How well do you really know your students and your classroom?

Posted by Marcia Barahona

8/21/17 5:25 PM

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Topics: professional development, Teachers, School Staff, Students

FrontRow at #ISTE2017 - International Society for Technology Education

Posted by Marcia Barahona

6/26/17 5:27 PM

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Topics: ease of use, flipped classroom, sound quality, lesson capture, Integrated communications, professional development, amplification, audio, Teachers, School Administrators, School Staff, classroom audio system, classroom sound

Rites of Passage: Not just students’, also teachers’

Posted by Marcia Barahona

6/2/17 4:18 PM

According to turn-of-the-20th-century Dutch-German-French ethnographer Arnold van Gennep, a rite of passage is a celebration of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another. And so it is that May and June are rite-of-passage-laden for the US and other countries whose school calendar serves up graduations during those months.

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Topics: sound quality, professional development, audio

Education & Women's History Month

Posted by Marcia Barahona

3/8/17 1:38 PM

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Topics: professional development, Special Education, Women Leaders in Education

Attend your next PD session in your PJs

Posted by Michelle Johnson

3/4/14 1:01 PM

With every job there is a component of professional development.  When you work in education, it usually means hours at the end of your teaching day, or a day off from the students, sitting in a session.  Sometimes these are really great sessions that you don't want to miss — but may have to for a variety of reasons.  

For the trainers, in the training centers, district or county offices, it takes quite a lot of coordination to ensure you have all people in attendance and that the information is disseminated clearly.  

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Topics: juno, lesson capture, professional development