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Special education professional development in Fulton County Schools in Atlanta is now guided by a team of 22 instructional coaches tasked with helping teachers boost student achievement.
From Virginia to California, K-12 districts are improving training for staff, providing resources for students and saving on energy expenses.
In this Q&A, ed tech coach, consultant and FETC 2020 speaker Brianna Hodges discusses why personalized coaching should be a key component in professional development.
K-12 and higher education leaders continue to collaborate in new ways to share resources and give graduating high school students a boost as they make the transition to college.
New Teacher Center’s professional learning program among the new approaches boosting educator preparation.
William Paterson University becomes first in New Jersey, and one of very few in US, to offer graduate degree focus in STEAM.
Jacie Maslyk discusses personalized professional development and the importance of fostering classroom creativity.
A Q&A with Peter Weir, chief product officer at Discovery Education. Sponsored content by Discovery Education.
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 […]
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