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The Mindset List

As educators we (for the most part) make every attempt to connect with our students on some level outside of the academics in the four walls we call home 8 hours of the day. 805 more words


Starting My Doctoral Program and the Politics of It

After working with students in the local school districts in my city, I became inspired to continue my academic work. I had many unanswered questions that couldn’t be explained. 568 more words


Do we need a Code of Ethics for non-educator roles?

In a market-based model, the need for a Code of Ethics to underpin the work of early childhood educators is critically important. Alongside the National Quality Framework, it provides a framework for ensuring that children’s rights are prioritised, and that educators themselves can advocate for the importance of their own roles and the experiences of children. 1,427 more words


Laura (Riding) Jackson Creative Writer, Susannah Vendryes: A Glowing Yellow Egg Rolls Down the Hill.


By Susannah Vendryes

Up in a tall pine tree on top of a grassy hill lies a big, glorious egg.  The tree has been bending and twisting in the wind for quite some time now; but the egg is safe. 458 more words

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The Case for School Librarians

School librarians are a significant part of the educational experience we offer our students. They provide collaborative, engaging learning environments full of information for our kids. 1,257 more words


Texas Teachers Get Pay Raise; Governor Calls It 'Monumental Moment'

AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed into law teacher raises and a sweeping overhaul of how the state pays to educate more than 5 million students in public schools. 246 more words


Digital PD: Professional Development on Your Time

🕊️ Twitter tweets

Looking to use hashtags to their fullest? Whether you’re using your own personal hashtag like #WhatBinder or a common hashtag like # 595 more words