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Jo Prusha 16h
Join IA Educators & as we share how Collaborative Leadership is evident w/in IA schools & learn from on how we can ALL impact our student learning experiences
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Making Your Own Opportunities: "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." (Thomas Edison) Ask yourself, "What steps do I need to take to create my own opportunities?"
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IowaASCD Feb 20
Curriculum Leadership Academy - Day 2 features Andrea Stewart with "Connecting CBE and Personalized Learning" followed by presentations from districts across the state - Collaborative Leadership -
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IowaASCD Feb 20
Curriculum Leadership Academy features Peter DeWitt on Thursday, April 19, with "Influences That Matter Most" - register at
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NCTE Feb 19
Do you collaborate with the librarian at your school? If you don’t already, this article from English Language Quarterly will convince you that it’s time to start and provide tips to help make it a successful partnership.
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MIND Research Feb 20
Interview with Dr. Carol Dweck, Stanford researcher sharing her findings on growth mindset by
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Pasi Sahlberg Feb 19
"Teaching is the most important of all professions. Sort that out, and social problems will get sorted out," Sir Ridley Scott said upon being awarded a Bafta fellowship by Prince William last night.
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Allison Zmuda Feb 19
Dispositions like thinking interdependently, striving for accuracy, and thinking flexibly are crucial to a person’s success in school and life.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Feb 20
To get the brain fully moving, we must first get the body moving.
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Jim Knight Feb 19
We are refining our forms for gathering feedback in classrooms, and looking for people (especially coaches and principals) to try them out and give us feedback. If you're interested, please email us at hello@instructionalcoaching.com
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Allison Zmuda Feb 19
Are you looking to make a physical change in your classroom in order to support instructional change? Some considerations to get you off on the right foot:
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Teaching Channel Feb 19
"Students who received multiple field trips experienced significantly greater gains on their standardized test scores after the first year than did the control students."
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Visible Learning Feb 19
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IowaASCD Feb 20
Day by Day: "How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives." (Annie Dillard) Appreciate what is happening to you today - enjoy whatever life holds for you today.
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IowaASCD Feb 19
Smile: Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile an be the source of your joy." (Thich Nhat Hanh) Remind yourself to smile today - often! See what happens!
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Allison Zmuda Feb 18
Talk about personalized learning and you will undoubtedly be met with a number of “yes, but …” statements. It sounds like a pipe dream, but it is reality in many places throughout the country and can be a reality at your school.
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IowaASCD Feb 18
Difficult Times: "I ask not for a lighter burden but for broader shoulders." (Jewish Proverb) We all learn a lot from the most difficult times in our lives. You are a stronger person as a result.
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Pasi Sahlberg Feb 17
YESTERDAY'S POLL (210 votes): I think smartphones in primary and middle schools should... - be banned 72% - not be banned 28% What do you think?
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Solution Tree Feb 16
In order to maximize the growth of collaborative teams in a professional learning community (PLC), the influence and support of a coach is a foundational element to success:
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Jill Siefken Feb 17
Homework: decades of careful research studies have shown only negative outcomes for elementary kids and glancing, temporary ones for certain high schoolers
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