Curriculum & Instruction

As 2023 nears, let’s look at how students are performing

"This is a great moment for school leaders to look for opportunities to give classroom teachers the flexibility they need to serve students with varying degrees of proficiency, like flexible schedules and adding staff that can support dynamic student grouping," said Chase Nordengren, principal research lead for Effective Instructional Strategies at NWEA.

Administrators, want to become an edtech savant? Register for FETC 2023

Since the pandemic, CIOs have voiced the fact that the abundance of education technology is here to stay. Our message to you is hop on the train.

8 ways school leaders can develop more effective PLCs for teachers

Effective PLCs need disciplined, nurturing leaders to align priorities and set the pace for results-driven instruction. Here's a list of tips for education leaders as they build and refine PLCs.

Repeat attenders: Stories of an FETC veteran and a newcomer

"It reminds me of a magic show except that when you leave, you can do the same magic," says Professional Learning Specialist Craig McBain. "As a trainer and educator, it’s fantastic to come back from the conference and share that magic."

These are the top 10 education stories of 2022

Salaries, school safety and security, and—way back at the beginning—COVID were top of mind for district leaders clicking on DA Daily.

3 helpful tips for district leaders to improve the power of digital assessment

With a few simple shifts that reduce stress and barriers, digital assessment can become representative of students’ knowledge, not their ability to use technology.

5 reasons we should add coding as another language in ELA

Students are ready to begin learning about coding at the same time they are ready to begin learning to read and write any other language.

3 ways teachers can make the most of data to boost math skills

Combining day-to-day math practice and cumulative assessment allows teachers to be more effective—and efficient.

How teaching climate change can be ideal for student engagement

It's hands-on, multidisciplinary and has real-world impacts: Teaching climate change appears to tick all the boxes for effective instruction.

Are your students interested in cybersecurity? Look to these colleges

Based on criteria such as hands-on program training, privacy and ethics, and government and national security, Carnegie Mellon University, DePaul University and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University rank among the top three.

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