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May 26, 2015

Are You Amazon Literate?

Guest writer, Ross Cooper discusses the need to make teachers Amazon literate for lifelong learning.

April 21, 2015

Why Would Anyone Let Their Kid Play Football or Anything Else?

Guest blogger Doug Green, EdD discusses the cons of allowing your child to play football. What are your thoughts?

April 14, 2015

To Grade or Not To Grade

Nicholas Provenzano tackles the grading question and isn't sure what to make of it. Instead of throwing it all out as I'm inclined to do, he considers feedback, but isn't ready to abandon tradition. Read on to hear about his struggle. Where do you fit in the continuum?

April 05, 2015

Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning: How to Maximize Your Virtual Student Engagement

In a guest post by Academy of Learning College, some strategies that can help maximize student engagement in the instructor-facilitated online learning and teaching environment.

February 25, 2015

Why Scholastic Journalism Matters

Guest blogger, Evelyn Lauer discusses the importance of scholastic journalism. Read here to see the impact journalism has on students across the country.

February 13, 2015

Is Leadership Style Born ... or Made?

What is your leadership style? How do you know?

February 04, 2015

Teachers as Researchers: Changing the Dynamics of PD

If we are to reform education, we need to start with empowering teachers. Consider rethinking professional development so that teachers can engage in inquiry projects.

January 21, 2015

How Eliminating Grades Changed Everything in My Classroom

Grades are just a math game. This is what I told students many years ago. "If you know how to work the numbers, you can get a good grade."

September 05, 2014

My Next Step in Being My Most Recent Me

How long have you known you wanted to be an educator? Have you been able to mark your progress in the field by certain benchmarks in your career? Sometimes we fear moving backward, but really progress is slow. Read on to learn how to acknowledge the growth.

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