From the Editor

Let this be the year that we change our outcomes by changing our expectations – of our staffs, of our students, and especially of ourselves. Instead of accepting the status quo, let’s ask the questio... Read More...

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Where the Girls Are: It’s Not Where the Jobs Are

You constantly hear it in the media: the best jobs are STEM jobs. Over and over, we’re told that for the long haul, STEM jobs will pay the best and be around the longest. Sounds like a slam-dunk... Read More...

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Professional Development Which Includes Your Families

As a director of special education, I always found it interesting that I would be planning summer school in January. As a superintendent I found it interesting that I was preparing a budget for the n... Read More...

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American Bald Eagles Do Flock After All

According to historic documents at The Sheldon Museum in Alaska, almost 4,000 American bald eagles gather along a five mile stretch of the Chilkat River near Haines and Klukwan, Alaska each fall. Thi... Read More...

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A Conversation With Jayne Ellspermann The SEEN Interview with Charles Sosnik

Jayne Ellspermann is the 2015 National Principal of the Year. She took a badly underperforming school of 1400 students in Florida and transformed it into the highest performing school in her distric... Read More...

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HIRING EFFECTIVE PRINCIPALS BEGINS WITH AN EFFECTIVE INTERVIEW

Core beliefs, linked to behavior, are the best predictors of aspiring principals’ performance. In the following article, we outline why the principal interview matters, point out how the Haberman Sta... Read More...

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Active Shooter Drills Training Without Traumatizing

Unannounced active shooter drills might seem a perfect way to train staff for the unthinkable.  What better way could there be to accurately test and gauge a staff’s response to an armed intruder tha... Read More...

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FUEL GREAT TEACHING THIS SCHOOL YEAR 5 KEYS TO SUPER-CHARGED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

With a growing body of research showing that teachers are the most important determinant of student achievement, new and more rigorous teacher evaluation systems and policies have been implemented ac... Read More...

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From the Editor
Where the Girls Are: It’s Not Where the Jobs Are
Professional Development Which Includes Your Families
American Bald Eagles Do Flock After All
A Conversation With Jayne Ellspermann
HIRING EFFECTIVE PRINCIPALS BEGINS WITH AN EFFECTIVE INTERVIEW
Active Shooter Drills Training Without Traumatizing
Calling on educators to lead new classroom observations
FUEL GREAT TEACHING THIS SCHOOL YEAR
EMPOWERING GLOBAL-READY TEACHERS
Pedagogical Strategies for Enhanced Learning and Retention
Funding Enhanced Employee Professional Development
PERSONALIZED LEARNING STARTS WITH THE LEARNER, NOT TECHNOLOGY
NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR 2025 TRANSFORMING THE CORE OF LEARNING
Common Core Testing Anxiety: Lessons from Year 1
THE SCHOOL THAT GOT IT RIGHT
RESCHOOL COLORADO
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:
The Case for Online Professional Development
FISH! For Schools:
College Ready Writer’s Program
Teen Science Cafés:
Student Data, a Top Concern of School Districts
Safe and Healthy Schools Are No Accident
THINKING ABOUT AN M.ED.?
FINDING THE NICHE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
When Incentives Harm Performance
LEVERAGING EDUCATOR TALENT
Evaluations
CENTRAL OFFICE
Career Pathways: Bridging the Opportunity Gap
CONNECT STUDENTS TO EMPLOYERS
Game Development as a Career of Tomorrow
VISUALIZE SUCCESS IN EARTH SCIENCE WEEK 2015
DATA ESSENTIALS
BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN HIGH POVERTY SCHOOLS
RETHINKING THE ENTERPRISE LEARNING ECOSYSTEM
The Importance of Situation Awareness in K-12 Emergency Operations Planning.
The Roadmap to Emergency Preparedness
UNDERSTANDING CYBERBULLYING THROUGH IMMERSION:
ADDRESSING YOUTH VIOLENCE FOR SAFER SCHOOLS
NAVIGATING THE BEHAVIORAL MAZE OF A CHILD WITH ASPERGER’S SYNDROME
COMMON SOFTWARE APPLICATION FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
NUTRITION, FITNESS & THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
What’s Going On With Youth Sports?
THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF WINSTON-SALEM
35 YEARS OF SAFE AND RELIABLE STUDENT TRAVEL
EDUTAINMENT AT CAROWINDS:
YOUR STUDENTS CAN EXPERIENCE A GRAND WESTERN ADVENTURE
What to Do Before Student Travel Goes Awry
Game On!
THE CENTER FOR PUPPETRY ARTS HELPS LESSON PLANS COME TO LIFE
CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS
FUN & EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN FLORIDA
EXCITEMENT IN ORLANDO
ONE-OF-A-KIND MUSIC CITY EXPERIENCES
PONTCHARTRAIN TO GRAND ISLE
LAUNCH AN INSPIRING ADVENTURE IN HAMPTON
HENRICUS HISTORICAL PARK
Discover Colonial Williamsburg
NORFOLK: THE HEART OF THE VIRGINIA WATERFRONT

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Our Goal: to reinvigorate the spirit of American education.  The Southeast Education Network, through SEEN Magazine and www.SEENmagazine.us, presents resources, ideas and techniques to help educators become more effective while growing personally and professionally. SEEN Magazine is dedicated to educators, school administrators, and the education community.