FROM THE EDITOR - Winter 2013

We’ve reached the midpoint of a remarkable year in education. In this issue, you’ll find resources that will help you meet your challenges for the remainder of this year and well into the 2014 – 2015... Read More...

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Rigor for students with special needs

Author’s Note: A special thank you to Brad Witzel, my co-author on Rigor for Students with Special Needs, who was instrumental in the completion of this article. Approximately three to six perce... Read More...

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TENACITY is not the same as PERSISTENCE

Persistence is doing something again and again until it works. It sounds like “pestering” for a reason. Tenacity is using new data to make new decisions to find new pathways to find new ways to... Read More...

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Your guide to High Tech and No Tech teacher professional development

I love technology. I am what geeks call an early adopter, the person who tries the newest technology before others even hear about it. But, I am also a teacher, and while the brave new world of elect... Read More...

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MANAGING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT EFFORTS For a school improvement initiative to succeed, education leaders must do more than adopt a new program and train staff.

The push for college and career readiness for all students, educator evaluations tied to student growth, and the turnaround of our lowest-performing schools has resulted in a myriad of new programs a... Read More...

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SUCCESSFUL Professional Development

If you want your professional development (PD) to be successful, make these three powerful tweaks: Know the needs of your teachers. Support the professional development. Provi... Read More...

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The GENIUS of a LEARNING ORGANIZATION A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE FOR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Recently, I found myself humming along to a familiar tune, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.” For the life of me I could not remember the artist. So I took the time to look it up on the intent. To my surprise,... Read More...

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The benefits of online PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

There is no doubt that the number of teachers participating in online professional development is on the rise. The same principles that make 21st century teaching and learning engaging to students is... Read More...

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FROM THE EDITOR - Winter 2013
Rigor for students with special needs
TENACITY is not the same as PERSISTENCE
Your guide to High Tech and No Tech teacher professional development
MANAGING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT EFFORTS
SUCCESSFUL Professional Development
The GENIUS of a LEARNING ORGANIZATION
The benefits of online PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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Late Developing Executive Function
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Early learners, full speed ahead:
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