In an earlier Corwin Connect post, we took on the challenge of providing just-right supports for learners to provide the access and opportunity to the highest level of learning for all our students. As a reminder, we shared our model for educational scaffolding that brought
During the COVID-19 pandemic, households became homeschools and we saw how connected life and learning really are.
As a former teacher and school leader, I experienced this every day. If students had a rough night, it impacted their behavior in my classroom the next day. When
In her Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts (2018) Brene Brown said, Own your story and you get to write the ending. Deny the story and it owns you (p. 270). As the authors of best-seller, Leading While Female: A Culturally Proficient
Feedback is everywhere.
Teachers offer it in the lab, on the playing field, in the music and art room, at the table, and in just about every teaching and learning space in our schools.
We know from decades of research that feedback is a significant driver for
3 Approaches to Teaching Tools for Well-being
By Frederika Roberts, Kimberley Evans, Thérèse Hoyle and Bukky Yusuf
As educators, we are in both a privileged position and one of great responsibility - not merely to educate students academically, but to teach them tools for well-being.
In this vast
“Good leaders ask great questions that inspire others to dream more, think more, learn more, do more and become more.” (John Maxwell)
This quote epitomizes my campus’s point of view about the power of questioning. While Maxwell emphasizes the role of the leader, at Molina High