School & Community Leadership
Ashley has found an impactful way to make learning relevant & engaging by helping students see the larger community surrounding the school. Students of all ages could build their philanthropic spirit with some of these ideas!
There are countless non-profit organizations which support students with programming just outside of the school’s traditional scope. Beth Benedix provides a peek behind the curtain of a Hoosier non-profit.
This blog series will cover innovative ways to implement content in CTE courses. I will discuss the curriculum standards met, how I implemented the curriculum into my classroom, and the overall feedback from the students.
Do you have a new teacher on your team or in your hall? Learn why reaching out will benefit you both and get ideas for how to do it well, even if you don’t have tons of time.
As a first-year administrator, Tonya has learned several valuable lessons. Leading a building of educators and students is a privilege. Yet, schools have changed drastically in the last few years so leadership must change as well. Tonya shares three main lessons she learned after transitioning into the role of Assistant Principal.
Educators know the power in learning from others. What can we learn from student-run business leaders who are further down the path?