2 06, 2020

How to Prepare for the Unknown

2021-04-25T22:16:46+00:00

In this article, you will learn...

  • Education consistently goes through many types of changes, some planned, some controllable, and some unknowable.
  • Investing your resources in ensuring students have best, first instruction from their teachers is the strongest investment an administrator can make.
  • All student learning is driven by standards-based curriculum, efficient instruction, regular assessment, and a positive academic climate.
How to Prepare for the Unknown2021-04-25T22:16:46+00:00
2 06, 2020

Professional Development from the Eyes of the Teacher

2021-04-25T21:55:37+00:00

In this article you will learn...

  • Elevated Achievement’s Learning Model is driven by the learner and answers the question—What does a learner need to know in order to better own their learning?
  • The Learning Model is made up of five learner-centered phases: setting the Learning Context, stating the Learning Outcome, engaging in the Learning Process, producing the Learning Demonstration, and implementing the Learning Application.
  • Teachers deserve the same well-planned opportunities for professional development as they give their own students.
Professional Development from the Eyes of the Teacher2021-04-25T21:55:37+00:00
20 04, 2020

4 Reasons Why We Need to Listen to Our Teachers

2021-04-25T21:43:11+00:00

In this article, you will learn...

  • To improve student achievement, teachers must be heard.
  • Listening is an active process.
  • When we listen, we discover things, build trust, and make better decisions.
  • Active listening is a key aspect of learnership.
4 Reasons Why We Need to Listen to Our Teachers2021-04-25T21:43:11+00:00
17 02, 2020

Three Ways Students Interpret Their Role

2021-04-21T21:56:57+00:00

In this article, you will learn...

  • Students pick up on cues from the teacher, other students, their parents, and even society that they use to interpret their role in the classroom.
  • Some students think their role is to “do” school. Other students begin to “understand” school. And, a few realize that their role is to “own” their learning.
  • Students who are supported to take full ownership of their learning will, in tandem, build intrinsic motivation.
Three Ways Students Interpret Their Role2021-04-21T21:56:57+00:00
27 01, 2020

How to Develop Reflective, thus Effective Teachers

2021-04-21T21:51:09+00:00

In this article, you will learn...

  • Teachers who reflect on their practice daily are the most effective at increasing student learning.
  • A culture of self-reflection can be built.
  • Three steps to support reflection include: 1) Determining the components that will be reflected upon and how they support student achievement, 2) identifying strengths and areas of growth, and 3) developing an action plan to build on strengths and fill in gaps.
How to Develop Reflective, thus Effective Teachers2021-04-21T21:51:09+00:00