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July 16th, 2014

School Improvement Network Releases Edivation

Edivation Replaces PD 360 and Brings a New On-demand Professional Learning Platform, Personalized Content Recommendations, and Advanced User Interface

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    Connecticut principal Stafford Thomas blogs about his experience at the School Improvement Innovation Summit 2013.
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  • CNN

    Cory Linton, executive vice president of operations at School Improvement Network, speaks with CNN about school safety in light of the tragic teacher deaths in Ne
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  • Fox 25 News

    Cory Linton speaks on Fox 25 News about what's being done to keep students and teachers safe after recent the deaths of Massachusetts and Nevada teachers.
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  • eSchool News

    eSchool News highlights LumiBook Mobile as one of the 10 best Apple and Android apps for education in 2014.
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  • Teaching to Tomorrow

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    Guest Post by Deia Sanders, Master Teacher and Instructional Coachteaching to tomorrow With all of the changes occurring in education, we’ve had some pushback from community members who feel as if we should teach our students the way we did when they were in school, and even educators who feel like the change is unnecessary or too much.
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  • Classroom Management – Class Reward Systems

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    One of the best ways to keep students motivated is to implement a class rewards system. And that's exactly what this Strategy of the Week is all about. In this classroom management video segment, you'll see how to implement a class reward system, how it will positively impact student behavior, and how to use it to keep students motivated now and all year long.
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  • Effective Classroom Management

    Effective classroom management is one of the most difficult facets of teaching. That balance between amiable relationships with students and holding a disciplinary role in the classroom is a difficult line to straddle. Positive classroom atmospheres allow teachers to successfully relay lessons, and even more importantly, enhance a student’s ability to learn. To become an even more effective classroom manager, teachers need to be deliberate, developing strategies before they ever enter the classroom. This can be a strenuous task on top of the heavy load of a teacher’s work. Our blog is here to help and provides a few approaches for effective classroom management that are laid out in our Strategy of the Week section.In an effective classroom, nothing is more important than the student-teacher relationship; in fact, one study calls it the keystone for all other aspects of effective classroom management. This study describes how characteristics of this relationship are not based on the personality of the teacher, but specific teacher behaviors, including:
    • Exhibiting appropriate levels of influence for effective classroom management
    • Exhibiting appropriate levels of cooperation
    • Being aware of high-needs students
    Understanding how to fully invest in each kind of student (the class clown, the leader, the quiet one, the talker, etc.) will allow each pupil to feel acknowledged. This acknowledgement quickly leads to motivation.Although there are a growing number of strategies available, without an emphasized focus from the teacher on effective classroom management,the students are left with a less engaging experience in the classroom. If teachers immediately begin setting rules that are clear and direct, and students consistently abide by those rules, the classroom will continue to be an environment conducive for learning. Time spent preparing at the beginning of the year to manage the classroom effectively sets a foundation for unequivocal classroom learning and behavior.

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