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Free Tech for the Classroom
January 13, 2015 6:00 AM | Tagged as saving time, saving your school money, school goals, Teaching ideas

In this hi-tech age, most administrators and teachers agree that technology can be a huge asset in the classroom. We also know, though, that tech devices and services can be very expensive. The more we come to depend on them over time, the more that cost affects our school’s finances. We’ve come to a crossroads where we know we need to keep technology in the classroom to educate our ... Read more

Posted By Anna Nolan
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Bring Computer Science Education Week to Your School
December 2, 2014 6:00 AM | Tagged as celebrations, Teaching ideas

In today’s computer-driven world, educators and high-tech businesses worldwide continually strive to encourage youth to explore computer science-related degrees and careers. In order to keep up with the demand for tech-knowledgeable professionals, Google, Microsoft, CollegeBoard, National Science Teachers Association, and a host of other partners have teamed up on Computer Science ... Read more

Posted By Abby Herman
Posted in Education, School Events, student success | 0 Replies

Diabetes Awareness Month: Does Your School Protect and Prevent?
November 18, 2014 12:00 AM | Tagged as celebrations, family, family life, holidays

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, making it a great time for your school to examine how the disease affects your students and their families. How well do you care for diabetic students while they’re on campus? Are you doing your part to help prevent childhood diabetes by offering plenty of chances for your students to make healthy food choices and get enough physical activity while ... Read more

Posted By Anna Nolan
Posted in Education, Holidays, School Events | 0 Replies

Celebrating Red Ribbon Week
October 23, 2014 6:00 AM | Tagged as celebrations, family, holidays, PR for schools, school safety, Teaching ideas

October 19-25 is Red Ribbon Week, an opportunity for administrators and teachers to help raise awareness and provide prevention resources to support families and communities in raising healthy, drug-free children and youth. According to the National Family Partnership (NFP), the organization that sponsors the event, the theme for 2014 is ... Read more

Posted By Anna Nolan
Posted in Education, family, Holidays | 0 Replies

How to Approach the Controversy of Columbus Day
October 19, 2014 5:00 PM | Tagged as holidays, Teaching ideas

Columbus Day is probably one of our nation’s most controversial holidays. For many, the day three small ships carrying European sailors “discovered” the Western Hemisphere is hardly a day for celebration. Many of us were raised on myths surrounding Christopher Columbus’s historical journey. When we strip these myths away, the event is said to mark the beginning of an era ... Read more

Posted By Anna Nolan
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Take a Field Trip - Virtually
October 9, 2014 12:00 PM | Tagged as saving time, saving your school money

Field trips are a great way to get students’ attention and let them apply the skills they learned in the classroom or see what they’ve learned in action. However, the cost and logistics of the traditional field trip makes it less than desirable for many teachers and schools.

Enter the virtual field trip. Teachers can take their students on a trip anywhere around the ... Read more

Posted By Abby Herman
Posted in Education, student success, Teaching Tips | 0 Replies

Teaching Kids About Election Process
September 16, 2014 9:00 AM | Tagged as family, family life, saving time, school communication, school leadership

Election season, with all its partisanship, ad campaigns (positive and negative), and heated debates, is upon us. It’s only natural for educators to ask, “How does this affect our school?”

Administrators and teachers all have their own political opinions, but most would agree that where your students are concerned, it’s important to take a largely non-political ... Read more

Posted By Anna Nolan
Posted in Education, Educational Leadership, Teaching Tips | 0 Replies

Are Your Kindergarteners (and their parents) Ready?
July 15, 2014 12:00 PM | Tagged as Communication, family, family life, parent communication, parenting communication, school goals

For young students and their parents, kindergarten is a big step. Whether or not students have taken part in preschool programs leading up to that first day, new kindergarteners arrive in anticipation of the official start of their school career. They’re big kids now! They’ll show up with shiny new backpacks, lunchboxes, and crayons; but have parents done their due diligence in ... Read more

Posted By Anna Nolan
Posted in Education, family, student success | 0 Replies

6 Quick Tips: Live Your Vision Statement
April 1, 2014 12:00 AM | Tagged as Communication, districts, employee communication, organization, parent communication, parenting communication, PR for schools, school communication, school goals, school leadership

Do you have a mission and vision statement for your school or district? Could you recite it right now (without peeking)? Could your teachers or students? If not, there’s really no reason to have a mission or vision statement. If the stakeholders at your school—you, your staff, the students—don’t know what the school is all about and where it is going, there’s ... Read more

Posted By Abby Herman
Posted in Education, Educational Leadership | 0 Replies

Grow Teacher Leaders
December 17, 2013 4:00 PM | Tagged as districts, saving your school money, school leadership

Why did you go into education? To lead others? To make an impact on children? Did you know as you embarked on your education career that you’d one day be a superintendent or principal?

While many administrators knew they’d eventually lead a school or school district, others never had this ideal in their sights. A number of administrators even miss the personal interaction ... Read more

Posted By Abby Herman
Posted in Education, Educational Leadership | 0 Replies

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