TRANSFORMING LEARNING FROM THE GROUND UP
The Keep Indiana Learning website is redesigned, revamped, and launching in beta! This new version of the website features a number of new and improved features, including a new digital content library, updated event searching, user accounts to add content to favorites, and easy collection of professional growth points!
Educators often take for granted the technology hardware & software infrastructure which keeps classrooms humming. Eric provides a peek behind the curtain at a recent gathering of IT professionals.
Administrators communicate with people from young students to superintendents to parents every single day. Assistant Principal Laura Christie has tips for doing it well.
Summer is the time to reflect, rejuvenate, and relax. Kristin Parisi has some thoughts to get us started.
While we like to think summer is ice cream trucks & running through sprinklers, it can hold unique challenges for students & families. Annie shares tips & resources for people of all ages.
We know foundational skills are critical to early reading. But what are the next steps we need to help readers take to become lifelong readers? The LitGals explore this question.
We know context makes learning content easier due to brain connections. What about students’ context? How do we include this? Adam explores this.
Professional Development on topics of interest at a time which fits your schedule? Mike shows you how!
Wm. Bryant gives students time & space for them to move from an idea to tangible item. Take a look at the journey!
Explore picture books you can use to introduce students to art, artists, & museums. Jen has even rounded up some virtual field trips to expand your students’ horizons.
The journey to become a trauma-informed school is not a short one. Trudi Wolfe wraps up her four part series exploring the impact of this process.
Sticky notes & anchor charts would appear to be on opposite ends of the spectrum. Jessica Miller has other ideas!