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Article Aug, 2017

5 Reasons Why Teachers Love PowerSchool SIS

We asked teachers why they love about PowerSchool SIS and they responded: it improves instruction, efficiency, and parent engagement, saves time, offers flexibility in grading styles, drives student growth, and provides a customizable experience to best fit their needs.

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January, 2017

5 Essential Effective Blended Learning Best Practices

Cool Cat Teacher Vicki Davis shares her insight into blended learning, the necessity of an LMS, and why her LMS of choice is PowerSchool Learning. Check out her tips and tricks for teachers as well.

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December, 2016

How to Isolate Skill Gaps for Corrective Instruction

The difference between re-teaching and corrective instruction to drive student growth and understanding.

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October, 2016

An Interview with Retired Teacher and PowerSchool Trainer Ted Lindquist on the Teacher Summit Series

We sat down with Ted Lindquist, a retired teacher and enthusiastic trainer at PowerSchool, to pick his brains on PowerSchool’s newest event series: The Teacher Summit. With over 37 years of experience in public education, Ted is passionate about helping teachers improve teaching in practical ways backed by strategy and best practices. A must-read if […]

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August 30, 2017

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August, 2016

Personalizing Teacher PD: An Instructional Coach Who Created an Award-Winning Program, Q&A Part 3

Make sure to catch Part 1 and Part 2 of this interview series with Justin Lim, the winner of the Innovation in Educational Technology Award, which PowerSchool Learning sponsors. In Part 1, he discusses the class he created and how he incorporated a personalized approach to PD. In Part 2, he discusses some of the challenges. Here, he discusses what happens […]

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4 critical edtech lessons
June, 2016

4 Critical EdTech Lessons from Teachers

More than 38,000 K-12 teachers from across the nation took part in the 2015 Speak Up survey. Here are some of the key findings from these teacher responses that have important implications for K-12 leaders. K-12 leaders can learn from teachers’ responses to the same survey, as well as another recent national poll.

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