Book Excerpt: Intentional and Targeted Teaching: A Framework for Teacher Growth and Leadership

The Framework for Intentional and Targeted Teaching®—or FIT Teaching®—is a research-based, field-tested, and experience-honed approach that captures the essentials of the best educational environments.

Encouraging Student Voice with Project Based Learning

Student Voice is something many people talk about in education right now, but it can be hard to find out how to actually give...
The Importance of Developing Your PLN

The Importance of Developing Your PLN

"What are you looking at?" This is the question that started the formation of my professional learning network (PLN) more than 10 years ago....

Manny Scott on What It Takes to REACH Students

Now a celebrated author, highly sought speaker, and founder of the educational consulting firm INK, Manny Scott remembers a childhood that almost didn't make...

Employing Differentiation in Secondary Language Arts

By Amanda Palmer In 2008, I found myself navigating the uncharted waters of a newly minted high school instructional coach. One morning, an assistant principal stopped...

Personalized Professional Development: Moving from “Sit and Get” to “Stand and Deliver”

By Allison Rodman The scene is all too familiar—teachers return from summer and file neatly into auditorium rows or cafeteria tables, ready to hear “the...

Building Social-Emotional Learning Skills Through Cooperative Learning

By Stephanie Knight It seems as though the kids who enter my classroom have more needs than ever before. Sure, they need the three Rs,...

#BringingJoyBack: Remember Your Why!

As summer comes to a close and your report date gets closer, this is the perfect opportunity for you to slow down and remember your why. Why did you enter the teaching profession?

Learn to Listen: Discover the Heart and Soul of School Culture

By Mike Janatovich “A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.” —Gandhi As I read and reflect on Gandhi’s quote, I...

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