Principles of Culturally Responsive Teaching


Culturally Responsive Teaching is not a fad. It’s not one more thing we have to do for multilinguals, writes Tan Huynh. It’s a way of designing instruction for ML/EL/ESL learners that's grounded in the assets of students, their families, and their communities. The post 5 Principles of Culturally Responsive Teaching first appeared on MiddleWeb.

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The Battle of the Authoring Tools: A 10-Point Comparison for Picking the Right One

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

There are plenty of great authoring tools for developing eLearning, but the one you select could directly impact your course's outcomes. Depending upon your learners’ needs and your organization’s performance goals, you could be overlooking considerations that impact the both effectiveness of your courses and how long it takes to finish them. From general capabilities to specific workflow structures, some aspects are critical when it comes to learning objectives and deadlines.

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The Science of Reading and Early Childhood Literacy

Watch the Recording. For decades educators have known that children who can read on grade level by the third grade stand a much better chance of succeeding in school and in life. The fundamental skills needed to read begin in early childhood and require the developmental scaffolding of skills to put all the pieces together for a child to become a proficient reader.