Educator Ashley Johnson spent a portion of her summer in Italy. She brough home more than simple souvenirs – she retuned home with mental shifts which will impact her classroom. They might change yours too!
In her latest blog, Beth Benedix takes a moment to consider a teacher most are familiar with – Mr. Keating from Dead Poet’s Society. She sees a side maybe you’ve never considered.
Learning to read is not magic. The brain is moving through distinct phases as it acquires the skill of reading. Morgan breaks down the first 3 phases in part 1 of this series.
What does it mean to be “confident,” and what does that look like in a learning environment? Bridgett takes a moment to explore this with a young learner.
Often fiction and non-fiction are presented as if they can not co-exist in a reader’s life. Colette shares a number of middle grade fiction/non-fiction duos that pair very nicely together.
Eric Nentrup introduces readers to Foster Success, an organization looking to fill a gap for young people in the foster care system.
The Future-Focused Learning Series kicks off across Indiana next month! Destiny Starks explains the variety of options available to educators as they prepare to implement prioritized standards in a cohesive & forward-thinking framework.
The education world is filled with groups of people working towards similar goals. In a lighter moment, Ryan takes a moment to consider the groups and give them collective names.
Some view the research paper as a rite of passage. Adam explores a way to have students master the same standards in a more engaging way.
Growing professionally & personally is on many a New Year’s Resolutions list. #VirtuallyDifferent Digital Learning Coach Dianna Knox shares her experience of stretching herself this past year and tackling these goals.