Edcamps are exciting venues where staff get to share their best practices, but even with good planning, not all of them are successful.
February 2013 Archives
Twitter is about making connections with others and it no longer matters whether they live in your town or on the other side of the world.
Many schools have cut, or are cutting, school nurses which is a mistake because they fill a vital role in the school system.
What would you do if you were the U.S. Secretary of Education?
If we really want our children to be successful when they grow up, then we need to begin teaching them how to be resilient now.
What do our children learn from the negative anonymous comments that surround them?
Professional Development is not defined by what someone else provides for us.
Robert Garmston says To produce genius in children we need to work together.
Principals are critical to school improvement and student achievement.
Local Education Communities (LECs)are groups of local citizens that are motivated enough to get engaged and they identify the local issues that vary from neighborhood to neighborhood (school to school).
On Digital Learning Day where we are supposed to highlight what to do with technology, we should also be thinking of those who lack the opportunities to infuse technology into what they do.
Public education means different things to different people. Peter DeWitt asked the experts what public education meant to them.
Twitter is very popular with educators but are they really listening to each other or just sharing links?