Mar 24, 2017

Voices from the Field | Virtual Reality is a Reality

Jeannie Timken, Digital Teaching & Learning Specialist with New Hanover County Schools, participant in cohort […]

Mar 9, 2017

Voices from the Field | Professional Development That You Can Use?

My name is Jeremy Shaw and I am an Instructional Technology Coach/Facilitator for Greene County […]

Feb 15, 2017

Learning Walks : One District’s Plan to Implement Instructional Rounds for Maximum Impact

By | Jaclyn B. Stevens “When professionals share their talents and skills, they help the […]

Dec 14, 2016

Welcome Your Participants Home | 3 Keys to Quality Online Course Design

By Brittany Miller | Digital Learning Coach, Friday Institute Imagine staying as a guest at […]

Jun 21, 2016

Shifting the Coaching Mindset | Guest Blog

Alicia Ray | Media Specialist, Surry County Schools DLCN Member   This is my tenth […]

May 11, 2016

Wanda Hanley, NCDLCN Mentor

Four times per year, the PLLC brings together a collection of the best teacher-leaders, instructional […]

Apr 4, 2016

Trust the Process | A Principal’s Recipe for Success

By Emily Buchanan Principal at N.L. Dillard Middle School On July 1, 2015, I packed […]

Mar 7, 2016

Scaling Up Micro-credentials

The prospect of re-designing an entire professional development system is daunting, particularly when it’s a totally new idea, like micro-credentials. With this in mind, I have summarized three easy ways district teams can leverage to start implementing a competency-based, micro-credentialing approach.

Feb 12, 2016

Learning Walks At-A-Glance

Learning Walks are a structured approach to get teachers into other teachers’ classrooms to see the teaching and learning that is taking place.

Jan 15, 2016

Three Intentions to Boost your School Culture

School cultures are molded by the collective attitudes of the group. These attitudes define how the group reacts to different issues and situations within a school. School cultures can shift when a strong personality,