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How Teachers Can Be Their Own Best Coaches

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By Dr. Kandace Bethea. Dr. Bethea a Superintendent in a rural school district discusses how she has retained teachers by building a culture of positive and creative self-reflection using video.

What We’ve Learned From Two Years of Piloting Formative Assessment

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By: Katy Escandell and Dr. Lisa Goodnow. After reflecting on the first two years working to establish formative assessment practices in some of their district's classrooms, two Austin ISD district leaders look ahead to sustaining the culture.

Learning and Growing as Educators On A Busy Schedule

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There are many options and resources available to educators for continuing learning. In this post, we share insights from Rachelle Dene Poth that show it simply takes thinking about an area you would like to learn more about, exploring one of the choices and giving it a try.

Podcast: Exploring Inquiry with Kimberly Mitchell

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By: Getting Smart Staff. On today's podcast, Kimberly Mitchell speaks about her new book, Experience Inquiry: 5 Powerful Strategies, 50 Practical Experiences, that explores five strategies any teacher or parent can use to promise inquiry and curiosity.

Teacher Appreciation Week: Creating a Culture of Appreciation

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By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. During National Teacher Appreciation Week, Erin and Kristen invite us to recognize the importance of honoring teachers and their meaningful work.

Bootcamps: A Viable Alternative to College

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By: Anthony Wood. Teaching hard and soft skills in a fraction of the time and for a fraction of the price of a four-year college, bootcamps can be an attractive alternative for learners and employers alike.

Podcast: Rethinking Educator Preparation: Experiential, Connected, Applied

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Kelly Conn and Cherese Childers-McKee, two science graduates found their passion for teaching and together at Northeastern University, are helping to transform educator preparation.

Sparks of Knowledge to Ignite Ed Research

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By: Saro Mohammed. The Learning Accelerator unveils a new monthly series, IgnitED Research, offering research-based units focused on evidence-based blended and personalized practices with relevance to teaching and learning in the classroom.

Podcast: Iveta Brigis on Talent Development

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The Getting Smart team explores talent development with Iveta Brigis, Commissioner for California’s Little Hoover Commission and previously Human Resources business partner at Google.

How School Administrators Can Support and Promote Formative Assessment

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By: Susan Villani. As teachers develop formative assessment-focused lesson plans and structures that enable students to increasingly become responsible for their own learning, administrators must give teachers the support and flexibility they need to rethink their approach.

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