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What School Districts Need from Edtech Companies

During a recent conversation with a district leadership team, an administrator simply and eloquently shared what educators need from edtech providers.

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Topics: Instructional Leadership, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

Your Monthly Instructional Leadership Must-Reads

Here are your instructional leadership news highlights from August.

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Topics: News, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

Your Monthly Instructional Leadership Must-Reads (and Must-Sees!)


In case you missed it, check out Key & Peele's latest edu-sketch above!

Here's the July instructional leadership news that got us thinking.

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Topics: News, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

Top 3 Reasons to Attend EdTech Collaborative’s Personalized Learning Summit

We've written in the past about how students think educators should engage in daily edtech "me time." This week, EdTech Collaborative is hosting their 3rd annual Personalized Learning Summit in Chicago, where you can fit a months' worth of me time into a single afternoon!

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Topics: Event, Personalized Professional Development, edtech

This Week's Instructional Leadership Must-Reads: June 26

Here are this week's must-read articles for teachers and instructional leaders:

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Topics: News, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

This Week's Instructional Leadership Must-Reads: May 29

Here are this week's must-read articles for teachers and instructional leaders:

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Topics: News, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

This Week's Instructional Leadership Must-Reads: May 22

Here are this week's must-read articles for teachers and instructional leaders:

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Topics: News, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

This Week's Instructional Leadership Must-Reads: May 15

Here are this week's must-read articles for teachers and instructional leaders:

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Topics: News, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

An Illinois Educator on the Benefits of "Scary" Conversations

There's a fantastic essay in the Washington Post today, penned by Illinois educator Stephen Traphagen, that explores why teachers, and students, should engage in "scary" conversations about failure and continuous learning. The entire piece is worth a read, but here's a teaser (and a spoiler, since it's the last paragraph):

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Topics: News, Education, TeachBoost, edtech

Guest Post: Students Recommend Daily Edtech “Me Time” for Teacher PD

This spring, students at Cornerstone Charter School’s Health + Technology High School developed a deeper appreciation for the IT industry through a school build-out project for some fictional but high-profile customers: Richmond High School, the School of Hard Knocks, and Hogwarts Academy.

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Topics: Education, TeachBoost, Guest Blogger, Personalized Professional Development, edtech

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