Weave Together Perfect Professional Development

TCEA is more than just an event, it’s a community. That’s why our annual TCEA Convention & Exposition is designed to create a professional development […]

I am Serving my Audience or I am Not

The days of compulsory attendance of professional learning have ended. Well, maybe not completely yet, but we should act as if they have. You should […]

Go Ahead, Become A “Certified Educator”

My workgroup encourages teachers in our district to become certified in educational technology tools that our district purchases.  We encourage certification in Nearpod, NewsELA, ThingLink, […]

Relationship-Building Tips for Instructional Coaches

Building strong relationships with those you coach is one of the most important things an instructional coach can do. In this blog, I mentioned how […]

Earn Your GT Hours at TCEA 2020

Educators know that each student learns differently. And today, many teachers specialize in a number of important areas, like providing enriched learning experiences to gifted […]

Coaching for Results, Part 1: Exploring Coaching Models

““When schools lack an articulated coaching model, confusion reigns and a precious resource is wasted,” say authors Diane Sweeney and Ann Mausbach. Finding the right […]

Who Belongs at TCEA 2020? You, of Course

Each year, thousands of educators, from district administrators to classroom teachers, meet at TCEA’s annual Convention & Exposition. They come to discover the latest trends […]

Technology Leadership Summit: Solutions for Your District

The expertise and leadership of chief technology officers and other district leaders is invaluable in today’s schools. Front-line educators, students, parents, community members, and administrators […]

Become a Pace Setter: Google EDU in 90 Seconds

Keeping up with the constant changes in technology can be difficult. According to a Gartner survey, keeping up with the pace of change ranks as […]

Find Solutions at the Campus Technology Specialist Academy

As ed tech experts on your campus, technology specialists spend their time, effort, and expertise helping other front-line educators develop the skills they need to […]

Three Questions for Instructional Coaching

Working with educators to improve teaching and learning is an amazing job. It’s full of promise and friendship and possibilities. But it can also be […]

Reflections: The Jigsaw Method in My Workshop

“I was using jigsaw with my students before,” said the science teacher at a private school. “Now that I know its effect size, I’m going […]

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