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Article Feb, 2018

5 Steps to Creating Truly Engaging Personalized Learning Environments

Keys to student engagement and personalized learning include giving students freedom, tapping into curiosity, not directing, establishing sense of belonging, and giving teachers agency.

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November, 2016

Solutions for Declining Enrollment

Sudden, drastic or prolonged drops in enrollment can be challenging, at best, for a school district. At worst, they can be financially devastating. Whatever the reason, district leaders must manage the changes to protect the financial health of their schools, perhaps with a combination of tried-and-true traditional methods along with some fresh, modern ideas.

September, 2016

Back to School Home Communications

While teachers and administrators are in the back-to-school swing of things, parents are squeezing in those last-minute vacations of the summer and checking off school supplies lists. To save some valuable time and assist with home-school communications, we’ve compiled tips from dealing with school anxiety to appropriate bed times. Back to School Means Heavy Backpacks […]

September, 2016

Back-to-School Reflections on Registration: A Parent’s Tale

Overwhelmed Yesterday, I ran into my neighbor outside on the sidewalk.  She works as a middle school media specialist and has a boy starting his senior year and twin 3rd-grade girls. Having just returned from getting haircuts for herself and her son she explained that she had been suffering regular panic attacks while she was […]

August, 2016

Accurate Student Information Before School Starts: Save Time, Money, and Hassle

Online enrollment cuts out the arduous task of manually inputting student information, ensuring that schools do not have to rely on teams of administrators and temps interpreting parent handwriting while typing information into the student information under deadline.

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August, 2016

A New School Year = New Leaders

Through my experience, I have learned that most employees experience some form of anxiety about their new boss. Most of the anxiety, I have found, comes from the anticipation of unknown changes soon to come.

August, 2016

New Teacher? Switching Grades? 14 Orientation Tips for Teachers and Principals

As the new school year approaches, there are many educators who are dealing with more than just preparing for a new classroom. Some teachers are completely new to the school or grade level where they will be teaching. And while these new experiences are exciting, they can also be daunting. Luckily, a study found that […]

July, 2016

Flow Chart: Are You Ready for 2016-17 School Year?

The universal mark of success is improvement. The only way your school will know if your students and teachers have improved from the year before is if they compare themselves against the previous year’s data. We created a flow chart to assist in making these informed decisions and comparisons throughout the school year.

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