An initial look at a conference program can lead attendees to become (in the words of a former colleague) “paralyzed by the possibilities.” There are just so many sessions we’d like to attend that it’s hard to choose. At a
Leaders must be the type who look at the glass as half-full versus half-empty. Why? People need to be inspired, and they will only feel inspired if their leader is positively disposed — and joyful. A leader inclined to be
College can be expensive, and most of us look to financial aid to pay for education. Early and correct submission of the FAFSA form can help your students afford college. Bring the FAFSA application into the classroom with these ideas.
What do your students see when they look in the mirror? Do they see someone worthwhile or someone who will never be good enough? While it isn’t your responsibility to dig into the nuances of every student’s self-perception, you can
Take a look at this question: How do modern novels represent the characteristics of humanity? If you were tasked with answering it, what would your first step be? Would you scribble down your thoughts — or would you Google it?
2016 got off to a fast start in education technology. Here’s a look at products, services and offerings profiled this month in SmartBrief on EdTech’s weekly Tech Showcase, in no particular order: New course introduces middle school students to coding
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