From the Editor-in Chief

The new school year is always a good time to make a fresh start in so many ways. Here, at SEEN , we thought one of the most basic ways to make a fresh start and an impact at the beginning of the sch... Read More...

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Empower Your Students to Survive an Active Shooting The H.E.R.O. Program is designed for public schools, charter schools, private schools, after school programs and community organizations.

Based on the increase in violent events threatening the children in our country, it is evident there is a pressing need for a survivability program that can be taught in a non-threatening manner to c... Read More...

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Engaging Families

This last week I received a tee shirt from a friend. Across the front were the words ALLEGEDLY RETIRED. That’s very true for me. When I left my position as superintendent of a county school system, I... Read More...

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A Clean Slate for the New School Year

Don’t confuse me with the facts; my mind is already made up! How many times have you seen someone act as if they’re thinking that?  Read More...

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Starting the New Year with a Positive Perception of Change

When starting a new school year, every administrator thinks about how to bring about positive change. We hear a lot about making data-driven decisions, and yes, I’ll bet every school district waits f... Read More...

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STRENGTHENING Family-School Partnerships

When my children started elementary school, my wife and I wanted to make sure their school had all the tools and resources needed to help them and their classmates succeed. We didn’t have all th... Read More...

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A Guide to Difficult Conversations

As educators we are, by the nature of our work, faced with many opportunities to have difficult conversations. These occur with students, with parents, and sometimes even with each other.  Our job is... Read More...

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Building Relationships with Students who have Experienced Trauma

What is trauma? How may trauma affect my student’s academic performance? What can I do as a teacher to help students who have experienced trauma? What are ACEs and how do they affect my students? The... Read More...

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From the Editor-in Chief
Empower Your Students to Survive an Active Shooting
Engaging Families
A Clean Slate for the New School Year
Starting the New Year with a Positive Perception of Change
STRENGTHENING Family-School Partnerships
A Guide to Difficult Conversations
Building Relationships with Students who have Experienced Trauma
Family Intervention
The Possibilities of Mutualism
How Safe are our Schools?
It’s Time to Get Serious about School Safety
Modernizing Security on Campus
Ensure Your Risk Assessment Is More Assessment Than Risks
Up to Code
Facility Repairs & Improvements
CHANGES IN FALL SPORTS:
Physical Inactivity in America
What's for Lunch?
Back To School Product Review
Active Parental Engagement
Augmented Reality
Technology in the Classroom:
Why is Early Literacy ESSENTIAL?
Teaching Main Idea Comprehension
The Data Story
Writing in Today’s World
CREATING THE SCHOOLS OUR CHILDREN NEED
Your Curriculum May Not Be Aligned, And You May Not Know It
7 Reasons to Attend Graduate School
Landmark College:
EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS
Why Conferences Are Still Important for Professional Development
2019 Conference Planner
The Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame
National Rights Museum Chronicles Civil Rights Movement
Immerse Your Students In the Royal Faire!
Henricus Historical Park
TURN YOUR FIELD TRIP UPSIDE DOWN AT KENTUCKY KINGDOM AND HURRICANE BAY!
History’s All Around You in Clarksville, Tenn
Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum preserves Parks’ lasting legacy
Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad
In The French Quarter, Every BODY has a Story to Tell!

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