Category: Personalized Learning

I Remember

Today, we have another guest blogger. Jocelyn Burlew is a talented member of Team Character at Mason Intermediate School. In this post, she reflects back on how students may be going through tough times that may be quite invisible to teachers. She emphasizes that teachers building relationships can do much to help those students out.…
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September 18, 2017 4

Get Them Out of There! How I Achieve Email Inbox Zero

According to Gmail Meter, I get just over 100 emails per school day. That’s a lot of email to keep up with! Those emails range from simple requests for technical assistance to requests for Reflective Planning appointments before a teacher tries something new in a lesson and every level of engagement in between and beyond! I…
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September 9, 2017 0
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5 Ways to Incorporate Personalized Learning into Your Classroom Next Year

This year I read the first “textbook” I truly enjoyed. It’s a professional development book called Learning Personalized: The Evolution of the Contemporary Classroom by Allison Zmuda, Greg Curtis and Diane Ullman. It’s really, really great. Trust me… I’m an English teacher! Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestRedditemail

June 24, 2017 0