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Learning By Design: Ownership

When a lesson is truly engaging, not just busy, the learning among your students will explode. Give your students a chance to talk, give you feedback on your classroom, and provide input on how they’d like to learn. In return, you will see the energy, excitement, and motivation rise within your students.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Learning By Design: Inclusive Relationships

Student-teacher relationships are critical to a productive school year. As teachers, we play a significant role during our student’s academic career. Teachers have a huge influence on their students and a positive relationship with students can support them at any age level.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Learning By Design: Respectful Collaboration

Respectful talk and collaboration doesn’t just happen. There is a tiered process that occurs to get our students to deep and meaningful talk and collaboration.

Friday, September 8, 2017

Atlantic High School: A Model for Modernization

The schools of Volusia County School District reflect this diversity, but they share one common problem, as identified by Saralee Morrissey, Director of Planning for the district.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Catlin Tucker NEW School

A New School Year, A New Program, Same Old Furniture

The new school year ushered in dramatic changes for me. This is my fifteenth year in the classroom, yet in many ways, it feels like my first year all over again. I’m piloting a new program at my high school called N.E.W. School.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Education in 2020

Four Years After This Election – Education in 2020

While the candidates weren’t concerned, our communities are deeply passionate about schools. And as we look forward to the future, a lessened federal role may be empowering.

Friday, November 18, 2016