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Plan Your Winter Break Now

Posted by Arey Jones on Dec 19, 2018 3:00:00 PM

Winter break is almost here. For a few short weeks, the halls will quiet down and emails and phone calls will slow to a trickle. While this time promises a moment to relax, it is also a mere speed bump until the next semester and the accompanying laundry list of to-dos. But before that busy time comes, take a moment to set goals and expectations for things you want to accomplish during these precious few short weeks. 

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Topics: Administrator Professional Development, Teacher Professional Development, Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Winter Professional Development

Microsoft Teams For Education: Are you on board yet?

Posted by Arey Jones on Nov 27, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Microsoft Teams in Office 365 Education is just into its second year since launching in June 2017 and is being touted as one of the best ways to further classroom engagement, strengthen professional learning communities and streamline staff communication.

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Topics: Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Education, Microsoft Office, Office 365, Administrator Professional Development, Manager Professional Development

Try These Webinars For Professional Development

Posted by Arey Jones on Nov 12, 2018 3:00:00 PM

Webinars have become a popular method for professional development and for good reason; they offer direct contact with an instructor, give you the ability to interact with an audience and save traveling time and expenses. It’s no surprise there are plenty of webinars out there to choose from.

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Topics: Webinars, Resources for educators, Administrator Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Google Education, Microsoft Education, EdTechTeam, ASCD, Education Week

Take Your PD Virtual

Posted by Arey Jones on Sep 26, 2018 4:00:00 PM

Professional development connects educators and is necessary to build relationships and gain trust between administrators and teachers. But these interactive sessions of professional growth don’t always have to be in-person. Virtual PD is an ideal option for schools that don’t have the budget to cover travel expenses, guest speakers or consultants. Plus, it relieves the logistical headache of trying to schedule one PD session that works for everyone’s schedule. No wonder the idea of virtual PD is becoming a reality for many administrators.

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Topics: Administrator Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Skype, Microsoft Education, Microsoft

Get These Free Tools From Microsoft

Posted by Arey Jones on Sep 24, 2018 2:45:00 PM

Free is always good. And, it’s even better when something that’s free is also super useful. Microsoft has three free tools for educators we think you should take full advantage of as they will organize staff and enable professional development. 

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Topics: Administrator Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Microsoft Teams, Flipgrid, Microsoft Translator, Microsoft, Microsoft Education, Classroom Organization

How Virtual Reality Helps Education

Posted by Arey Jones on Sep 10, 2018 3:00:00 PM

There’s been a lot of talk lately about virtual reality and integrating it into the classroom. Is it all lip service or is there any substance behind this new type of immersion learning? While virtual reality or VR may seem a little Back to the Future Part II, its benefits make it deserving of a closer look. It can take students places they’d never be able to go in reality – an African jungle, the solar system and back in time to the creation of planet Earth.

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Topics: Administrator Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Virtual Reality, Google, Lenovo

How to Be a Google Certified Educator

Posted by Arey Jones on Aug 27, 2018 3:30:00 PM

Tech tools for education are as essential today as pencils and paper. If you’re an educator that knows how to use tech like Google Apps for Education in the classroom there are programs that offer certifications for this ability. One of the most recognized is the Google Certified Educator program, which was designed for educators and classroom teachers who demonstrate proficiency using Google for Education tools.

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Topics: Administrator Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Teacher Professional Development, Teacher Coaching, Google, Google Drive

Tackle Productivity Head-On With These 5 Tech Hacks

Posted by Arey Jones on Aug 8, 2018 3:00:00 PM

Time. It’s always something you need more of, especially as school administrators. Your days tend to be full of improving instruction, managerial tasks, delegating and creating a climate where kids want to learn. That’s a lot to pack into a single day. Good thing there are lots of tech hacks that can get help get you organized and STAY organized.

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Topics: Productivity, Microsoft, Microsoft Teams, Google Tasks, Gmail, Microsoft Outlook, Summer Professional Development, Teacher Professional Development, Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Administrator Professional Development

Administrators: Here is your Summer Reading List

Posted by Arey Jones on Jul 27, 2018 2:02:37 PM

Whether you’re hitting the road this summer or just lounging by the pool, a great book can really enrich the experience. Why not make it one that puts you ahead of the game with education technology for the fall term? Wondering about Chromebooks, G Suite or Google Classroom? Brush up on your knowledge or even demystify a topic with a paperback. We’ve chosen a couple guides for mastering tech in the classroom that are a must-have on your summer reading list.

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Topics: Administrator Professional Development, Manager Professional Development, Productivity, Summer Professional Development, Teacher Professional Development, Teacher Coaching, Chromebooks, Chromebooks In Schools, Google Classroom, G Suite

Why Administrators Should Use OneNote

Posted by Arey Jones on Jul 26, 2018 4:31:29 PM

Microsoft OneNote is changing the way students learn and teachers stay organized. But, did you know it is also ideal for administrators who need to keep everyone on the same page and make sure processes run smooth?

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Topics: Manager Professional Development, Administrator Professional Development, OneNote Education, Microsoft OneNote, Productivity, Summer Professional Development, Teacher Coaching, Teacher Professional Development

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