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School Success Takes a Community

Have you ever wondered how much impact actively engaging your community can have on student achievement and well-being? This case study provides in-depth insight into how involving the community can help bring visible results in student motivation, achievement, and sense of belonging in a school.

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The Top 10 List for Creating a Positive School Culture

Culture is the soul of an establishment and should be treated as such. It is the essence or embodiment of all that is seen and unseen regarding the educational institution. It takes a great deal of time and energy to create and maintain a positive culture but it’s essential for all successful schools.

How does Thinking Positive Thoughts Affect Neuroplasticity?

By thinking positive thoughts, students came to realize they have the ability to enhance their higher-order thinking skills as well as analyze and control their cognitive processes, especially when actively engaged in learning.

Student Centered Classrooms

The purpose of this brief is to provide Iowa educators with a clearer understanding of what is meant by student-centered classrooms as a characteristic of effective instruction within the Iowa Core.

Emotion Revolution by Yale’s Marc A Brackett

There is a gap between how students feel at school and how they want to feel at school. Emotions Matter.

A venture capitalist searches for the purpose of school. Here’s what he found.

Ted Dintersmith is a highly successful venture capitalist and father of two who is devoting most of his time, energy and part of of his personal fortune to education-related initiatives that call for a radical remaking of what and how students learn.