A positive school culture enables teams to produce higher quality results. Read on to learn about four essential components of a thriving culture.
Personalized coaching provides you with the tools you need to support your teaching staff, administrators, district, AND students. Here’s why that matters.
e2L has been a virtual organization since its inception. In those 11 years, we’ve developed a virtual meeting system that includes weekly 1:1 meetings for our entire staff. Read on for the key components of effective virtual meetings from CEO Shannon Buerk.
Across the Providence Public School District, English language learners (ELLs) make up 31% of the student population. In collaboration with e2L, district leaders created and implemented a comprehensive teacher coaching plan to ensure equity for ELLs.
This month on the Getting Smart Podcast, e2L Founder & CEO Shannon Buerk and podcast host Shawnee Caruthers discuss building equitable support for public school teachers and students; leading with humility, intention, and empathy; and more! Tune in now.
We live in an ever-changing world. As our futures evolve, our approach to learning and teaching must also evolve to keep up with the economy of tomorrow. It’s our mission at engage2learn to make sure learners are prepared for this…
Teachers across the country are exhausted, and it’s no mystery why. Based on his extensive experience working with districts of all sizes, e2L Chief of Staff Chris Everett shares four ways that district leaders can help their teachers feel more supported, motivated, and engaged.
Some people are quick to address difficult problems with culturally driven and popular positive sayings, like, “It could be worse,” or “Look on the bright side!” While well-intended, these comments often have the reverse effect and actually decrease morale. It’s called toxic positivity, and it may be seeping into your school or district.
Pandemic-related disruptions in learning likely mean that the students coming to you next year might be at very different stages of mastery and engagement. But don’t worry! By lesson planning with differentiation, autonomy, and the learner at the center, you’ll be equipped to meet each student where they are and set them on a path toward mastery.
In 2017, Dallas ISD leadership began to consider how to reimagine the role of the librarian. To do this, they posed a simple question: What if we coached and supported librarians in creating and implementing innovative programs that align to, extend, and enhance what’s happening in the classroom?
In the wake of COVID-19, thoughtful district leaders understand that there’s never been a more important time to engage in strategic planning to refocus efforts and find critical opportunities for growth. Read on for education leader Dr. Art Cavazos’ expertise and insight into why and how to go about strategic planning.
Sometimes teaching can feel like running a marathon on unknown terrain after pulling an all-nighter. To keep teachers from running on fumes, read on to learn about the kind of high-impact, actionable support that district and campus leaders can provide for their teachers right now.