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One question has haunted the mind of every teacher during the COVID19 pandemic: “Are my students really learning what I’m teaching them right now?”
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
“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
Teacher burnout and attrition is massive problem in public education right now. Here are three ways your district can mitigate the risk.
Last year, Abilene ISD partnered with engage2learn (e2L) to help turn around several campuses that were in Improvement Required status. Even though COVID-19 and school closures means we don’t have end of year student achievement data, the transformation happening on... Read More
I got interested in Design Thinking during my graduate work at Portland State University in my late 20s. David Kelley founded IDEO in 1978, and by the time I was in graduate school in 1995, user-centered design and Design Thinking... Read More
Like so many others, I have been both stunned and stirred up by the senseless killing of George Floyd, the latest in a long history of egregious acts of racial injustice. I have never spoken up on this topic before... Read More