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Evolving Ed

Conquering Access to Wifi and Digital Platform Issues

A significant numbers of school-age children in America do not have access to high-speed internet at home, with further gaps evident based on ethnicity and household income. The good news is that by being aware of these issues, you can take steps to help students, families, and educators alike conquer the problem.

H. L.
Evolving Ed

Starting Your Own Education Podcast— What To Know

Everywhere you turn, it seems like podcasts are finding their way into our everyday lives. Let’s take a look at the ins-and-outs of education podcasts and hopefully tap the potential that these have for the field of education. 

Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D
Evolving Ed

How to Collaborate With Administrators at Other Schools

While collaboration within schools is so important, sometimes principals get overlooked, but it's important to connect with other school administrators and collaborate. 

Kristen Cole
Evolving Ed

10 Creative Ways for Cross Curricular Collaboration

Project-based learning has been around for several years. It is a great technique for giving students real-world problems to solve and issues to discuss while teaching interdisciplinary skills. For some creative ideas for projects and lessons, keep reading!

Kristen Cole
Evolving Ed

Entrepreneurship in Education: Building the Next Generation of Thinkers and Doers

What if we introduced entrepreneurship to our students and taught the power of ownership in creating ones future to our own classrooms? Let’s explore how you can incorporate different aspects of entrepreneurship into your lessons and to get your students to start thinking about taking control over the direction of their lives. 

Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D
Evolving Ed

How Flexible Seating Encourages Effective Communication Between Students

Flexible seating is a classroom arrangement that allows children to choose where they sit in the room, who to sit next to, and what type of seat they would like to sit in. Keep reading to discover how flexible seating encourages communication between students. 

Kristen Cole
Evolving Ed

Digging Deeper into the Fifth “C”: Integrating Financial Literacy into Your Curriculum

In my previous article, I introduced the idea of the Fifth “C” to 21st century learning as Commer

Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D
Evolving Ed

Financial Literacy Education: The Fifth “C”

As we look to what is the purpose of school and what should students learn in order to be skilled for the jobs of tomorrow, money management and wealth-building should be a part of those discussions. learn why financial literacy is so important and relevant to the students we serve.

Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D
Evolving Ed

Top 10 Educational Leadership Books for Principals

Whether you are brand new to the administration part of education, have been there for quite some time, or are starting at a new school, read some of these educational leadership books to help inspire and prepare you for the upcoming school year.

Kristen Cole
Evolving Ed

5 Reasons Your School Needs Flexible Learning Spaces

Schools all over the world are being more intentional about how they design physical spaces and learning opportunities for their students. The ultimate goal is to provide learning environments that encourage creative, active, and hands-on learning experiences that will prepare students to be thinkers, collaborators, innovators, and problem-solvers now and in the future. 

Andrea Casper