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The PDSA cycle is a way to implement continuous improvement.
Students of color, students from low-income backgrounds, English learners, students with disabilities, and other vulnerable groups such as homeless students and students in foster care, were less likely to have rigorous, engaging, and positive educational experiences before the pandemic. There is a real risk that school closures will deepen these existing inequities in our education …
Twenty guidelines, along with links to resources, that provide a good starting place when designing an accessible course. The tips include how to create accessible videos for free.
A resource to help a school/district plan how to identify priority standards.
Offers how-to strategies on: getting student input using polls; using the chat function to ask compelling questions; and prompting discussions with word clouds.
While most students will need general supports to encourage strong attendance, some students will need focused, small group interventions, and a few will need intensive, one-on-one interventions. Attendance Works outlines those three tiers and gives examples of interventions.
Adults thrive in work environments characterized by autonomy, competence, and relatedness. This article explains how administrators can cultivate those qualities in their schools.
ThoughtCo has four different debate structures that teachers can use in hybrid classrooms.
An article that provides questions to address that will help teams ensure that they’re doing their best work.
Creating Professional Learning Communities as part of your Professional Development Plan offers an excellent way to build and improve relationships between teachers while deepening their knowledge and expanding their skill sets. Read this article from LaRena Heath for four concrete suggestions to help educators get the most out of professional learning communities.
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