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System for Educational Transformation (SET)

A Principal's Reflections

As we navigate the shifting currents of the educational landscape, it's clear that transformative change is not just necessary—it's inevitable. To foster an environment where every student thrives, we must reimagine our approach to education from the ground up. SET grounds everything we do at Aspire Change EDU.

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AI: Another Big Adjustment for Educators

World History Teachers Blog

Young about new features of AI that will require educators to make even more adjustments. Edsurge just published a new story by Jeffery R. First, Open AI is making its latest generation of Chatbot free to anyone. Second, new tools make it easier for students to skip notetaking in class.

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On The Danger Of Popular Ideas In Education

TeachThought

It just might be that education already has more than enough new ideas. The post On The Danger Of Popular Ideas In Education appeared first on TeachThought. New ideas, often in the shape of 'fads,' are, at best, distractions.

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Special Education (SPED) and Remote Learning

A Principal's Reflections

One aspect I did not address that keeps coming up here in the United States is how to address special education students as per the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). However, the US Department of Education (USDOE) has released some guidance that everyone should be aware of. You can access it HERE.

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10 Careers In Educational Leadership

TeachThought

Educational leadership is an expansive field, rich with opportunities for those passionate about shaping the future of education. The post 10 Careers In Educational Leadership appeared first on TeachThought.

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Don’t Forget About Educator Safety When Reopening Schools

A Principal's Reflections

When it comes to education, schools are grappling with reopening safely here in the United States. Education Week provides a wealth of information and resources for schools in this recent piece focusing on developing the right schedule to meet the student needs. There are no easy answers or choices here.

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LGBTQ+ Resources for Educators

Heinemann Blog

To that end, we have pulled together resources to educate ourselves, our classrooms, and our school communities to better support our LGBTQ+ students and colleagues. And teachers need to have all the tools to nurture and support all learners and build a classroom community that is inclusive and inviting.