Co-Teaching in Writer’s Workshop
Dec19

Co-Teaching in Writer’s Workshop

By:  Emily Raasch and Sean Fleming, Colegio FDR, Lima What is Co-Teaching? Teaching can be a lonely profession.  Not, though, when you are co-teaching. When two or more teachers work together the outcome can be outstanding!  Co-teaching allows two teachers to work together in the same room at the same time for the benefits of all the students.  Many authors have explored the various models (see Marilyn Friend) such as, One Teach/ One...

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American School of Paris Fuels Social Media with User-Generated Content
Dec19

American School of Paris Fuels Social Media with User-Generated Content

By Stephanie Griffin, Marketing Associate at Finalsite While social media marketing has been around for nearly a decade, some schools are still struggling to find the time, budget, and resources to build and maintain a sustainable, successful strategy. With multiple target audiences — including current and prospective students and parents, young alumni, athletes, artists, etc. — it is easy for a school to feel overwhelmed by the beast...

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The Rising Tide
Dec15

The Rising Tide

SUNY – Masters Program @ Lincoln, Cohort 1 By: Agustina Matavos, Ana Moyano, Belén Rivero y Hornos, Laura Rock, Naomi Barbour, Cristina Erazo and Barbara Noel Introduction (by Barbara Noel) This Saturday morning, at Starbucks, on a sunny spring morning cyclists, joggers and families come in to start their long weekend with frappuccinos to-go. Instead, SUNY masters students hunch over the long table clutching their lattes as they...

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From Vulnerability to Empowerment.  Reflections on a Coaching Cycle
Dec15

From Vulnerability to Empowerment. Reflections on a Coaching Cycle

From Vulnerability to Empowerment. Reflections on a Coaching Cycle By Agustina Matavos, 5th Grade Spanish Teacher at Asociación Escuelas Lincoln in Buenos Aires, Argentina. “Let’s do a coaching cycle…” When those words were said to me, I froze. I did not know what to expect, what to do. I was out of my comfort zone. Yes, I know… we have to step outside our comfort zone if we want things to change, if we want to grow as...

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Simple Meeting Hack: Change Your Agenda
Dec13

Simple Meeting Hack: Change Your Agenda

Terrie Temkin, Ph.D. CoreStrategies for Nonprofits, Inc. Regardless of your role in your school, or where in the Americas that school is found, I have no doubt that you have spent more time in meetings than you ever would have cared to. At times, you probably have rolled your eyes and silently agreed with the quote often misattributed to Star Trek’s Captain Kirk: “Meetings are events where minutes are kept, and hours are wasted.”...

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