6 Creative back-to-school activities for teachers

Even during the summer, educators are always thinking about returning to school, particularly when it comes to back-to-school activities. Learning never stops, whether engaged in […]

Anxiety and learning: What you need to know [Kessler]

Anxiety and learning: What you need to know — from raisinglifelonglearners.com by Colleen Kessler Excerpt: An anxious kid is an anxious kid and that anxiety […]

Reflections on “States Crack Open the Door to Teachers Without College Degrees” [Will]

States Crack Open the Door to Teachers Without College Degrees — from edweek.org by Madeline Will Excerpt: As states brace for the potential for starting […]

Data literacy skills: what they are and how do we teach them to our students?

We have access to more information than ever before. As the world has dealt with transitions in how we live, learn, and work, everyone has […]

Brief reflections on “Brands Are Already Making Millions in the Metaverse. Here’s What Business Owners Need To Know.” [Sherry]

Brands Are Already Making Millions in the Metaverse. Here’s What Business Owners Need To Know. — from inc.com by Ben Sherry Entrepreneurs who follow Gen-Z […]

Mindful Leadership for Change [Midles]

Mindful Leadership for Change — from gettingsmart.com by Rebecca Midles Key Points This blog builds upon Framing and Designing the How. It digs into strategies […]

It’s Time to Rethink the ‘One Teacher, One Classroom’ Model [Chen & Banchero]

It’s Time to Rethink the ‘One Teacher, One Classroom’ Model — from edweek.org by Irene Chen & Stephanie Banchero How to build a happier and […]

5 Activities to teach your students how to spot fake news

How to spot fake news? These two words have trended in the last decade as a way of describing news and information that is false. […]

10 Arguments for Inciting Learning [Davidson & Katopodis]

10 Arguments for Inciting Learning — from insidehighered.com by Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis Active learning has been clearly shown to be more effective […]

3 reading activities with a creative twist [Burns]

3 reading activities with a creative twist — from classtechtips.com by Dr. Monica Burns The post 3 reading activities with a creative twist [Burns] first […]

Is the use of virtual instructors going to be used to fill any lasting vacancies within K12? [Christian]

From DSC: Is the use of virtual instructors going to be used more to fill vacancies within K12? Hmmm…time will tell.  By the way, I […]

If you think teaching is easy, check out these two lists of accommodations!

Accommodations for students with ADHD — from thetechedvocate.org by Matthew Lynch Accommodations for students with Dyspraxia — from thetechedvocate.org by Matthew Excerpt: Dyspraxia, also known […]

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