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Building Rapport With Our Students

Last week, we talked about how teachers were leaving the profession due, in part, to having difficulties managing student behavior.  Specifically, I addressed That Class That Drives You Up The Wall… 240 more words

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PSITE Regional Convention Region 7

Who said you can’t combine work with r&r? PSITE R7 officers together with the various info tech educators from various schools, colleges and universities joined together at Alta Cebu last April 23-25, 2015 to participate in the 11th Philippine Society of Information Technology Educator’s Regional Convention. 348 more words



As an educator for the past twenty-five years, I have much to say. I look forward to researching and writing and welcome you to outoftheboxeducators.wordpress.com. Please feel free to reach out to me at carolparris20@yahoo.com

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Be Me In Ed- #BMEInEd by @ASTSupportAAli

(I originally posted this in the wonderful @Staffrm- you can read the post and comments here. I have shared this post on my blog here too so I can expand on the 500 word limit and get some more ideas/feedback…) 1,250 more words


Participate in the Lead Beyond Exhibit Hall! (Win a prize for your class!)

Did your students create an incredible project this year? Put together an awesome performance or win a prestigious award?

Teach For America- Metro Atlanta would like to announce an open call for student work submissions to feature in the Exhibit Hall at our inaugural signature event ‘LEAD Beyond 2015′. 92 more words


Parent Personalization: Good bye to _________________’s mom or _______________’s dad (Part 3 of 3)

This is the third part of a three-part series of best practices, written by Michele Narov, Lead Teacher in Newark Public Schools.

Kinvolved’s communication app helps teachers reach parents and other members of students’ support networks to foster relationships. 592 more words


Commissioner's Update - April 23, 2015

From the Maine Department of Education

The Maine DOE is recognizing 21 schools across the state for their high performance or progress as measured by the State’s federally required accountability system. 392 more words