Check out this cool Teachers and Technology Infographic with stats on the most commonly used devices in the classroom, what method of professional learning teachers prefer, what percentage of teachers feel comfortable with technology, and much more!
Contributed by Dave Nagel
Part 2 of an 8 part series
In my blog post Identifying the Hibernating Student, we talked about how to identify the students who have neither a dream or goal to work towards, nor are they putting any actions or efforts into their
In this podcast episode, Corwin Executive Editor Arnis Burvikovs interviews author Russ Quaglia on his book and consulting program, Student Voice.
Students have plenty of opinions when it comes to school, and they’re not all about free ice cream in the cafeteria. When you take time
Read their first posts, So You Want to Be a Superintendent in 2015? and If You Want to Be a Superintendent, Get Started NOW.
Your success in your current position, the time you spent learning about the superintendency, the additional courses and workshops, the network of
We Can't Lead Where We Won't Go: An Educator's Guide to Equity by Gary R. Howard awarded the 2014 Philip C. Chinn Award by the National Association of Multicultural Education
The National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) has recently announced that We Can't Lead Where We
Part 1 of 8 part series
In their work, Student Voice: The Instrument of Change (Corwin Press, 2014), Dr.’s Russ Quaglia and Michael Corso use their aspirations framework™ to describe four types of students: Hibernating, Perspiring, Imagining, and Aspiring. This series will help schools first identify
In this episode, Corwin Connected Educators Series Editor Peter DeWitt interviews Mark Barnes, author of Teaching the iStudent.
Accustomed to constantly-evolving mobile technology, our students crave more than paper and pencil can provide. Veteran teacher, renowned author, and tech expert Mark Barnes shows how educators can
Contributed by Lisa Hinkelman
Bullying has become one of the hottest topics of discussions among parents, educators, and the media. Adults are at a loss as to what they should to do address situations of bullying—and kids are not routinely reaching out for support from the
Contributed by Don Doehla
In honor of Connected Educators Month, we’re celebrating what Connected Educators are doing throughout the world. We received so many posts in October that we’re continuing to post these fantastic stories throughout November!
This post was originally published on Edutopia on October 14,
In this episode, Corwin Associate Editor Ariel Price interviews author Andrew Marcinek about his new book, The 1:1 Roadmap.
Technology is more than just “Computer Class;” it is a literacy that must be threaded throughout the fabric of a school. In a 1:1 environment, you’re preparing