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Tips for Teacher Self-care this Summer

Summertime for teachers is a mix of relaxation and planning for the next school year. I’d like to suggest that it can also be a great time to practice self-care and develop some healthy routines that can carry into the fall. I... Read More

Psst! Reflect Before Your Summer Break

The end of the school year can feel a bit “best of times/worst of times.” There’s a feeling of accomplishment as you get down to the final days. But you can also feel like you’re just trying to get across the finish line with... Read More

Resource Spotlight – Journey to Effective Feedback

Nearly half of all teachers leave the profession within the first five years. This statistic isn’t just scary for principals looking to fill positions. Evidence shows that the benefit to students increases dramatically when... Read More

Umm, What About Feedback?

As a former teacher, it can be….tricky… to navigate my own kids’ experiences with feedback in school. For example, I recently received the following email from my son’s English teacher:  “I don’t return practice or... Read More

Transforming Your Classroom with Effective Feedback

I recently re-read an article from 2016 by Dylan William called “The Secret of Effective Feedback.” Over the past several years we’ve consistently found that feedback is one of the best ways teachers can improve students’... Read More

Infographic: Engaging Students with Effective Feedback Loops

Teachers know that students learn best when they’re actively engaged in their learning. While there are many different ways to engage students, one strategy we’re focused on is establishing effective feedback loops between... Read More

Mindset’s Impact On Learning

Great learning has the power to change how we think about ourselves, our relationships, and our role in the world. For both students and teachers, one of the most significant impacts on a person’s learning is their mindset, or... Read More

Effective Feedback Loops Help Students Engage and Learn Actively

As teachers, we know that students learn and perform their best when they’re actively engaged in the learning process. While there are many different ways to make learning more active, one strategy we’re focused on is on... Read More