What is Expected of a Great TeacherAs educational leaders, our priority is to make the best possible learning atmosphere for students and help teachers educate in the best classroom atmosphere. Although the majority of teachers are wonderful and show passion for education and student success, there are a few individuals that seem to not get the...
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How Do We Educate Global Problem Solvers? | EdutopiaGuest blogger Zoe Weil, co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education, offers two strategies to help students become conscientious about and connected to the global problems they’ll one day be called upon to solve. Read more… www.edutopia.org
How Flipped Classrooms Are Growing and Changing | EdTech MagazineA new survey shows the flipped classroom model is expanding and changing in K–12 classrooms, with 30 percent more teachers adopting the teaching method since 2012. The data is based on the results of an online survey taken by 2,358 educators that was conducted in February by the Flipped Learning...
Social Media Literacy: The Five Key Concepts | EdutopiaEdutopia blogger Stacey Goodman describes each key concept of media literacy, also explaing why it’s important, as teachers, we know what they are. Read more… www.edutopia.org
9 Ways To Keep Your Meetings Simple And ProductiveBoth in business and in war, second chances are hard to come by (if existent at all) which is why maximizing meeting time is crucial to operating efficiently. Here are nine ways to keep your meetings simple– and coming out with a “win” at the end: Read more at www.forbes.com
The Promise of a Great School Leader | TNTP.orgWe know great teachers are important: Research—not to mention our own school experiences—tells us so. And as the recent verdict in the Vergara v. California trial made clear, equal access to great teachers is every child’s constitutional right, at least in the state of California. Read more about The Promise...
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