April 8, 2020

Curriculum

Sponsored by World101 and Listenwise and first posted at Cult Of Pedagogy Editor’s Note: This is long and very informative post from Jennifer Gonzalez, so we’ve linked up the main sections below. Quick Navigation Part 1 Head and Heart of Distance Learning – the very real, valid emotional and psychological factors that may be preventing

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April 5, 2020

Learning and Teaching

Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet – these tools have helped many teachers, coaches, principals, and students stay connected during our emergency distance learning with COVID-19. But there are so many more tools that educators can use to simplify communication, engagement, and learning. This list is adapted from and was first posted at readtheory.org. Remind —

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March 20, 2020

Principal Tools

Digital, virtual, and online are where schooling is at right now. We’ve compiled a few online resources here to help principals, school leaders, and teachers. Some of the online resources are free, some are online professional development, and others are online curriculum resources. Online Meetings from Better Leaders Better Schools There’s an entire category of

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January 30, 2020

School Leadership

What Michael Jordan, Sun Tzu, and Zappos Can Teach Us – In this post, Aaron Else shares fundamental leadership lessons on teamwork and offers practical questions to help you find new solutions to old problems. The difference between success and failure is a strong team.    I know, groundbreaking.    However, let’s take a moment and really

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December 19, 2019

Curriculum

What makes a good STEM program? STEM is a real-world curriculum based on problem-solving and design within four specific disciplines: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — in a connected and applied approach. A great STEM program focuses on: The engineering design process. Solving real-world problems. Open-ended exploration of questions and ideas. As for technology, we recommend

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