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One Size Does Not Fit All

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There are a lot of new dynamic approaches in the education ecosystem, and sometimes they seem to be in conflict with one another.   Some argue...

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...
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Five Tips To Reach Busy Parents

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The most common complaint that educators have when it comes to communicating with families is that parents often ignore information supplied by educators, especially...
A Focus on Evidence

A Focus on Evidence of Learning Boosts Self-Actualization School-Wide

As instructional leaders, we aim for students to self-actualize, set and achieve goals, reflect on learning, become intrinsically motivated, and help peers to self-actualize....

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