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#Expect Success | Jerome Teacher Support

Amy Halterman teaches 6th grade Western Civilizations at Jerome Middle School. Halterman participated in the Jerome Teacher Support Program last year as a new teacher to the district, which was a support service provided by the Leads Learning Network. The … (Read More) #Expect Success | Jerome Teacher Support

Building Dreams One Day at a Time…

As educators across the state prepare their lessons, their classrooms, and their teaching hearts for the start of school, the groundwork for expectations is in the works. Jaysa Fillmore is the Agriscience Instructor and FFA Advisor at Cassia High School. … (Read More) Building Dreams One Day at a Time…

Sustainable Collaboration is a Team Sport

There have been many articulate discussions debating the differences between data collection and data analysis.  What do educators actually do with data in each scenario?  To add to the layers of complexity, there are intentional moves to clarify the difference … (Read More) Sustainable Collaboration is a Team Sport

Student Volunteers – A Lesson on Motivation

There has been much ado about motivation and grit, and the benefits of them co-mingling in the mind of one person.   According to Daniel Pink in his book Drive:  The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, he states, “The most … (Read More) Student Volunteers – A Lesson on Motivation

Leaders and Teachers Book Study

Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, by Angela Duckworth The highest form of learning happens when interest and motivation intertwine.  The Leads Learning Network is offering a course for educational leaders, teachers and students who desire to be successful … (Read More) Leaders and Teachers Book Study