As a large language model, ChatGPT has the potential to revolutionize the way schools approach education. From personalized learning to assistive technology, here are five ways ChatGPT can be used in schools: 2. Homework Help: ChatGPT can be used as a virtual tutor, providing students with homework help and study support. Students can ask questionsContinue reading “Transforming Education with ChatGPT 5 Ways Schools Can Benefit”
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Beyond Tests: 5 Alternative Assessment Strategies
We know assessments — both formative and summative — are critical components of teaching and learning, but so often they become straight-up burdens. At best, they can be boring and uninformative. At worst, they can take on a life of their own, and overtake what we know is most important in the learning process. ThisContinue reading “Beyond Tests: 5 Alternative Assessment Strategies”
5 Ways Schools Should Change After COVID-19
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. In the days that followed, schools shut their doors to in-person learning, forcing educators around the world to rethink how to deliver meaningful and engaging instruction remotely. Many educational organizations were not prepared for such a shift as teachers and students were leftContinue reading “5 Ways Schools Should Change After COVID-19”
5 Educational Concepts to Eliminate in 2021
2020 was a rough year on everyone in education. Schools across the country were closed to in-person learning due to fear of virus spreading throughout communities. Instead of classrooms, students learned from their teachers from their bedrooms, kitchens, dens, and day care facilities open for essential workers. Teachers were forced to pivot quickly from in-personContinue reading “5 Educational Concepts to Eliminate in 2021”
5 Educational Concepts We Need to Eliminate in 2020 (Distance Learning Edition)
As the 2020-21 school year opens, schools and classrooms across the country are eerily quiet. Millions of students are beginning the school year remote learning from home. Teachers have spent weeks and months preparing for this change as COVID-19 failed to dissipate over the summer. Instead of back-to-school shopping, parents frantically worked to figure outContinue reading “5 Educational Concepts We Need to Eliminate in 2020 (Distance Learning Edition)”
5 Things New Principals (and principals that are new to their school) Should Do Their First Year On The Job
Each year, thousands of new principals begin their journey in school administration. The first year for a new principal can be challenging, exhausting, and frustrating, but also extremely rewarding at the same time. Education Week reports that nearly half of new principals leave their school after three years, and nearly 20 percent leave every year.
5 Ways Principals Can Lead In A Virtual Environment
Many school districts across the country are either choosing or being mandated to begin the 2020-2021 school year with distance learning. While this is disappointing to so many of us, we must also recognize our new reality and put measures in place to ensure that students experience a robust and comprehensive online learning environment.
School principals will be critical in supporting this robust environment. Teachers and parents will be looking for leadership during these uncertain and ever-changing times. Principals must rise to this challenge and bring together communities.
Here are 5 ways for principals to lead remote schools:
3 Ways School Will Look Different In The Fall
This article was orginially posted on Forbes.com writen by Robyn D. Shulman and Dr. David Franklin from The Principal’s Desk. This is what most students can remember before the pandemic arrived, and school will most likely look quite different this academic year. To develop strong social and emotional skills, kids must be in an environmentContinue reading “3 Ways School Will Look Different In The Fall”
5 Ways Schools Will Look Different In The Fall
For most of us, April and May felt like they lasted way longer than 30 days each. Unfortunately, August and September probably won’t look a whole lot better. Teachers across the country are doing the best they can in delivering content that was designed for in-person instruction over the web. Parents are struggling to balanceContinue reading “5 Ways Schools Will Look Different In The Fall”
5 Lessons Learned From Distance Learning in the Time of COVID-19
Right now, millions of children across the United States are learning from their teachers from their own kitchens, living rooms, and backyards. The reality is beginning to set in that children might not be returning to school for a while. Teachers are working hard to pivot from in-person instruction to an online approach, attempting toContinue reading “5 Lessons Learned From Distance Learning in the Time of COVID-19”