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Lesson Design: Beginning, Middle, and End Objectives, Not Just Activities

Want a framework for designing great lessons? This post provides a research-based structure for the beginning, middle, and end to your lessons.

H. L.
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Vocabulary Acquisition Strategies: What Will Work in Your Classroom

Vocabulary skills are the keys to learning in any subject. Hear different strategies for making sure students both remember and understand vocabulary words.

Alexis Roesser
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4 Next-Level Ways to Use Schoology You'll Want to Try

Learn creative ways that Schoology's LMS can be used for educational purposes beyond what it was designed for from this Education Technology Integration Coach.

Lane Halterman
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How to Use Schoology for Staff Observation and Evaluation Part 3

In this video, Rod dives into the data he's collected and shares how he uses Schoology's Mastery Reporting feature to determine how he needs to move forward to improve learning experiences.

Dylan Rodgers
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How to Use Schoology for Staff Observation and Evaluation Part 2

This time in Part II, Rod shows us how he conducts his evaluation. He runs through an example where he's using rubrics while actively observing instructors.

Dylan Rodgers
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How to Use Schoology for Staff Observation and Evaluation Part 1

Learn how Rod Kirby, the Academic Dean of Cherokee Christian School uses Schoology to observe and evaluate his teachers in his school.

Dylan Rodgers
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How To Give Difficult Feedback To Students, Parents, and Peers

Giving difficult feedback is a challenging but necessary part of education. Learn best practices on giving feedback to students, parents, and peers.

Lauren Davis
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Project-Based Learning: Benefits, Examples, and Resources

What is project-based learning? What are the benefits? How do you get started? So many questions answered in this post. Check it out.

Robert Schuetz
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Administrative Tips for Being Productive Over Breaks Without Losing Your Mind

Trying to stay on top of administrative tasks when you should be recharging can make your break both unproductive and restless. Here's how to do the opposite.

H. L.
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How Students Benefit From Project-Based Assessments (With Examples)

Learn the benefits of project-based assessments and examples on how to implement them in your classrooms.

Elizabeth Trach