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DA guest columnist, FETC featured speaker and ed-tech specialist Suzy Lolley shares this advice to help K-12 administrators improve their leadership—and student learning—now and when they welcome everyone back on campus.
DA guest columnist, FETC featured speaker and ed-tech specialist Nicole Youmans shares seven tips for boosting engagement—and productivity.
Promoting a growth mindset empowers educators (and leaders) to be innovative in instruction—and problem-solving, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Ronald Catlin.
DA guest columnist, FETC featured speaker and ed-tech specialist Trent Stapleton shares four strategies for preparing a master schedule that supports effective teaching and learning when schools reopen.
Paladina Health Chief People Officer and DA guest columnist Allison Velez shares seven tips to help K-12 districts prepare—and encourage educator input.
Students have been tasked with digesting the loss of school as they knew it and getting used to meeting new expectations at home and in the remote classroom. DA guest columnist Christine Ravesi-Weinstein shares how educators can help.
Teachers need high-quality assessment data and the know-how to use it effectively to determine where their students will be this fall—particularly those facing the 'COVID Slide,' says DA guest columnist Jacob Bruno.
DA guest columnist, veteran teacher and FETC featured speaker Rachelle Dene Poth shares ed-tech tools for engaging learners and giving them a voice when schedules won't permit connections for Zoom, or similar platform, meetings.
DA guest columnist Paul Hanley shares these considerations with school districts that had been charging forward with pre-referendum efforts tied to the November 2020 election—before the pandemic.
DA guest columnist Bill Hansen discusses the importance of improving K-12 district data backup and recovery.
DA guest columnist, veteran teacher and FETC featured speaker Rachelle Dene Poth shares how educators can boost remote discussion and collaboration with ed-tech tools.
Internet access is a basic right for students during online learning—and always, says DA guest columnist Caprice Young, the national superintendent for Learn4Life.