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Leadership

I have always had a good handle on my ‘To-Do’s’, calendar, and priorities, however, this year it didn’t seem to matter how organized I made the work, nor how many I hours worked, I found myself becoming overwhelmed by the sheer volume of my commitments. Something had to change [that would be

Visible Learning

In June, the journal Educational Philosophy and Theory published “A Critique of John Hattie’s Theory of Visible Learning” by Thomas Aastrup Rømer. To quote from the paper’s abstract:  First, I

The following is an excerpt from “As Good As Gold? Why We Focus on the Wrong Drivers in Education,” the first in the new series

The following is an excerpt from “As Good As Gold? Why We Focus on the Wrong Drivers in Education,” the first in the new series

Teaching Methods

There are three things that we know pretty clearly about feedback:  If delivered well, feedback can be one of the most transformative teaching tools in

The word “engagement” has quickly become yet another cotton candy buzzword in education—sweet, desirable, and inoffensive, but offering little in terms of substance or sustenance.

Teaching is a multifaceted and demanding profession. Teachers design and facilitate lessons, monitor and track student progress, provide feedback and assess student work, attend meetings