Valuable Resources

9 Great TED Talks About The Future of Education and Teaching


These talks from TED Talks Education, offer insights, concerns, and inspiration while discussing today’s educational practices and shortcomings, from a variety of perspectives. Ken Robinson: Changing education paradigms Sugata Mitra: The child-driven education Conrad Wolfram: Teaching kids real math with computers … Continue reading

Posted in Valuable Resources | Comments Off

Parent Engagement Survey


Are parents helping their child’s school meet their goals? The Harvard Graduate School of Education’s experts created a methodologically sound parent engagement survey so that you can gauge parent interest in their child’s education. From parent participation in fundraising activities … Continue reading

Posted in Valuable Resources | Comments Off

The Importance of Your School’s Online Presence


In today’s digitally-driven world, schools need to have a strong online presence or risk falling behind their competitors in the search for the best students and staff. A strong brand is how your school is remembered; parents and students will … Continue reading

Posted in Valuable Resources | Comments Off

Eight Characteristics of Principle Centered Leaders


They are continually learning. They are service oriented. They radiate positive energy. They believe in other people. They lead balanced lives. They see life as an adventure. They are synergistic. They exercise for self renewal. These traits not only characterize … Continue reading

Posted in Valuable Resources | Comments Off

Edison’s Efficient Schedule


8 hours for sleep 8 hours for one’s vocation 4 hours for recreation and health 2 hours for study and preparation 2 hours for extra service for the benefits of others, without pay

Posted in Valuable Resources | Comments Off

Teachers Must Use Visual Aids to Increase Students’ Retention Rate


Studies have proved that students retain: 20% of what they hear. 20% of what they see. 50% of what they see and hear!

Posted in Valuable Resources | Comments Off