Category: Professional Development

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How to Get Faculty Buy-in for Your New EdTech Initiative

When staff members drag their feet with technology (or don’t move forward at all), it can be detrimental to the success of your technology initiatives and learning outcomes of students. Here are a few ways to get faculty buy-in and keep some positive momentum.


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3 Ways Educators Should Use Blogs

Blogs open up doors to a world of innovative approaches to classroom instruction, curriculum design and much more. Here are three ways educators can use blogs to encourage creativity, learning and collaboration.


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6 Must-Visit Websites For Every Elementary Educator

Sometimes, having too many choices can make the task of finding online resources a bit challenging. We’ve done some curation for you and picked out our top websites for elementary school educators.


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5 Must-Read Books for School Administrators This Summer

As the summer winds down, hopefully, there’s still some free time on your hands. Before you let the rest of the summer get away from you, there are some great reads you should try to fit into your schedule.


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8 Top Influencers in Edtech

As new technology continues to emerge, the positive benefits it has in K12 education expands to more people who share their unique insights and expertise. Here’s a short list of leading edtech influencers.


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4 Important Questions When Deciding Between Discipline and Teachable Moments

Here are four important questions for reflection, which might help you decide the appropriate course of action, depending on the situation. (Part 3 of 3)


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The Real Differences Between Discipline and Teachable Moments

Both discipline and teachable moments can be helpful. It’s also possible for a disciplinary action to be a teachable moment. (Part 2 of 3)


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Discipline vs. Teachable Moments: Defined

Discipline as punishment is often necessary. Those more flexible situations, however, can afford a ripened opportunity for teachable moments or restorative justice. (Part 1 of 3)