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5 Strategies for Your Professional Development Initiatives

Vol. 15 No. 2

It’s critical for Division Heads to help faculty members increase their knowledge and sharpen their approaches through professional development. Your school’s professional initiatives must be designed to help teachers navigate the rapidly evolving world of education to meet the needs of today’s students.

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Recommended Resources for Academic Leaders

Vol. 15 No. 2

It’s always important to continue pursuing your professional development initiatives. That could mean diving into a good book, listening to a podcast on your way to school, or watching a video between meetings or other tasks.

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What to Know About Google for Education

Vol. 15 No. 1

Many private-independent schools continue to increase the use of technology in their programs. We’ve heard a few questions about the Google for Education program lately. Google for Education helps educators understand how to use Google’s online tools—such as Docs, Calendars, and Hangouts—to collaborate online inside and outside of the classroom.

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Set the Tone for a Successful School Year With Faculty Appreciation

Vol. 15 No. 1

A new school year is full of excitement and possibilities. As your teachers settle into their classrooms and kick off the fall semester, why not show appreciation for all that they do at your school?

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What Role Do Fidget Spinners Play in the Classroom?

Vol. 14 No. 6

“Fidget spinners have descended on my classroom. Last week, two students had them. This week, everyone had one!” Sound familiar? One of the hot toys this spring was the fidget spinner, a circular device with a bearing in the middle that allows users to spin it around their fingers. But what role does it play in the classroom?

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3 Ways to Use Tech to Empower Gen Z for Success

Vol. 14 No. 6

The World Economic Forum estimates that 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist. There’s no doubt that technology is driving this staggering evolution and it will continue to play an integral role in the lives of future generations. It’s our job as educators and administrators to best prepare students for a quickly changing job market, starting with the intersection of technology and education.

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