eLearning

11 Ways to Make Teacher Evaluations More Meaningful and Less Stressful

The additional workload, the judgement, being put on the spot and held accountable . . . all of these things are stressors not just to teachers, but to any working professional. Here are some suggestions on how the evaluator can lower stress while making...
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One school’s incredible response to Covid-19 and Teacher Evaluation (A Guest Post from Dr. Kelly Andrews)

This is an area that was not of immediate concern to administrators due to the rapid nature of closing the school. As the weeks continue to go by and we continue to deliver education from home, it is something that is now rising to the top of the “to...
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E-Learning: Helping the Parents of Your Students

With E-Learning becoming the new reality in learning for our children, many parents have sounded off on social media on the new way of life and the extra role that the parents are fulfilling while their child is learning at home.
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Video Conferencing: Keep hackers out of your virtual classroom with four do’s and don’ts

Our world has changed significantly and swiftly since the introduction of COVID-19 a few weeks ago. Much of the country and the world is social distancing or self quarantining as we all deal with a virus that our bodies are not ready to handle. We find...
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COVID-19 Teacher Resource Round-Up: 5 quick guides to moving the classroom online

With many school districts being closed across the United States, due to the COVID-19, many schools are quickly going to E-Learning. As a learning community, we’d also like to share ideas and best practices on moving courses online quickly. Some quick...
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