The April-May edition of Educational Horizons from Pi Lambda Theta includes three articles by CTQ writers. Read on.
Megan Allen, education faculty at Mount Holyoke College, writes "Catching the Bug: How Virtual Coaching Improves Teaching."
Virtual coaches can drop in frequently and offer on-the-spot feedback. See how bug-in-ear coaching can improve teachers’ performance and foster collaboration.
Ben Curran, co-founder of Engaging Educators shares "Six for Summer: Projessional Learning Opportunities."
While summer is the perfect time for teachers to relax and recharge their batteries, it also affords teachers with something that isn’t easy to come by during the school year — time for professional learning.
Finally, Kentucky teacherpreneur Ali Wright offers her advice for "Creating a Positive Classroom Culture: Minute by Minute."
If I want students to try their best during my class, I have to create an environment that allows them to flourish as happy, engaged citizens.