What’s Your VISION?

Sixty years ago, teachers and students were imagining what the world would be like in the future. I think they envisioned space travel, visiting distant galaxies, living the life of the Jetsons. In 2... Read More...

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IS ‘LOCKING DOWN’ THE BEST RESPONSE FOR AN ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENT?

We here, at the Southeastern Education Network (SEEN), would like to extend our deepest condolences to the parents and families of those killed last week at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School i... Read More...

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Make SEL a Habit in Your Classroom

Make SEL a Habit in Your Classroom When I started my first teaching job, I was thrown into the deep end. I went immediately into a demanding, intense setting in which I taught children with ex... Read More...

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A SEVENTH GRADER STANDS UP FOR WHAT SHE BELIEVES

I was at a late-season Mets game, eating in one of the clubs, when the national anthem started playing on the video monitors. The hundreds of people who were chatting, eating, and drinking beer immed... Read More...

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Louisiana’s Commitment to End Childhood Hunger

In the most recent edition of SEEN magazine, we focused on childhood hunger and how it affects education and our community. Here’s how Louisiana and No Kid Hungry are partnering to raise awaren... Read More...

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Looking Back in Order to Look Forward

Long-term capacity planning is successful when leaders have a keen eye on demographic changes. When executed consistently, school districts are better able to keep operating costs lower and education... Read More...

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THE FUN OF BEING A SUPERINTENDENT

I can speak from most positions in education from teacher’s aide to superintendent, so this is a fun topic. I spent 12 years as a county superintendent with 11 other superintendents in my county and ... Read More...

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TAKING THE LONG VIEW A Turbulent Path Toward 2042

The way we work, teach, live, and learn is changing at an exponential rate. By 2042 the education landscape could look considerably different than it does today. Regional learning ecosystems could su... Read More...

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What’s Your VISION?
IS ‘LOCKING DOWN’ THE BEST RESPONSE FOR AN ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENT?
Make SEL a Habit in Your Classroom
A SEVENTH GRADER STANDS UP FOR WHAT SHE BELIEVES
Louisiana’s Commitment to End Childhood Hunger
Looking Back in Order to Look Forward
THE FUN OF BEING A SUPERINTENDENT
TAKING THE LONG VIEW
CREATING FUTURE-FOCUSED SCHOOLS
2040 VISION
THE FUTURE READY ARE AMONG US
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
THE FUTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF SYNTHETIC INTELLIGENCE
3D PRINTING’S EVOLUTION
The Elements of Teaching
IMPROVE Conference Attendance
Dazzle Your 1st Graders with Fraction Sense
Teaching-n-Learning: EFFICIENT OR/AND EFFECTIVE?
EXPLORING THE 21ST CENTURY LITERACIES
Classroom Management
Creating a Strong School Board-Superintendent Relationship
FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION
The Second Lever of Success for Superintendents
REIMAGINING, RETHINKING & REBUILDING AMERICA’S SCHOOLS
THOUGHTS ABOUT REBUILDING AMERICA’S SCHOOLS
JOIN US IN 2017 FOR THE YEAR OF THE LEARNER
Choosing the Right School Furniture Supplier
School Security Gets Its Head in the Clouds
University of the Ozarks
Bring Competency Based Learning into Your District
The desired long-term impact of STEM:
STEM: Do we need another acronym?
Language Variation
DIFFERENT Languages, DIFFERENT Cultures, DIFFERENT Approaches
WHAT EVERY TEACHER SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
Fires on the Water
The Role Nutrition Plays in Fitness for Students
Colonial Williamsburg
Plan for an Adventurous Getaway in Galax
Pocono Mountains
THE PERFECT EDUCATIONAL GETAWAY
MARY BAKER EDDY LIBRARY
The Citie of Henricus:
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad
Unleash Your Curiosity at the Atlanta Science Festival
Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum preserves Parks’ lasting legacy
La Nouba - Cirque Du Soleil
Are You Looking for an Adventure?
Brainy Teachers Working with Brainy Parents Change the World
Letter to Leaders
Reading Achievement: Breaking the Barriers to Success

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