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Strategies for Reaching Apathetic Students

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Via Elaine J Roberts, Ph.D.
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Elaine J Roberts, Ph.D.'s curator insight, Today, 1:19 PM

Because what seems to be apathy may be something else entirely. Always good to be sure.

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Texas Teacher Named 2015 National Teacher of the Year

The Council of Chief State School Officers today announced that Shanna Peeples, a high school English teacher from Amarillo, Texas, is the 2015 National Teacher of the Year.
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7 Ways School Leaders Can Use Teacher Observations More Effectively

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7 Ways School Leaders Can Use Teacher Observations More Effectively

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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A Principal's Reflections: A Title Doesn't Make You a Leader

A Principal's Reflections: A Title Doesn't Make You a Leader | college and career ready | Scoop.it

I pondered just sending out the title of this post as a tweet – short, sweet (well not so much), and to the point.  Instead of just throwing out a sound bite into the social media abyss a detailed explanation is in order.  Now here’s why.  As of late I have been working with a greater number of teachers across the country on digital leadership and learning.  During the many conversations that ensue over the course of the workshop a common theme has developed and that is real change can only come from the adults that have a specific title such as Board of Education member, superintendent, other central office administrators, principals, supervisors, etc. Immediately upon hearing this I share stories of many “leaders” by title that I have come in contact with over the years, or observed from afar, that did anything but lead.  I would also bet that I am not the only one who feels this way either. 


Via Patti Kinney, Mark E. Deschaine Ph.D., Cindy Riley Klages
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