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This post is adapted from Toni Faddis’s upcoming book,  The Ethical Line: 10 Leadership Strategies for Effective Decision Making Know Thyself  Under the watchful eyes of the public, today’s school principals face ever-changing demographics and an increasingly demanding workload. As school leaders, we are expected to be on top of our task list as well as be collaborative facilitators who

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Visible Learning

Alfie Kohn has raised a critical point in his recent podcast about my work (Episode 11 of “The Shape of Education to Come,” available on

There has been much debate in recent years on what constitutes teacher professionalization and how to develop and foster it. Zierer, Lachner, Tögel, and Weckend, in their paper “Teacher Mindframes from

In the world of Visible Learning, many educators are drawn to influences with effect sizes above the hinge point of 0.40. Not only does Scaffolding fall in the zone of

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Teaching Methods

The following is an excerpt from “It’s a Gift: Disposed to Learn” by Ruth Crick. To download the full white paper and others in the

[caption id="attachment_12462" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] This graphic, displayed throughout the book, depicts the 14 Parameters. The graphic is a visual representation of how the parameters--when all

Did you hear about the guy who doesn’t like going through screen doors? He said he does not want to strain himself! I found that using screeners

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