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Book Review: Otherful by Mike Kleba & Ryan O’Hara

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Eric Nentrup shares a book review of Otherful, an exceptional book helping administrators demonstrate their confidence in their crew and creating a sound, trusting culture in your building.

Shining the Competency Education Light on Education in the Time of Covid19

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COVID-19 has created the conditions for a radical transformation in our schools. Chris discusses how personalized, mastery-based, competency, and proficiency-based approaches help teachers and schools.

Recalibrating Your Teacher Mindset

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By: Meghan Raftery. Meghan discusses reframing the approach to teaching and looking through the lens of curiosity.

What Self-Reflection, Peer Evaluation, and Assessment Looks Like in Action in Early Elementary

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By: Jenny Pieratt. The Founder and President of CraftED Curriculum tackles how to begin teaching self-reflection, peer evaluation, and assessment in early elementary.

Design Thinking PLCs: An Innovative Approach to Teacher Collaboration

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By: M. Niehoff. Professional Learning Communities have become standard in most schools. Author Brett Taylor's new book discusses design thinking PLCs.

Improving Curriculum Mapping through Collaboration, Stakeholder Voice and Resources

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By: Charlotte Barnett. Charlotte discusses enhancing academic rigor and building up a Career and Technical Education (CTE) education program through digital platforms.

Hard Reset: What Will Be New Post Pandemic

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As the emergency brake was pulled on the economy last week, almost everything shut down. Many were laid off, others are trying to figure out how to work from home. The disruption is establishing new baselines in work, learning, healthcare, and governance. In fact, it’s a hard reset on everything.

The Impact Of A Pandemic: What To Do As A Parent And What Will Happen In Higher Ed

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By: Michael Horn In the midst of all of the many challenges we are now facing, online resources, parent guides, and helpful hints are needed now more than ever. Remember - just as there is no one best way to educate a child, there is no one best course of action amidst this crisis. You’ll need to find the right way forward in your circumstance for your family.

D.C. Students Learn New Skills In An Old Building: Washington Leadership Academy

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In a century-old building that once housed a seminary in northeast Washington, D.C. is a great college prep high school. It’s a bit “Oxford on the outside, Google on the inside.

25 Books for Educators to Explore

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25 books written by educators of different backgrounds and experiences for educators to explore a variety of topics.

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