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Professional development

The Benefits of Interleaving

What is Interleaving? Interleaving is a term that refers to mixing various educational topics together. It is sometimes called Mixed Practice. Using interleaving in the

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Master's resources

How to Become an Academic Advisor

What Does an Academic Advisor Do? Academic advisors are crucial to the success of many students. Academic advisors have a variety of different roles which

Professional development

Why Continued Adult SEL is Needed

Why is Continued Social-Emotional Learning for Adults Needed? Schools are microcosms of the world at large. The greatest challenges facing our schools (and our society)

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Administrative office

COVID Successes: Parental Involvement

How Involved were Parents Pre-COVID? This article will address COVID-19 successes with parental involvement. Before COVID-19, attendance was an issue for a lot of students,

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Administrative office

K-12 Education Grants To Check Out

For the purposes of this article, I am going to limit the discussion of educational grants from the perspective of a school district securing funding

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Administrative office

Innovative Staff Training Strategies

Many have said that professional development for educators isn’t very useful. They claim that, despite the best intentions, there is no real evidence that suggests

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