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25 Ways to Reward Employees (Without Spending a Dime) - HR World

Free and easy ways to keep your work force happy and productive.
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Not because you are cheap and unwilling to spend money but because words and actions are powerful in impacting people.

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Joanne Brooks's curator insight, September 15, 2013 7:59 PM

Staff Engagement is all about ensuring your staff are rewarded for the efforts put in ... that includes the little things and the big things.

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Maths - A Lesson on Shapes | Teachers TV

Maths - A Lesson on Shapes | Teachers TV | Staff Development matters | Scoop.it
In this uncut programme, we see Year 2 teacher Pritti Poole stimulate learning by beginning her maths lesson on shapes with a game.
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[ARCHIVED CONTENT] Teaching and learning resources | http://tlr.archive.teachfind.com/

[ARCHIVED CONTENT] Teaching and learning resources | http://tlr.archive.teachfind.com/ | Staff Development matters | Scoop.it
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PD in the News

PD in the News | Staff Development matters | Scoop.it
Learning Forward is the largest non-profit professional association committed to ensuring success for all students through staff development and school improvement.
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Servant Leadership | Christian Leadership

Servant Leadership | Christian Leadership | Staff Development matters | Scoop.it
Christian leadership is best modeled on Jesus’ practical servant leadership style. Christian Leadership provides free servant leadership resource to church and Christian Leaders in all spheres.
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Data First

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"Why data matters
Numbers have a lot to tell you. Make the right decisions about schools by looking at the data first."

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Pierre Fong's comment, October 22, 2011 10:27 AM
Data is very important. The challenge is to decide what data to mined so that it is useful.