education

Eric Sheninger Podcast: The Scary Side of “Status Quo” in Educational Leadership

Eric Sheninger Podcast: The Scary Side of “Status Quo” in Educational Leadership

Story Credit: This story was originally published on Scholastic District Administrator under the “Down the Hall” column by Dr. Rod Berger. “The one issue that plagues education is excuses. If education is good for one thing it’s good for making excuses not to move forward, not to innovate, not to learn. And, as a parent that would concern(…)

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School Leaders Aiding Teen Innovation

School Leaders Aiding Teen Innovation

Story Credit: This story was originally published on Scholastic District Administrator under the “Down the Hall” column by Dr. Rod Berger. Jack Andraka has become a household name, around the world ,for his scientific breakthroughs, passion for education and enthusiasm for innovation. Andraka took time to discuss the pivotal role school leaders have played in his development(…)

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Former CNN Executive Producer launches Global Education Conversation news and information channel.

New multimedia website EdCircuit.com, positioned to “Power the Global Education Conversation” WASHINGTON, D.C – April 2nd, 2015 – Today Donna Krache, former executive producer of CNN Student News and the creator and editor of CNN.com’s “Schools of Thought” announced the launch of a new global education news and information web channel, EdCircuit.com. EdCircuit features diverse(…)

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A ‘New’ Kind of Education Conference

Kelly Tenkely joins us to talk about the upcoming 5-Sigma Edu Conference being held February 20-22nd at the Anastasis Academy in Colorado. Anastasis Academy, prides itself on embarking on a continual process of discovery. 5-Sigma Edu Conference is a place to learn with world-changing thinkers and innovators within the education community. 5-Sigma is a declaration of discovery. In(…)

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What if YOU Had to Create Your Education Path?

Ankit Khandelwal set out to create his own educational path from May 2012 to June 2014. Khandelwal crafted his online course of study from leading institutions like Yale, MIT and Carnegie Mellon University. His story is inspirational and begs us all to take a closer look at our own efforts to attain greatness. Enjoy! Rod

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A ‘Non-Freaked Out’ Look at Teaching the Common Core

A ‘Non-Freaked Out’ Look at Teaching the Common Core

Educator Dave Stuart Jr. decided to take the “road less traveled” to understanding the Common Core State Standards and his daily practice as a teacher. Stuart has even written a book to ease fears and inspire thoughtful practice. We hope you enjoy our conversation with Stuart as we explore the impact of the Common Core(…)

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Technologies in Education 2014

Technologies in Education 2014

Technologies in Education 2014 Washington, District of Columbia / September 11, 2014 LIVE NOW. For the fourth year in a row, The Atlantic will examine the new policies and tools that are revolutionizing the way our students learn and our teachers teach, from educational video gaming to online learning. JUMP TO: AGENDA SPEAKERS UNDERWRITERS It’s(…)

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Bringing Classrooms to Life

Shane Cox, Lumos Techologies CEO, talks about the impact a powered-up classroom can have on a teachers ability to engage students. Prior to LUMOS, Shane was a principal founder and COO at Skywire Technologies, a technology integration firm servicing the charter school industry. His primary responsibilities were to design and oversee the installation of advanced(…)

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