Project based learning is an effective format used for professional development. Here are 5 non-negotiable to make sure your PD goes well.


When a post-election protest broke out at her high school, Woodside Principal Diane Burbank did something amazing. She didn't shut it down, she gave students a voice.


Just like teaching and leading there are so many different opinions on coaching that works. Which coaching is for you?


Think you have teacher clarity? Here are four Phrases All Teachers Say and No Students Understand


The hearing for the U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy Devos was an eye-opening experience. There seems to be a bipartisan battle against public education, and we are once again fighting an uphill battle. Don't you think it's time you help shift the narrative?


Research shows that instructional coaching works to foster teacher growth, but very few school principals have a leadership coach to help them grow. Will that work for principals?


If we can't get students to differentiate between what bullying is and what it's not, how can we get students to differentiate between what is fake news and what is not when some adults don't even know?


Trying to get students to ask questions instead of always looking for the answers is hard. Too often they're just doing it for the grade, which is a culture we created. It's time to turn that game around.


Education wasn't always the hottest topic of the presidential campaign. It took a backseat to Tweets, fake news and name calling. However, there will surely be changes in education because so much is bubbling to the top. Here are 17 critical issues facing education.


There is no doubt that the 4 C's are still very important even after they first came out so long ago. However, part of the problem is that we throw students into the deep end of the 4 C's and have never, or may have never, established a school climate that will help deeply support the students before they dive in. We can't do the 4 C's without fostering the important 5th C.


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