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Playing it safe politically isn't the best way to lead school or a district, explains former superintendent Nicholas A. Fischer.

Playing it safe politically isn& the best way to lead school or a district, explains former superintendent Nicholas A.

Superintendent Ratings of Academic Preparation, from AASA

Superintendent Ratings of Academic Preparation, from AASA

Technology is a tool!

In today's culture we tend to rely on technology more than needed. I thought this was a good list of how kids may take advantage of technology and what it is meant to be used for. "Technology is a tool, not a learning outcome.

Pledge to Parents & Students | Leading School Service Providers Pledge to Advance Student Data Protections for Student Personal Information

Pledge to Parents & Students – Leading School Service Providers Pledge to Advance Student Data Protections for Student Personal Information

Congratulations to Dean Feuer for ranking among the top 200 most influential Edu-Scholars! #GWU #GSEHD #EDWEEK

Jazon Zimba is the founding principal of Student Achievement Partners and lead writer of the Common Core mathematics standards. I appreciated having a chance to sit down and chat with him about the whole ordeal.

Metacognition Tool Kit: A Labor of Love!One Extra Degree

One Extra Degree: Metacognition Tool Kit: A Labor of Love!

Sticky #teaching: Understanding what a #brain can't ignore. | Free Sticky Teaching Poster | There’s been significant traction with my sticky teaching infographic. When I created it, it was for a specific purpose, but I created a generic version and put it on SlideShare and it got over twenty thousand views. One of the most common requests was from teachers who wanted a poster to put it up in a resource location, or place like that. So I created this version of the poster.

"Sticky Teaching" - Smart Teaching, understanding what a brain can't ignore (infographic, from Chris Lema) these verses! All year I've been trying to study and mimic how Jesus, the Great Teacher, taught. Good reminder for me!

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