7 things teachers can do to show emotional empathy for students during the school reopening

Educators are in the middle of planning for a new school year, and while that always brings fresh ideas and innovations, this year, it is especially important to brainstorm added ways to show empathy. Students have been out of the … Continue reading
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The Importance of Continuing Education for Teachers

Continuing Education Credits may evoke a grumble from busy teachers nationwide, but is the extra effort worth it? In reality, effective teachers are always looking for ways to improve. When educators choose to enhance their skills and expand their knowledge … Continue reading

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Conferences that Teachers Can Attend for the Academic Year 2020

Teachers in most states are required to take courses, attend conferences, or sit through professional development workshops to keep their certification. However, teachers often find these opportunities long and tedious, either irrelevant to their classes or too repetitive. Some conferences … Continue reading

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Conferences for Teachers: Academic Year 2020

Teachers in most states are required to take courses, attend conferences, or sit through professional development workshops to keep their certification. However, teachers often find these opportunities long and tedious, either irrelevant to their classes or too repetitive. Some conferences … Continue reading

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How to Measure the Effectiveness of Your District-Level Learning Program

Public education is a high stakes endeavor. Students, parents, and community members have expectations for a school district to effectively educate its students. On top of this are state standardized assessments, which result accountability scores for a district. For these … Continue reading

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Maximizing Grant Funding for Technology Access

Today’s schools face significant challenges in funding access to technology that supports student learning. When a school’s local dollars only stretch so far, school leaders must understand how to find and leverage sources of funding, especially grant funds from the … Continue reading

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Principal New Year Resolutions

Principals can do the following in the next school year if not already being done.  MOTIVATING TEACHERS AND IMPROVING MORALE   Principals can start by getting all teachers to work towards common goals. The common purpose set in a school … Continue reading

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Role of Principals in supporting Quality Education

Principals assume a vital part in the delivery of quality education. Their obligations incorporate guaranteeing educational strategies are set up that support viable learning for all students. They serve as a facilitator, guide, and supporter of quality instructional practices. Great … Continue reading

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Resources that Meet the Needs of Today’s Educators

The Association of American Publishers PreK-12 Learning Group has continually campaigned for quality content in teaching and learning. In the past years, they have invited some school educators on several platforms to share their viewpoints on what they expect from … Continue reading

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