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Student-Centered Instructional Strategies for ESL Students

Student-Centered Instructional Strategies for ESL Students

All month long, we’ve been highlighting best practices for working with English as a Second Language (ESL) students and English Language Learners (ELLs). We’ve discussed: Lesson Planning for ESL Students Differentiation for ESL Students Response to Intervention (RTI)...

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3 Examples of Shared Leadership in Education

3 Examples of Shared Leadership in Education

Shared leadership is not a new concept among the educational leadership community, but it has gained a new wave of attention in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis. School administrators seek a leadership strategy that adequately supports educators and students alike...

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Best Education Conferences for Principals and School Leaders in Summer 2021

Best Education Conferences for Principals and School Leaders in Summer 2021

Every summer, principals, district leaders, and other educators flock to education conferences on a mission to transform their schools the following year. There are countless back-to-school professional development options for you to consider, so we rounded up the top...

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4 Questions for School Leaders Planning for 2021-2022

4 Questions for School Leaders Planning for 2021-2022

The COVID-19 pandemic forced school leaders to question our habits and assumptions related to educational best practices. Challenges that never seemed urgent before suddenly became critical: How do we serve all students equitably through virtual-only instruction? How...

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Create an Equitable Blended Learning Environment: 4 Strategies That Work

Create an Equitable Blended Learning Environment: 4 Strategies That Work

Vulnerable student populations, such as students of color and students with IEPs, were (and have continued to be) disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Today, we’ll share four strategies for your school or district to create an equitable and inclusive blended learning environment for all students.

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