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This resource provides teacher/educators with quick conversation starters in both English and Spanish that will help educators better connect with the parent/guardian of their students in order to increase engagement for remote learning. eNet Members Only! Sorry, but this content... Read More
During my recent engage2learn coaching sessions, my coachees told me that since Covid-19, there had been an exponential increase in the communication flow between students, parents, teachers, and administrators. As part of our eGrowe coaching conversation, we collaborated to identify... Read More
This resource details a quick and easy process for strategic abandonment that helps teachers and administrators determine together or independently what they need to start, stop, or continue doing. eNet Members Only! Sorry, but this content requires a membership to... Read More
“Overwhelming” seems to be the adjective that educators are using most often to describe the 20-21 school year. The shift in education has been a drastic one, and educators are working long, grueling hours just to keep afloat. At it’s... Read More
In the summer of 2020, Houston ISD assembled its team of Teacher Development Specialists (TDS)–the district’s resident literacy experts–to create English Language Arts & Reading (ELAR) curriculum for Grades K-3.
Each year, school districts are making massive investments in new technology devices and infrastructure intended to modernize the learning experience and increase student achievement and engagement. But each year, districts are also seeing these same technology acquisitions do little to... Read More
With a student population of nearly 60,000 students, 72% of which are economically disadvantaged, Arlington ISD is not unlike most urban districts.