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The Four Tendencies and Training

By Jamie Zertuche and Ashley Guadarrama You are about to embark on a training journey! This training will be different. It will not be as teacher-directed as most training environments. You will be asked to self-assess, set goals, take risks, and…

Finding Meaning Admist Darkness

                By Christin Leggett As an educator and military spouse, I often find myself looking for an explanation for our life’s purpose. After all, those living a similar gypsy lifestyle are all too…

e2L Studio: Help!

You may (or may not) have noticed a new addition to e2L Studio: a question mark. This isn’t just any old punctuation, however! This particular question mark, found to the left of your initials in the upper right hand corner…

Students’ Corner: My Public School Experience

Welcome to the engage2learn Leading Learners blog series! We asked students across the state of Texas to interview their peers. Hear Kilgore ISD student Leticia interview her peers about their experience in public education. I am pleased to introduce Student A…

What do I do now?

You logged in to e2L Studio, and now you’re staring at the screen. So many options.  So much stuff.  Where should you even start? Today, we’d like to introduce the Learning Library in e2L Studio, your home for finding and…

Diversity and Courageous Leadership

By Shannon Buerk Have you ever heard the saying, “Great minds think alike”? At e2L, we believe that great minds think differently. In education, however, there is not currently diversity in the superintendency. Even though 77% of educators are female,…

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