Effectively addressing complaints and concerns at the district level can be time-consuming enough to distract from innovations in actual learner experiences, which in most cases should be a higher priority. In this post, we look at a tool that can help.
The Blended and Personalized Learning Conference today released a report highlighting key strategies for refining and enriching innovative ways to practice student-centered teaching and learning at the district, school and classroom level.
By: Sara Chou. School district IT staff are evolving from just being the technology gatekeepers within an institution to being the technology enablers that help address the business needs of each department within a school district. Learn more here.
PeopleAdmin today announced a partnership with Tableau to allow K-12 educators and administrators to apply analytics to attract, identify, hire, develop, and manage highly qualified teachers and staff.
Even having a clear goal--the improvement of education for all students--does not mean that change will always be easy. Here are six lessons I have learned through difficult, messy and at times painful opportunities to deliver change.
By: Andrea Friend and Stacey Ryan. Here are four tips to ensure your newest edtech purchase is something educators can and actually will use in the classroom this year.
In an effort to address common issues and challenges with K-12 finances, a former middle-school teacher gathered a team together to create this financial app for school and district leaders to help them make better decisions for students.
By: Dr. Art Fessler. For project-based learning to reach its full potential, teachers must learn to step back and be facilitators in the classroom. Here are my three best practices as a superintendent to effectively support educators in a PBL environment.