Using Social Media to Promote Your School

Social media accounts for schools can be powerful. They promote communication with stakeholders- parents, students, and community members. They showcase what makes the school unique while celebrating the strides made to become a positive, successful learning environment for children. One major drawback for having social media accounts for schools is the time requirement to set…

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253: Speak So They Listen

We as educators talk all day long. We don’t spend much time on our own speaking ability. It’s time to focus on speaking effectively so your audience (students, teachers, parents, and community members) can hear you loud and clear. We want to evoke change and growth- not become talking heads. We have one voice and…

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Coaching Cycles: Macro vs Micro Options

Coaching cycles support the growth of teachers in the classroom. They are a sequence of partnership opportunities between the teacher and coach that range from intensive to light support. What support opportunities included in coaching cycles is not black and white. Instructional coaches and other teacher leaders have the flexibility to create support options tailored…

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252: Know Your Options

  Do you know how many opportunities are out there for teachers? The opportunities are unlimited! You’ll find out something you don’t know- certifications, schools that are a better fit, and even more leadership options! I’m here to help teachers find missed opportunities and information while helping ideas and dreams become realistic.  Quotables It’s hard…

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251: Creating Change Within

Take action and start creating change from within your school building. Some questions you may want to ask yourself are: How do you find changes you want to see? How to evoke change no matter where we are? You know what should be done differently so instead of wishing and wanting, speak up! Use your…

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Solving Major Problems in Education

There are numerous problems in education. We are using outdated methods in today’s school climate. With this strategy, we will never get ahead nor will we meet the needs of our current students. Luckily, there are educators willing to solve these problems. Even though some districts and states might have unique obstacles that require unique…

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Tips to Boost Teacher Morale

Teacher morale has taken a nose dive the past two years as educators have worked tirelessly through the pandemic. They’re teaching double time with students in the classroom and learning at home, managing a revolving door of quarantining children for ten days at time, and maneuvering social distancing protocols.  On top of that, teachers are…

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