Norming expectations around student learning is essential to being able to take data and use it on a bigger level to ensure progress as a school. If all stakeholders understand what success looks like and we have examples to point students and teachers too, the outcome can only be better
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The best ways to get students to take risks is by modeling what that looks like, unafraid of the potential failure. The most important gift we can share with students is the transparency of our choices and how to bounce back from the missteps.
October 11, 2015
What if our help becomes a crutch, crippling students with being enabled, rather than actual helping them succeed?
September 20, 2015
The speed in which we go when we teach is a major factor in a student's ability to learn. As teachers we need to recognize and understand the children who sit in front of us and adjust accordingly. Here are some suggestions.
September 15, 2015
College essays are not created equally... so we need to help all students present themselves in the best way possible. Here are some tips on how.
September 13, 2015
What if students never had to miss class again regardless of their location? Can you imagine the possibilities? I can. Check it out
September 10, 2015
Even the best plans don't always work out the way we want... how do you adjust? Here are some tips on how to stay positive.
September 03, 2015
How do you imagine your first day? Did it hold up to what actually happened? Check this out for what I have planned.
September 01, 2015
Isn't it time we started teaching students to follow a syllabus to ensure better classroom success? Check this out to help you plan.
August 27, 2015
You've been asked to write a recommendation for a student you taught three years ago. You aren't sure why he asked you because you didn't have a great relationship and frankly, you don't have anything great to say. What do you do? Read on to find out.