Collaborative learning, a situation in which a few students get together and help each other learn, either through completing the… Read more Collaborative Learning: 10 Strategies that Work
Guest blog by Kelly Dowden, M.A. Adjunct Professor Purdue Global University and Technology Applications Teacher Martha Reid Leadership Academy in… Read more TCEA Tidbits
The Texas Education Agency has developed and released the Interim Assessments which were introduced during the 2018-2019 school year. The… Read more The New Kid on The Block- Interim Assessments
There have been countless studies to show which ways students learn best. The results are clear- students learn best when… Read more How to Merge H.O.T. with Technology
Guest blog by Lawana Pulliam, Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology in Canadian ISD. Who should be telling your story? … Read more Who is Telling Your Story?
Guest blog by Julie McKintosh, Assistant Principal at Keene Elementary from Keene ISD. The Scene One early August day, I… Read more Less Things, More Focus
It is the key to success. It is what helps everyone stay the course, and by providing clearly defined terms,… Read more The Gift of Having a Common Language
Guest blog by Mary Costa, PE teacher at Martha Reid Leadership Academy in Mansfield ISD. As educators, we know that… Read more Physical Education is the cornerstone for Social and Emotional Learning
Guest blog by Mary Costa, P.E. teacher at Martha Reid Leadership Academy in Mansfield ISD. Our society is suggesting that… Read more How Does Physical Activity Affect Academic Performance?
The book by Simon Sinek title “Start With Why” says it all! This book is divided into five parts. It… Read more Book Review: Start With Why