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Capacity2 - Change2 - Institute for Professional Learning - The Department of Education

Change2 can make a difference in your workplace.
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Teacher Efficacy | Education.com

Teacher Efficacy | Education.com | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Information on education and child development for parents and educators. HOW TEACHERS DEVELOP SELF-EFFICACY BELIEFS THE CONTEXT AND MEASUREMENT OF ...
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Exclusive survey: Parents weigh in on the digital classroom

Exclusive survey: Parents weigh in on the digital classroom | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Our results reveal parental attitudes toward education technology nationwide.
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Inspirational free presentation templates

Inspirational free presentation templates | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Are you trying to inspire your audience with your message? Then you should try one of our free templates for inspirational presentations. Use these gorgeous designs to deliver your content and everyone will be delighted.
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The Five-to-Fold Decision-Making Model

The Five-to-Fold Decision-Making Model | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
“All in favor say I.” “All opposed say nay.” But, what if you’re "sort of" in favor? Something is very wrong if everyone around the table is in %100 agreement on complex issues. Marc, a commenter o...

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The danger of a single story

The danger of a single story | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice -- and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
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The Guide | Accessible Mental Health Services for people with an intellectual disability

The Guide | Accessible Mental Health Services for people with an intellectual disability | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it

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People with an intellectual disability experience mental ill health at a rate which far exceeds that of the general population. The Guide is a national framework of understanding and action for frontline mental health service providers with respect to people with an intellectual disability.

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People with an intellectual disability experience mental ill health at a rate which far exceeds that of the general population. The Guide is a national framework of understanding and action for frontline mental health service providers with respect to people with an intellectual disability.

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Students Matter: 3 Steps for Effective Differentiated Instruction

Students Matter: 3 Steps for Effective Differentiated Instruction | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Differentiated instruction (DI) is a vast system in which it is difficult for many teachers to find a foothold for supporting students in a meaningful way. Teachers want and expect everyone to succee
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Teacher Collaboration: When Belief Systems Collide

Teacher Collaboration: When Belief Systems Collide | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Check out these six, educational ideologies that influence a teacher's decision-making. Which one represents you?
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Take the fear out of learning | Video by @JohnBaldoni

Take the fear out of learning | Video by @JohnBaldoni | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
One of the big reasons change initiatives fail is because people do not like to be pushed out of their comfort zones. That is only the surface emotion;
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6 Email Etiquette Tips that May Surprise You

6 Email Etiquette Tips that May Surprise You | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Email correspondence is simple, easy, and convenient to quickly contact coworkers and family members across the world. However, it isn’t all roses with email. If you don’t use the proper etiquette, you can end up annoying your recipients. You’ve probably already heard the basic email etiquette tips,
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The Aboriginal Our Father – Xt3 Library

The Aboriginal Our Father – Xt3 Library | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
Xt3 is a content-driven Catholic social network born out of WYD08. Xt3's mission is to provide authentic, genuine formation through our resource library, podcasting channel, and our daily news feed. Join now to connect with people who want to make a difference, and build a better world.
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Are all your staff trained to respond to an asthma emergency in 2014? | Are all your staff trained to respond to an asthma emergency in 2014?

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Diverse voices: the 50 best culturally diverse children's books

Diverse voices: the 50 best culturally diverse children's books | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
An incredible list of the 50 best children's books published from 1950 to the present day that celebrate cultural and ethnic diversity is released today
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Why Kindness is Good For You

Why Kindness is Good For You | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
'Very impressive' – Red magazine Scientific research has proven that kindness changes the brain, impacts the heart and immune system and may even be an antidote to depression. We're actually genetically wired to be kind.  In this book, inspirational ex-scientist David Hamilton shows that kindness has evolved in us and this its effects are felt daily throughout over nervous systems. ...
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Running Accessible Meetings and Events: A how-to guide | Disability Ideas Informing Practice

Event accessibility is a legal requirement, yet considerations around this facet of organisation can be difficult to fathom for event organisers.  This official guide developed by Meetings and Events Industry of Australia in partnership with the Australian Human Rights Commission, is designed to help organisers ensure their events are accessible for all people with disabilities.

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Practical advice for ensuring the accessibility of events

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Practical advice for ensuring the accessibility of events

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5 Deadliest Interview Mistakes

5 Deadliest Interview Mistakes | Leadership in a Catholic school | Scoop.it
A lot of people are confused about job interviews. They think a job interview is like a citizenship exam. They think that if they study hard and give the right answer to each question put to them, ...
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