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6 Ways School Leaders Can Use TxLx Resources for Learner-Centered Summer Programs

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With summer right around the corner, Devin Vodicka shares resources from the Texas Learning Exchange and how leaders and educators can use them to support planning and implementation of learner-centered summer programs.

The Story of Transforming A System: Spring Grove Schools

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By: Gina Meinertz. Globally, school systems are in need of shifting power, practices, and tradition to a more student-centered learning model.

What I Missed (Or Even Got Wrong)

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A middle school in Santa Fe invited 120 students who were not thriving in remote learning back into school and volunteers served as tutors and coaches.

Getting Smart Town Hall Recap: Microschools Can Lead To Macro Change

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Last week, we hosted our April Getting Smart Town Hall, Microschools Can Lead to Macro Change. This event touched on the many ways in which microschools have come to the fore through the last year and how oftentimes they enable schools to be more agile, more personalized and more effective.

Safety Loss: Using the Social Engagement System to Find ‘Felt Safety’

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By: K. Munger & M. Marcus. Providing experiences of emotional safety and support for both educators and students is crucial to restore safety and catalyze learning in the wake of Covid-19.

Helping Teachers Prioritize Social Emotional Learning

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By:  JoJuan Armour. JoJuan shares three approaches to support teachers and allow them to prioritize their own social emotional wellness.

Transforming Student Engagement Through Dialogue: 3 Approaches for Every Classroom

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By: Danielle Isbell & John Sarrouf. Classroom engagement is essential to the long term success of students, and engagement is impacted by pre-established norms and patterns of classroom dynamic. Applying the core principles of Essential Partner’s Dialogic Classroom can transform classroom dynamics (online and in-person) and allow for increased connection, engagement, and communication.

Perfection vs Improvement: The Problem With Expecting Student Perfection

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By: Jane Mueller. The quest for perfection is linked to burnout, anxiety, and stress. Jane shares how the world’s greatest achievers pursue improvement over perfection and what you can do to foster a similar mindset within the classroom.

A Microschool on the Cutting EDGE of Learning

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By: Dr. April Adams & Sara Wickham. A high school reimagines how learners can engage in deep learning on global issues within a microschool.

TLA’s Real-Time Redesign Toolkit Helps Schools Make Practical and Positive Change

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The Learning Accelerator (TLA) shares toolkits that provide learning strategies and guided activities for educators.

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