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Jerome Teacher Support Network – The language of success

  There is a “New Teacher Network” in town, and the Jerome Teacher Support Program is designed to offer its new teachers a strategic support system aimed at making the transition into the teaching field and to the Jerome School … (Read More) Jerome Teacher Support Network – The language of success

The Power Grid: How to Pace the Lesson and make the Lights go ON!  

Idaho Leads Learning Network Teacher Support Program Pacing a lesson so that it’s seemingly seamless takes expertise and practice — and can be one of the greatest challenges for new teachers. Idaho Leads Learning Network offers instructional coaching that helps … (Read More) The Power Grid: How to Pace the Lesson and make the Lights go ON!  

“Data Deluge” – how educators use data for deeper learning

Declo Junior High’s professional development work is designed by the numbers.   Teachers collaborate each Monday after school and discuss strategies, interventions, and accommodations for students using Silverback Learning Solution’s Mileposts data platform.  This software system is the framework for DJHS … (Read More) “Data Deluge” – how educators use data for deeper learning

 Heavy Mettle: High Impact Teaching Strategies: Battle the Distractions of the Holidays!

It’s that time of year when the thrill of the holidays present endless distractions and seem to make academic learning targets unreachable.  It is a time when the need for highly effective instruction creates a sense of urgency. According to … (Read More)  Heavy Mettle: High Impact Teaching Strategies: Battle the Distractions of the Holidays!

It’s Hunting Season and we’re Scouting out Teachers who Desire to Inspire

They are the Game Changers Carol Dweck’s “Power of Yet” comes from her observations in Chicago schools that assesses student learning with the comment of “Not Yet,” instead of  an “F” or “D,” to gauge their progress.  The “Power of Yet,” according … (Read More) It’s Hunting Season and we’re Scouting out Teachers who Desire to Inspire