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Instructional Rounds: Focus on RtI

Recently, Dr. Mary Pruitt, Assistant Principal of Wilson Elementary in Coppell ISD, worked with her campus Instructional Coach, Andi Feille, to design instructional rounds with a focus on Response to Intervention. 817 more words


Meaningful Ways to Praise

It is always comical to me that my seniors will still get excited over stickers. One day, they jokingly asked why I never give them stickers. 409 more words


Teacher Agency

Before we discuss agency in our teachers, let’s consider agency in our students.  What evidence do we have that we are working to support children, adolescents, and young adults develop and grow in the area of agency?   452 more words


Virtual Reality=Game Changer

Guest blog by Mr. Will Barnes AP Human Geography and AP European History  teacher at Cleburne High School in Cleburne ISD.

Creating and facilitating meaningful and engaging lessons where students are allowed to hone soft skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration are crucial in preparing today’s learners for future job markets.   717 more words


An Instrument of Change

It is no secret that the new year brings with it resolutions to try new things. When it comes to the classroom, teachers see the new year with the same eagerness as they resolve to try new things to reach students. 699 more words


New Year, New Learning Resolutions

In education, August is the time for new plans, new goals, and dreams about the new school year.  In the rest of the world that time is January. 260 more words