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A new semester can bring new challenges, but it can also drag the obstacles from the first semester – kicking and screaming – into another marathon of instructional practices, professional development, and paralyzing data sets. As
Now that we are in mid-December, attention is quickly turning toward the winter break. Teachers often look forward to the winter break as a time to unwind, recharge, and spend quality time with family and friends.
The academic focus is often lost between Thanksgiving and the Winter Break as this stretch is one of the toughest for students, teachers, and school leaders. Everyone in education knows it because there is a collective
As the leaves change colors and the crisp autumn air fills the atmosphere, one thing is clear: Halloween is near. In fact, it is here today! For teachers, this day of the year can be both
3 Ways To Bring Teacher PD Into The 21st Century
PRESS RELEASE | DECEMBER 5, 2022 ON ESCHOOL NEWS
Author: Darren Reed – Senior VP | SPDC
Rather than having to wait for the next teacher workday to address what they’re facing in the classroom this week, teachers should have real-time access to diverse topics in the form of on-demand, personalized teacher PD content with a focus on preparation and planning, data-driven practices, instructional environment, and building relationships..