teacher professional development

Making Professional Development Personalized—and Meaningful

On June 20th, Twitter was buzzing over professional development during the #EdSurgeChat Making Professional Development Personalized—and Meaningful. In case you missed it, we have rounded up the top tweet responses to the six questions here. 1. What does inspiring professional

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Implementing Professional Development that Sets Teachers and Students Up for Success

As an educator with Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) for nearly 14 years, I have experience teaching both third and fourth grade. In my current position as a Student and Teachers Accessing Tomorrow (STAT) educator, I provide professional development (PD)

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May 11, 2017 5:00 am - By in Blogs, Featured Content

3 Ways to Support Teachers Year-Round

Every May, the nation celebrates Teacher Appreciation week. And, while thank-you notes from students and acknowledgements from parents and administrators are always nice, there are common-sense things schools can (and should!) do on a daily basis to support educators all

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September 19, 2016 1:00 pm - By in

Webinar: Building the Excellence Mindset into your Teachers

Register for this free edWeb webinar here. Presented by John Wink, Superintendent of Blue Ridge ISD in Blue Ridge, Texas; hosted by Jason Bedford, Senior Vice President of Client Engagement and Success at DreamBox Learning Excellence is not a goal or

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April 3, 2014 8:43 pm - By in Blogs, Math Learning

NCSM Hot Topics: Improving Classroom and Tech Partnerships & Selecting Digital Curricula

Just two years ago, I was an algebra teacher in Maryland. At the time, new math education software was being heavily featured at conferences and in the news, and I was wondering, “How exactly is this technology going to enhance

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April 3, 2014 8:43 pm - By in Math Learning

NCSM Hot Topics: Improving Classroom and Tech Partnerships & Selecting Digital Curricula

Just two years ago, I was an algebra teacher in Maryland. At the time, new math education software was being heavily featured at conferences and in the news, and I was wondering, “How exactly is this technology going to enhance

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