Leadership & Goal Setting for Math Learning

Goal setting is an essential part of Instructional Leadership, yet also laden with many difficulties. What do we need to do to create meaningful goals?

A quick tip from RetrievalPractice.org’s e-newsletter today

A quick tip from RetrievalPractice.org’s e-newsletter today: #1: Remember your lesson plan with a 1-minute reflection Can’t remember how a lesson from last semester or last year […]

3 creative ways to Ditch That Essay

What are your most memorable experiences throughout your middle school and high school career? I know, you are thinking about all the exciting and engaging […]

7 ways to ditch those traditional assessments

For a couple of years now I have been wondering if there is a better way to do summative assessments. Typically, in my district, we […]

20 activities to “Bloom” with the new Flipgrid camera

Video is so easy to create in the classroom now. What used to take expensive equipment and advanced know-how can be created in seconds with […]

The GrammarFlip Story: Significant Assessment Improvements in the Flipped ELA Classroom

GrammarFlip took shape in my middle-school English/Language Arts classroom when I was awarded a grant to develop an online curriculum that leveraged the use of […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/5/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: A look at common mistakes in multiple-choice questions, and how to fix them A curated list […]

Participate in our Fall 2019 pilot: InteDashboard™️ online Team-Based Learning platform

  Come to learn about how to participate in our Fall 2019 pilot of InteDashboard™️ online Team-Based Learning platform. InteDashboard™️. It automates the administration process: […]

What’s Grit Got to Do with Learning?

What’s Grit Got to Do with Learning? was previously posted on the AACE Review (Rogers, 2017) In terms of education, ‘grit’ is a combination of […]

Worth Sharing: Opinion | Why Can’t Everyone Get A’s?

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes Excellence is not a zero sum game. I’ve been saying this for YEARS! Source: Opinion | Why Can’t Everyone Get […]

Four research-based strategies every teacher should be using [Gonzalez]

Four research-based strategies every teacher should be using — from cultofpedagogy.com  by Jennifer Gonzalez Excerpt (emphasis DSC): [Per Jennifer] Cognitive scientist Pooja Agarwal and K-12 […]

“Belief in Learning Styles Myth May Be Detrimental” [APA] + 5 other items on the lack of support for learning styles

Belief in Learning Styles Myth May Be Detrimental — from apa.org Many people believe learning styles predict academic and career success, study finds Excerpts: WASHINGTON — […]

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