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Mental Health Considerations for Educators and Students

Mental Health Considerations for Educators and Students There has been a growing concern about mental health in education over the last few years. This is not just a trend, but a pressing issue that demands our attention. We are witnessing teachers leaving the classroom and families seeking alternative schooling for their children. The culprit? Stress.  […]

5 Strategies for Marketing to Schools

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Explore effective strategies and solutions for enhancing your marketing to schools while aligning outreach efforts with relevant purchasing cycles.

Takeaways from ISTELive 24

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Unlock the secrets of school budgets and purchasing cycles, and how businesses in the education sector can introduce more effective strategies for outreach.

Leaders Leave Too: The Unspoken Crisis of School Leaders Resigning

Leaders Leave Too: The Unspoken Crisis of School Leaders Resigning There’s a lot of talk about teachers leaving the classroom and the education field altogether. Many people are more or less aware that America is experiencing a teacher shortage. Although their personal reasons vary, the current teacher shortage typically falls into three categories: overworked, underpaid, […]

It’s Time To Assess Assessments

It’s Time To Assess Assessments Tests, assessments, and evaluations are hot topics in education right now, and rightfully so because they happen constantly. How much testing is too much testing? That’s a difficult question to answer. However, most educators would agree that students are currently being tested or assessed way too much. With continued state-driven […]

G.A.M.E.S. for the Classoom

G.A.M.E.S. for the Classoom I recently attended a professional development session where the presenter intentionally used the word “play” in the presentation. For years this was an unspoken no-no in our district.  Yes, students used educational games but we never said that word because students were learning not playing. There has been a sudden shift […]

Gaming in Classrooms

Gaming in Classrooms As I was writing this piece, I had multiple flashbacks to the 1980s, the decade I first experienced game based learning. To this day, I attribute these gaming experiences as integral to my understanding of my favorite subject –  history. However, although the games I was playing were directly related to content, […]

Gaming in Higher Education

Gaming in Higher Education Many have seen game-like exercises in K-12 classrooms, but expectations for those pedagogies typically stop at the gates of higher education. Not anymore. On many campuses across the globe, games are also becoming a learning resource at the college level. Although gaming is typically viewed as a pastime or a fun […]

The Shift Towards Non-Traditional Education Models

The Shift Towards Non-Traditional Education Models ascascascas If I was writing this article in the 20th century, “non-traditional” schooling would reference alternatives to public schools like Montessori education, charter schools, or Expeditionary Learning programs.  All three represent both the historical trend to offer variety in the way schooling happen and, through their growth, the normalizing […]

Is Elementary Education Shifting Towards Non-Traditional Education Models?

Is Elementary Education Shifting Towards Non-Traditional Education Models? Last week we celebrated National School Choice Week. This is a week where parents are encouraged to learn about all educational options available for their child. Over the past several years, many parents sought other educational school settings for their children. There are a variety of factors […]

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