Why Strong Leaders Use Sugar Instead of Vinegar

Danny Brassell was a new teacher and he really didn’t know what to do with seven-year-old Belinda. She was the smallest kid in his classroom and it was hard to imagine she could be as much trouble as she was proving to be. More >>

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Leadership on a Budget

As an educator, we’ve all used our own money to buy supplies for our classrooms, prizes for points earned, or workshops and classes to train us to be better at our job. It’s part of what we do as committed teachers and administrators. More >>

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Improving our schools: From Promise, to Practice

Turn on the radio, and you’ll hear Andy Williams sing about how it’s the most wonderful time of the year—thanks in large part to the parties, sweet treats and festivities of the holiday season. But as a middle school science teacher for the past 10 ... More >>

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Old School vs. New School Perspectives on Leadership

Being an educator is a true calling.  It takes a passion for education and a love of community to become the educator-leader needed for successful learning environments. Assuming this leadership role is no easy feat and administrators are the backbo... More >>

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BALANCING Leadership & Management for Principals

A Principal’s Impact My first teaching day looked like this: huge high school, one of 19 English teachers — yours truly was the only male in the department — and 174 sophomores on my roster.  More >>

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PowerGistics Towers for a seamless transition in modern classrooms

PowerGistics Towers simplify secure charging and storage of iPads, Chromebooks, and Laptops alike. More >>

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To develop these pathways, one must be mindful of opportunities and strategies that can provide continued professional growth and development in areas of interest. In order to pick the best route, the first step is to identify current and future goa... More >>

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3 Reasons It’s Time To Pursue An Advanced Degree In Stem Education

“The answer is effective interdisciplinary STEM professional development for educators,” says Jennifer Albert, Ph.D., director of the STEM Center of Excellence at The Citadel. More >>

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