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How do we prepare teachers and kids for an unknown future? As school leaders, we have a responsibility to lead with the future in mind. This requires us to relate, innovate, and invigorate. No longer can school leaders focus on just one of these skills; instead, we must learn to

Teaching Methods

At Challenging Learning, we believe that for many schools the Learning Challenge can be a useful concept around which leaders and teachers cultivate their values,

One of the first things I figured out about innovation and leadership is that there is a seed of creative brilliance in every single person.

On Tuesday, June 27, Corwin hosted a webinar with Jessica and John Hannigan on “Equity in School Discipline: Don’t Suspend Me!” Their unique approach helps

Professional Learning

Shared leadership requires trust, and trust requires that we deliver on our promises to each other and to ourselves. Teams that have a high level

Look who’s joining school cultures! A new generation has just started or is about to join the teaching crew: Generation Z. They bring with them their

It is vitally important that we integrate deep learning strategies that keep the focus on analyzing student work and the impact of our teaching while