Entries related to: professional-learning

World Language Programs Are Essential

Given that budget cutting is contentious in less challenging times, deciding what to cut at this...

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Using Chat Techniques

“The Chat” is one of the key tools available to educators teaching online, and one of the best...

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3 Secrets from a Stylist to Present Your Best Self Online

Teaching online comes with lots of opportunities and challenges, most of which you’ve probably...

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Am I the Only One Struggling With Online Instruction?

By now, we all should have made the shift from crisis teaching to intentional distance learning...

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Ten Teaching Tweaks for New Teachers

Note: This blog was originally published on January 22, 2015. It has been updated with new links.

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Remote Teaching Tips for Students With Disabilities

Unfortunately, the sudden nationwide transition to online learning last spring yielded less than...

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How to Foster a Welcoming Environment for New Teachers

With the beginning of the year approaching, many new teachers will find themselves in what can...

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9 Ways to Recharge with Summer Learning

This post is being republished with updated content and links.

While teachers are especially...

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Updated: Summer Reading and Reflection for Democratic Classrooms

 This is a reposting with updated content and links.

A recent study involving rural farmers and...

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Updated: Relax, Recharge, Rejuvenate: Stepping Up The Summer

 This is a reposting with updated content and links.

After months of 60-70 hour weeks, 5:00 am...

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Educating for Social Justice

"You have to remember that as an educator, you have the responsibility to build a community of...
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Resource Roundup: Leading for Concrete Change

Enough is enough.

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Focusing on Students' Health

The overall wellbeing of a child can make or break their academic success. While there are many...

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How To Use Summer to Close Student Learning Gaps

While every day may feel like Groundhog Day in home quarantine, as the weather heats up we are...

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Portable Practices for Promoting Self Care

There is an old story by Loren Eiseley about a person walking along a beach picking up starfish...

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Master's of None: The Fallacy of Advanced Ed Degrees

7:00 AM: leaves house.

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8 Post-Holiday Season Survival and Revival Tactics for the Classroom

A new calendar year is an exciting time for a fresh start, but it’s also a challenging time to...

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First Days of School: Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

Editor's Note: This series is a great collection of genuine and productive ways of engaging...

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Support Language Learners with Confianza

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5 Reasons Why the QFT Can Support Your Professional Learning Work

In my many years in the classroom, I have yet to find an instructional strategy as effective as...

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