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March 25, 2014

Do We Need to Change Teacher Observation?

We have negotiated boundaries around observation and evaluation. We have laws and mandates we must follow. It is time for them to change. Maybe there can be some kind of shift, even within existing boundaries, that can allow for newer and richer and more worthwhile processes to emerge.

March 20, 2014

Teacher Leaders Welcomed

Teachers need to be invited and encouraged to take the initial steps into leadership. We hope the best among us, those who are motivated by deep passion for service and love for children and for learning, respond positively to the invitation.

March 19, 2014

Report: As Teacher Demographics Change, Districts Must Prioritize Retention

To reduce the achievement gap, schools should pay attention to teacher retention, says new report.

March 19, 2014

Teaching Channel: An Online Community Improving Practice

Recognizing that "a video library probably won't change practice," Pat Wasley set out to make Teaching Channel (Tch) an interactive community. The former dean of the University of Washington College of Education turned edupreneur took over the Oakland nonprofit two years ago.

March 17, 2014

Training the Teachers is Part of the Work

Autism Expressed is about to roll out a training program for 60 new users. Here's how that will look.

March 17, 2014

Mooresville Adopts Gateway Projects in Four Grades

The Mooresville Graded School District recently adopted requirements for four large scale multimedia projects in 3rd, 6th, 8th and 12th grade. Beginning next year, students would add products from these projects to their digital portfolio.

March 16, 2014

An Open Letter From a 20th-Century Teacher

No matter what else the 21st century demands of your teaching and leading, remember John Dewey of the 20th century who taught "learning to do by doing," love your students, love your work, and remember there is nothing more important than your responsibility to your students.

March 14, 2014

The Spring Break Blues at a Startup

I realized this week that I might be suffering from the Spring Break Blues. As someone who attended school in America, I grew up knowing and loving spring break and being off from school. But now, as someone working at a business in the education sector, my feelings have turned from love to loathe.

March 13, 2014

Digital Age Teaching & Leadership

Three new books tackle what it means to teach and lead "in a digital age."

March 12, 2014

Study Links Responsive Teaching to Academic Gains

A teaching approach that emphasizes fostering students' autonomy and social and emotional skills leads to academic gains, according to a new study.

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