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School systems are getting results from teacher residencies, which offer more immersive and more rigorous training experiences than the typical student-teaching stint.
Achievement gaps prompt district leaders to help educators contend with implicit bias and champion cultural diversity in the classroom.
Many of us have supported the movement of flipped classrooms and flipped learning. It changes the pedagogy by turning traditional instruction upside down. Flipped classrooms move the independent work associated […]
Using AR and VR may seem overwhelming at first, but Rachelle Dene Poth, a STEAM teacher and featured speaker at DA’s FETC, says these technologies benefit from collaborative learning from colleagues as well as students.
The technology is being used as a teacher training and development tool for everything from classroom management to identifying students at risk of suicide.
In this web seminar, four district leaders discussed reasons for adopting micro-credentialing as a method of career advancement. Sponsored content by BloomBoard.
The widespread adoption of LMS reflects the growing comfort of educators to use the platform in their instruction. This is good news for schools and districts, as they can use their LMS for student learning and professional development.
Districts across the country are working with service providers on new reading, safety, STEM and professional development programs.
Discover strategies that you can put into practice so every minute of a webinar packs a punch.
Explore how district leaders are building PD that’s personalized, job-embedded, tied to evaluations, and sustainable.
States and districts have been slow to implement high-quality instructional materials and the training to use them, despite evidence of the positive impact on learning outcomes.
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