PLCs and data are staples in K-12 education. How about in early childhood learning? Kristin Parisi walks through the process her school used to implement this approach.
Tools that work in both synchronous & asynchronous settings are a challenge to find sometimes especially when layering in an LMS. Virtually Different Digital Learning Coach Nicole Nelson demonstrates the power and flexibility of Kami.
Teacher evaluations are a part of every leader’s “to do” list, but they often move further & further down the list. Dr. Diane Whitlock has some tips for making this important task happen.
Educator Barnes is expanding the learning from the Black Excellence interview series! Explore these ready-to-use activities students of many grade levels can use.
Students often love music and gravitate to anything with a good beat. How can you incorporate that love into writing? William Bryant Rozier does just that with his students, and he’s captured the process!
MTSS is a fairly new acronym to many educators, so we rewind a few years in the educational world to discuss some familiar items and where MTSS originated. We will discuss educational experts’ 4 Essential Questions, discuss the importance of PLCs, and dig a little deeper into the academic portion of MTSS. The blog is set up to help facilitate conversations in your building, and help develop a cohesive framework to put your MTSS strategies on paper.
Often Instructional Coaches work alone in a building which is very different from being a classroom teacher. Former Instructional Coach & current Keep Indiana Learning Professional Learning Specialist Jessica Miller shares lessons she learned from her coaching days.
Every content area has iconic and powerful pictures. How can we use those to spark curiosity & thinking? Librarian Colette Huxford-Kinnett shares the See~Think~Wonder strategy which can be used across grades & content areas.
How can Early Childhood Educators best support their multi-language learners? Kristin Parisi shares multiple practical and easily implemented strategies!
Data can feel overwhelming to school counselors with hundreds of students on their roster. How can it be broken down to be approachable to collect and easy to use? Samantha Vidal provides tips in part 1 of her series.