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“The Revolution will not be televised, it will be in your classrooms.” – Brene Brown We need to understand how scarcity affects the way we lead and teach, we have to engage with vulnerability and we need to learn how … Continue reading
Goffstown, NH. The SAU#19 Business Office, located in the historic original 1874 school house in center of Goffstown, recently replaced the cupola on its roof. Time and the elements had taken its toll on the original structure, but in replacing … Continue reading
Congratulations to Karen Thompson and Hinsdale High School for being featured by the National Center for Learning Disabilities!! The case study describes the exemplary work their ELO Program is doing to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Keep up the … Continue reading
The Office of Educational Technology at the New Hampshire Department of Education is partnering with GenYES to help promote participation of New Hampshire schools in the GenYES program. Dr. Dennis Harper will give a GenYES workshop in Concord on August … Continue reading
As a long time education reform advocate, I don’t mind saying that the reform agenda has gotten a bit stale. Standards based reform dates back to the 70s. The first charter laws schools were passed over 20 years ago, just … Continue reading
Is a picture really worth 1,000 words? Two interesting observations: In the K–12 classroom, today’s youth spend 90 percent of the time with text-based materials and 10 percent of the time with image-based materials. Outside the K–12 classroom, today’s youth … Continue reading
by John McCarthy, Education Consultant, Advocate for Student Voice in Learning on Edutopia at https://www.edutopia.org/blog/differentiated-instruction-ways-to-plan-john-mccarthy In The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and crew are so intimidated by the Wizard’s enigmatic personality that they struggle to talk with him on equal … Continue reading