True collegial groups among teachers, in any context, still remain the exception and not the norm in many schools — especially for online teachers.
In our last post on instructional leadership, we touched on the issue of professional development (PD) and the necessity of providing online teachers with ongoing training, support, and PD. This post will expand on the critical importance of PD for new online teachers and ongoing PD for all online teachers.
New year’s resolution? Earn SCECHs for reading blogs, listening to podcasts, and participating in Twitter chats
Teachers, I’d like to introduce you to my new friend, 2019. We’ve just met, but I have the feeling we’re going to get along splendidly.
When it comes to our students, we strive to foster growth mindsets and implement competency-based learning in our classrooms. But when it comes to our own professional development, we
I’m not ashamed to admit it — I’m 34, married with three children and I still like to play video games. While the Sega Genesis
My colleagues, Kelli Hixon and Stacey Schuh, regularly facilitate blended learning regional events across the state. In most cases, they’ve partnered up with intermediate school
Throughout my childhood, I had teachers I connected with in a way I will never forget, while others have faded in my memories. What is the extra “something” those teachers possess? I think I’ve finally figured it out.
Exploring a blended learning project from start to finish.
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