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Lessons From a Turnaround Principal

What a nutritiously thought-provoking podcast this week! Dr. Scott Neil has a passion for struggling learners…because he was one.  His career morphed into being a top turnaround principal to consultant…and he’s uncovered some truths along the way. From the high number of interventions to what rigor really means to curriculum alignment, his refreshing pragmatism and positive approach yield a notebook full of take-aways!  Scott’s bio: https://myedexpert.com/vendor/smnmia/
Link to Podcast: https://myedexpert.com/ep-20-lessons-learned-from-a-turnaround-principal/

Speaking of take-aways, here are just some of the top open downloads from our educational authors that have been most grabbed:

Carolyn DeCristofano: This amazing STEM author’s posts include activity packets from The Sun and the Moon to Rosie Revere.  Her captivating work is awe-inspiring, and she’s made these all OPEN downloads for educators.http://myedexpert.com/vendor/bhstemed/
Here’s the link to listen to Carolyn’s podcast – she’s just fabulous. Period. Exclamation Point.
https://myedexpert.com/ep-10-full-steam-ahead-what-would-leonardo-davinci-do/

Ann Kaiser has quite an impressive background, including Fulbright Distinguished Teacher and working in Singapore implementing engineering design.  Her “Using the Engineering Design Process in Your Classroom”  has been a popular open download – grab that here:  http://myedexpert.com/vendor/akaiser/

Kathleen McClaskey’s two contributions have provided much-needed guidance on personalized learning…and are being used all around the globe. One clarifies personalized learning, differentiation, and individualization; the other is on stages of personalized learning. Both are must haves!  Link: http://myedexpert.com/vendor/kmcclaskey/ Want to learn more about “Making Learning Personal?” Kathleen was an insightful podcast guest: https://myedexpert.com/ep-14-making-learning-personal/

What’s wrong with these kids? Author/professor Ryan Schaaf’s work is about teaching today’s learners who were practically born with devices in their hands. Fascinating research and tips in this oft-downloaded contribution, “Reinventing Learning for the Always-On Generation.”  http://myedexpert.com/vendor/rschaaf/  Podcast with Ryan was SO interesting, like how kids aren’t exactly reading left to right anymore. https://myedexpert.com/ep-02-whats-wrong-or-right-with-these-kids/

Thanks for supporting research-based practices in education and all of our authors, who work tirelessly to share their passion and expertise with the larger educational community! Seriously, it’s so fabulous that they are posting these wonderful educational resources! Partake in them all!

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