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6 Parent Communication Tips from One Administrator to Another

Effective parent communication is key for the success of any school or district. Learn six tips from one assistant principal and start communicating more effectively.

H. L.
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Administrators, Build Your Parent Comms Strategy in 3 Steps

Opening the lines of communication with families in K-12 is crucial. Learn how to build the foundation for your communication strategy in 3 steps. 

H. L.
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Leveraging Student Voice for Meaningful Professional Development

Do you know what students can offer by way of professional development? Learn how a student-centered approach isn't just about teaching, but also learning from, your students.

H. L.
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Heutagogy Explained: Self-Determined Learning in Education

What is heutagogy, why is it important, and how do you even pronounce it? Find out here.

Lauren Davis
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5 Key Questions to Ask When Choosing a Digital Curriculum

Digital curricula has changed so much over the years, so making sure to ask the right questions will help you make an informed decision. Here are 5 of those questions.

Kevin Stone
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Lessons Learned From Teaching With Multiple Digital Tools

Teaching with numerous digital tools is a challenge instructors face daily. Learn from this instructor's experience so you don't have to learn these lessons the hard way.

A.J. O'Connell
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7 Ways to Build Communication Soft Skill Training Into Any Assignment

Soft skills are increasingly important for professional success but teaching them isn't always straightforward. Learn seven ways to teach soft skills in any subject.

Melody S. Gee
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Teaching Elementary Students to Code: Where to Start

It's never too early to introduce students to the broad benefits of coding. This guide will give you a first few steps for teaching coding in elementary.

Stephen Rao
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3 Techniques to Master When Bringing Technology into the Classroom

Using old teaching methods with new tools can be a recipe for disappointment for teachers new to technology. But these three techniques will help you be successful.

Mike Smit
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BYOD in Schools: A Beginner's Guide

What is BYOD and how can it help increase technology access in schools? Learn about BYOD, it's advantages, disadvantages, and key considerations here.

Dylan Rodgers