This professional book from Scholastic helps educators learn to implement a collaborative coaching partnership system that will improve instruction and maximize student learning in their schools. The authors examine coaching best practices through research-based strategies, real-life vignettes, coaching-in-action videos, reflective practice questions, a helpful planning tool, and more.
Designed by Metiri and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Digital Learning Pathways is a collection of online professional development resources that empower teachers, schools, and districts to create authentic, digital-age learning experiences by unpacking and implementing the ISTE Standards for Students.
The Ecological Approaches to Social Emotional Learning laboratory (EASEL) at Harvard University is testing the use of flexible, bite-sized lessons to teach social and emotional learning. The “kernels” are designed to be adaptable to students’ interests and needs.
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Join Allovue and education finance trailblazers at the Future of Education Finance Summit (FEFS) on October 8, 2019, in Baltimore, Maryland. This year’s theme, Blazing the Trail, will navigate the checkpoints and challenges of creating sustainable resource strategies for school districts. District leaders and education finance professionals are invited to attend this daylong event and earn up to 5.0 CPE credits. FEFS will arm leadership with tactical solutions and serve as a figurative “pulse check,” allowing participants to evaluate their resource allocation plans, ensuring they are making the best financial decisions for their districts, schools, and students.