Aug 7, 2017

Equity implications of educator micro-credentialing systems

By | Lauren Acree and Alison Graham Over the past few years, micro-credentials (MCs) for […]

Aug 2, 2017

The PD Problem: Canvas + PD = Endless Possibilities

By: Sarah Allred | Braxton Craven Middle School | Instructional Coach Sarah Allred is an Instructional […]

May 2, 2017

Research Provides Clarity: Co-engagement Is Key to Success with Screens

By Liz Kolb A recent study by Elizabeth Zack and Rachel Barr highlights the role […]

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 […]

Jun 21, 2016

Shifting the Coaching Mindset | Guest Blog

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

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.