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Category: Classroom Management/Teacher Reasearch

How This Millennial Came To Realize The Value Of Old-School Management – Chris Myers

Youth is a funny thing. No matter how many mentors you have, classes you take, or books you read, you always think you know better. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about business or simply life in general, the young are genetically programmed to reject…

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The 50 Best Ways to Start Improving Education Immediately – Lee Watanabe-Crockett

Consistently revising and improving education for everyone is a journey, not just a goal. With things as vital as great teaching and effective learning, teachers and students can benefit from a positive mindset of constant growth and development. According to Folwell Dunbar, the founder of Fire…

7 Ways to Achieve High Levels of Classroom Productivity – Lee Watanabe-Crockett

When it comes to classroom productivity, the ideal classroom is a happy one. It means students are creating solutions and projects that have meaning and purpose. They gladly take initiatives and assume responsible ownership of class time. Above all, it means students are loving their learning. Achieving high…

See How Many Times Your School District Has Been Investigated for Civil Rights Violations – Beth Skwarecki

If you believe your school district or college is discriminating against students on the basis of sex, race, or disability, you’re entitled to file a complaint with the US Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights. Sexual harassment and assault are also grounds for…

Helping Students, Teachers, and Parents Make Sense of the Screen Time Debate – Ian O’Byrne

Nearly a cliché after two decades of development, it is clear that the internet has profoundly changed the ways in which we read, write, communicate, and learn. Given these sweeping changes, one significant conversation centers on the use of internet-enabled devices as they relate…

Reclaiming a Sense of Joy – Quick Strategies for Easing the Stress of Teaching by Shane Safir

It’s the end of the school year and I’m sitting with a young principal I coach who has deep expertise, heart, and know-how. Suddenly, she breaks down sobbing. “I’m miserable in this job,” she says. “I want to stay the course, but I don’t…

5 Ways To Engage Reluctant Learners – by Kristina J. Doubet | Online Marketing Tools

5 Ways To Engage Reluctant Learners contributed by Kristina J. Doubet, Ph.D and Jessica A. Hockett, Ph.D. We’ve all been there. Slumped bodies, rolled eyes, defiant words, and off-task behaviors announce (not-so-subtly) that instruction isn’t “working.” So what can teachers do to encourage participation…

“Relationships and Technology both matter – we must keep relationships at the center of all that we do as educators” via @DavidGeurin – Future Driven Book | iGeneration – 21st Century Education (Pedagogy & Digital Innovation)

In Future Driven, David Geurin describes how to conquer the status quo, create authentic learning, and help your students thrive in an unpredictable world.  He shares how to simultaneously be more committed to your mission while being more flexible with your methods. You’ll discover strategies to…

Using Interactive Content to Fuel Marketing and Sales Alignment – Greg Allen

If you’ve read the SnapApp blog (or any marketing publication recently, for that matter) you’ve probably seen the increased importance of sales and marketing alignment. Buyers are increasingly demanding a world where marketing and sales is seamless – there is no handoff, it’s simply…

7 Personal Growth Questions Every Teacher Must Ask Themselves – Lee Watanabe-Crockett – Lee Watanabe Crockett

Every teacher knows that consistently asking personal growth questions is part of the game in education. They exist in all shapes and sizes and are meant to challenge educators to meet and exceed professional goals. It’s for the good of themselves, their colleagues, and…

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