Things are getting interesting in Illinois education. I’m not talking about the latest scandal in Chicago or the new govern...
After spending time with urban districts recently, we were reminded of the complexity of the work that superintendents are re...
With the busy conference season right around the corner, here are 12 tips to make your next trip a success!
By: Karla Phillips. The goal of an individualized education plans (IEPs) for students with special needs is finally beginning...
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An interview of former Napa Valley Unified School District Administrator, Dr. Laura Ryan, on why her school district chose Scholastic's READ 180/System 44 to help their struggling readers achieve.
10 months ago by Jennifer Aalgaard
In continuation of Part I of "A Gold Mine of #EdTech Resources," I unearth more EdTech resources I have stored in my mental Rolodex. Or, at least, all that I still use and care to remember.
10 months ago by John Hardison
Middle School READ 180 Teacher shares how she motivates her students to Open a World of Possible in reading by telling her story of how she struggled to build stamina to finish a book.
10 months ago by Guest Author
Sally Doulton shares her experience how visiting schools half way around the world showed her that no matter where you are, Teachers have the power to open students to a world of possible.
11 months ago by Guest Author
A new resource guide from USC Rossier Online provides the ins and outs on the popular hashtag, #EdChat.
11 months ago by Jennifer Aalgaard
Agilix develops innovative learning solutions that enable students and educators to take control of the learning experience. Agilix products include xLi, an eXtensible Learning Infrastructure for Partners and Buzz, a Personalized Learning System for mastery-based learning.
So, in the spirit of Mrs. Kelly, and to kick-off the new school year, I embark on a two-part series of sharing all the edtech resources I have stored in my mental Rolodex. Or, at least, all that I still use and care to remember. Thanks in no small part to all the amazing colleagues who have shared with me throughout my...
11 months ago by John Hardison
The humanities and STEM really do go hand in hand (hence the increased emphasis on STEAM). We also see this content integration throughout schools that incorporate Deeper Learning and Project-Based Learning as foundational approaches to learning.
11 months ago by Bonnie Lathram