Interviewing for the Principalship: Nine Possible Questions

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Written by Bill Sterrett As I work with aspiring administrators, I often am asked about potential interview questions that might be asked during the hiring...
7 Characteristics of Effective Education Leaders

7 Characteristics of Effective Education Leaders

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Who in the last twenty years in the world of successful business leaders has truly embodied the idea of leadership better than Steve Jobs?...
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Creating the Culturally Diverse Classroom

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I’ll never forget the day that Leonardo, a high school student, asked the school photographer to “paint him white” when taking a picture of...

Strengthen Newspaper Literacy with this Sample Teaching Strategy

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Why are social studies texts so difficult to read? Five pages into Building Literacy in Social Studies: Strategies for Improving Comprehension and Critical Thinking...

Tips for Configuring Your Classroom for Differentiation

In this video from the PD Online course Differentiated Instruction: Creating an Environment That Supports Learning, Carol Ann Tomlinson offers tips for setting up...

Making These 4 SEL Strategies Work in Your Classroom

Recently there’s been a rise of interest in the need to include Social Emotional Learning (SEL) into the curriculum. This is no surprise due...

Away from Reprimands, Toward Self-Regulation

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Albert Bandura (1986) was not satisfied with what he saw as a simplistic view of learning, based totally on the environment and that which...

Writing and STEM: A Crucial Combination

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When we think about what a scientist or a mathematician looks like, we rarely see a pen or pencil in hand composing a report...

Actively Reading Textbooks

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 Survey, Question, Read, Recite, and Review -- better known as SQ3R -- is a strategy for active reading comprehension. It is particularly useful for textbook chapters, magazine,...

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