Why are high schools under the impression that they are preparing students for college and career, when colleges do not?
If the natural world can share messages and make accommodations through cultural means, how much easier should it be for us who can use words?
When encouragement and support are the partners of observation and evaluation, the process is worth the time it take.
The absence of role models imposes unconscious limitations on the career options children imagine.
Guest blogger Jacob Lewis writes, "If teachers knew what kids like me need from them, more students would benefit from it than they might think."
Curriculum is the developmental ecosystem of learning opportunities, strategically placed by teachers working together.
The assumption that educational leaders do not need coaching reduces the capacity of the learning environment.
It is not the technology doing harm; it is the human using it. Social media itself is a neutral tool or capacity, its use for good or harm is in the hands of human beings at this point.
Guest blogger Michelle Hagen, "We have some very talented young adults that walk through our doors everyday. If given the opportunity to develop their potential, our students may likely have the answers to many troublesome questions."
Keeping students at the center, considering those invisible ones while reflecting on the mission statement that includes 'all' students, one can find motivation to challenge the way things are done, and find new ways to make 'all' students a reality.