FROM THE EDITOR - Winter 2014

We've had a great deal of discussion about the main topic in this issue, The Future of Education Technology . We believe having some insight into the future is essential. As administrators, you are ... Read More...

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The Business of Your School

There are times I know I would have loved being an Assistant Superintendent for Business Services. The numbers usually add up at the end of the day and you can go home and not worry whether a student... Read More...

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Redefining the F-Word in the Business of Education

Jostens Renaissance, begun in 1984, has enabled me to ask three very simple questions to hundreds of thousands of parents, students, staffulty, and adults as well as members of our communities: “Have... Read More...

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Meet Mindfulness: The Student Self-Help Trend Sweeping the Country

Finally, we may have a trend sweeping the country that won’t turn your classroom upside down. In fact, it might help keep or turn your classroom right side up. Mindfulness is a desirable, posit... Read More...

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Psst! Your Writing Instruction Is of Little Consequence

On matters of consequence, the little prince had ideas which were very different from those of the grown-ups. -Antoine de Saint Exupéry        On one of his many adventures, the... Read More...

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Better Teaching: Fractions and the Common Core

The Common Core elementary math standards place substantial emphasis on fractions. Indeed between grades 3 and 6, more than 40 standards relate to fractions.           ... Read More...

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Project-Based Classrooms Help Students Become Active Learners

With lackluster outcomes and persistent achievement gaps across the country, how we educate our children and prepare them for the world is under the microscope. It should be a wake-up call that we c... Read More...

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Florida District Finds Technology Help from Unlikely Experts: Its Students

Martin County School District has created the Students Supporting Schools (S3) program, which enhances classroom instruction by offering authentic IT experiences and customer support opportunities fo... Read More...

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Issue 16.3 | Winter 2014

Southeast Education Network

Our Mission: to reinvigorate the spirit of American education

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