By: Natalie Truong. Ensuring success for English language learner students requires challenging commonly held assumptions of teaching and learning for this student population. Instruction should be focused on how ELL students learn best and personalized to meet each learner where they are.
Explore the difference between managed instruction and next generation learning, and learn ten elements of comprehensive solutions to the challenge of helping chief academic officers reframe their work.
By: Eric Nentrup. Superintendent Noreen Bush and the Cedar Rapids Community School District discuss how they managed setbacks over the past year and maintained a mindset to keep moving forward.
Sarasota County Schools shares their journey to creating a strong data culture by partnering with Curriculum Associates, following six key steps, and maintaining commitment and accountability from all stakeholders.
By: Katie Martin and Devin Vodicka. In this article, Katie and Devin identify some of the most-broadly adopted methods developed by educators to differentiate support and improve learning design.
By: Paul Teske and Sarah Brown Wessling. Video can enhance learning in a variety of ways including teaching new content, differentiation, scaffolds and support, and management.
Kelly answers the question of "what is curriculum in 2020?" and how that must correlate to outcomes that matter to students and to their futures.
By: Renee A. Foose, Ed.D. The Howard County Public School System built a World Language Program its so students can enter today’s increasingly globalized world with in-demand, marketable skills and the cultural competency for college and careers.
The majority of teachers have experienced bad PD, but many can also name an instance that actually worked for their practice and improved learning for their students. In this post, we look at six aspects of PD that can be reworked to provide more beneficial PD experiences.
Another Sputnik is being launched in Russia, this time in educational transformation and the promise of student excellence.