for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
With the direction technology is taking our culture as a whole, it has become even more important to offer ongoing professional development opportunities to your faculty and staff. Sometimes, however, professional development only seems to take a forward-looking perspective.
Videos aren’t just limited to your website or YouTube. Instagram, Snapchat and other video distribution channels provide additional ways for your school community, and the world, to see your work and student productions. Here are a few ideas to ensure your content hits the mark.
Technology budgets are sometimes hard to come by. And when you have them, you have to decide where you allocate funds for new technology as well as updates to existing technology. Here are a few ways you can make the most of your technology budget next year.
Not everyone is convinced that a classroom is a place where technology makes sense, and that can be a struggle for administrators who want to move swiftly down a new digital path inside the classroom. If you have challenges convincing your faculty to make the switch, here’s some help.
With so many priorities on your to-do list, the school website might get pushed to the back page. If you’re one of those educators who don’t have the time or the team to dedicate to your website, here are five specific areas that you, at least, should always be checking.
You thought the idea of starting a blog was a good one. You had all the right intentions. But the last time you checked, your most recent post was from more than six months ago. Oops. Try using these tips to ensure that your blog stays up to date and engaging.