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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 […]

AI in the Classroom

AI in the Classroom I was recently asked by a member of my Professional Learning Network (PLN) how my district is addressing artificial intelligence (AI) in our school.  Her school system is starting down the road of exploration of AI; specifically, the implications and applications of this game changing technology.  As we have started down […]

Emerging Trends in Education for 2024

Emerging Trends in Education for 2024 I always loved the uniqueness of the school calendar juxtaposed to our commonly used Gregorian version.  Indeed, both celebrate the start of 2024, but they engage the new year with a distinctly different tenor.  In general, as the population enters January 1st with promises and a renewed energy for […]

Teacher Shortage on the Ground

Teacher Shortage on the Ground I recently read an article regarding improvements being made to a local office building.  The management company touted the construction of a new roof top lounge and relaxation facility.  The new amenity includes social spaces, gaming opportunities, community events, and complementary food and beverages.  The addition expanded the already existing […]

First Year Teachers vs. Veteran Teachers: The Secondary Edition

First Year Teachers vs. Veteran Teachers: The Secondary Edition We all have our influential core convictions regarding education.  Whether the topic is classroom management, instructional practices, or year long schooling, our beliefs are the collection of our experiences.  To specify, by “experiences” I am referring to things like the content (reading, podcasts, videos) we engage […]

Options for Educators in Secondary Education

Options for Educators in Secondary Education Years ago, when I started college, I entered my freshman year with a rare moment of clarity.  Unlike most of my incoming class and friends, I knew my career path – I wanted to become a high school history teacher. With that understanding, I was able to navigate my […]

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