After reading the September 2018 edition of Educational Leadership magazine, we decided to host a Twitter chat on this timeless topic. This episode highlights some great ideas to promote strong classroom management in an effort to create improved classrooms for today's learners.
In this episode, the #IAedchat team captures the thoughts and reflections of the weekly Twitter chat dedicated to school culture. There are some great ideas shared in this episode to improve the culture in your setting. Visit tinyurl.com/iaedchat for more information.
We are taking care of so many people in the school setting that often times we forget to take care of ourselves. The intense work of educators can be consuming if we are not careful. Within this episode, we recap some strategies and ideas to promote self care and combat burnout.
Kim Strobel is transforming education and helping teachers bring creativity, innovation, excitement, and achievement back into the classroom. She’s an education consultant, well-versed in best-practice strategies. But she’s also a teacher, so she knows what it takes to implement real change—and that a lot of professional development fails to deliver. This conversation focuses on reinvigorating teachers’ purpose and passion, empowering them to step back into their classrooms with confidence and courage.
In this episode the team takes on six different debates centered on the framework of "Rocks vs. Sucks." Followers chimed in about their thoughts related to network filters, homework, parent/teacher conferences, social media, bring your own device, and more. We hope this episode doesn't suck!
What's best for all students? Are we providing environments where ALL kids have equal opportunities? The discussion in this podcast recapped a the weekly #IAedchat focused on equity and opportunity for students and families. There are great pieces of information that you will not want to miss. Connect with us online: tinyurl.com/iaedchat
Within this live show, we visited with Jim Sporleder, the former principal of Lincoln Alternative High School in Walla Walla, Washington featured in the documentary, Paper Tigers. This conversation focused on Trauma Informed Practices and creating a relationship-based culture in the school environment.