Our Future Global Leaders

As educators, parents (and grandparents), it’s never too early to start our kids on the path to global learning within our own communities. Even in preschool, our children are learning valuable attri... Read More...

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Teacher Preparation —And More!

I’ve been talking for a number of years about the preparation of teachers. Most of us came through a wonderful tradition of programs at an accredited university that technically trained us and prepar... Read More...

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Building Knowledge in Our English Classrooms

When my school implemented a new literacy curriculum in the start of the 2015-16 school year, I remember laughing. Not a, “Here we go again with yet another curriculum” laugh, but a, “It wouldn’t be ... Read More...

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WEIGHING THE HOG DOES NOT IMPROVE THE TASTE OF THE PORK

Speaking at a conference at a school in Arkansas, I heard a saying that has great application to our educational system in the United States:   “Weighing the hog does not improve the taste of th... Read More...

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Robotics and Artificial Intelligence: How we can transform pedagogy with big data, artificial intelligence and social human robotics

The opportunity for education to lead rather than follow innovative, breakthrough applications of technology is within reach. Educational leadership can leverage these technologies to advance teachin... Read More...

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Building Bridges to a Strong School Community

Schools with a strong sense of community are positive places where children, parents, and staff all work together in an environment that has the potential to help each individual find success. Creati... Read More...

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What Do Globally Competent Students Look Like?

For students to participate effectively in this changing world, they must understand it. The 21st century student will sell to the world, buy from the world, work for international companies, compete... Read More...

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Failure Is Not an Option: Making the Case for High Reliability Education Systems

What should schools have in common with hospitals, commercial airlines and even nuclear power plants? In this article I will assert that all should strive toward higher reliability, or toward beco... Read More...

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Our Future Global Leaders
Teacher Preparation —And More!
Building Knowledge in Our English Classrooms
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence:
Building Bridges to a Strong School Community
WEIGHING THE HOG DOES NOT IMPROVE THE TASTE OF THE PORK
What Do Globally Competent Students Look Like?
Thinking about Professional Development Differently
Why Teachers Need to Know About Educational Neuroscience
Failure Is Not an Option: Making the Case for High Reliability Education Systems
Developing A Personal Brand: The Younger, The Better Challenge
GLOBAL INNOVATION — GLOBAL EDUCATION
RIGOROUS STUDENT-CENTERED CLASSROOMS FOR THE NEW ECONOMY
The Impact of Technology
The New First “R”
The Now and Later of Community Colleges
“I want to hear and be heard and understand what to do”
Purchasing Instructional Materials
AMAZON OR GOOGLE Might Know More About Your Students Than You Do
HELPING STUDENTS EXCEL IN MATH MAY REQUIRE HELPING MOM
Reading Achievement
SIX MODELS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD STEAM
NUMBER SENSE
THINK BIG
Bring Competency Based Learning into Your District
SOUNDTRAP is Changing Music Education
UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS PROVIDES THE RIGHT FIT FOR YOUR PROSPECTIVE COLLEGE STUDENTS
Young Children are Learning to Code through Play
LINCOLN LEARNING INTRODUCES EMPOWERED
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Teacher Prep Programs Begin to Lead As Schools Move the Needle with Data
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