Category: Innovative Leadership

Weekly Bookmarks from @mccoyderek 10.26.2014

A Treasure Trove of Free Printable Graphic Organizers to Use in Class What Your Students Really Need to Know About Digital Citizenship Lots of great considerations from @coolcatteacher 10 Ways to Help Solve Hibernating Students Great piece here! Hibernators may not be physically asleep…

Weekly Bookmarks from @mccoyderek 10.5.2014

6 Steps to Becoming a Highly Effective Leader: Your Personal “SWOT” Analysis What Is Leadership in Curriculum? Some great guiding questions to help us in our supervision efforts – for teachers, school admin and district leaders Solve the Frustration of Team Decision-Making For us,…

Weekly Bookmarks from @mccoyderek (weekly)

11 ways to start using tech in the classroom #5 is a great way to give a boost to your class! Jeopardy Rocks – Another Tool for Creating Review Games 4 ways to foster independent readers and writers Making connections is a big part…

Weekly Bookmarks from @mccoyderek 9.14.2014

6 TED Talks Educators And Students Should Watch Together There are some inspirational videos here – messages to keep staff going and help students reach! Common Core in Action: Using Digital Storytelling Tools in the ELA Classroom 16 Common Core Technology Tools–With Examples Great…

Weekly Bookmarks from @mccoyderek 9.7.2014

Getting the Most Out of Classroom Observations Collect data and have clear intentions – among some of the great advice New Classroom Questioning Techniques for the Best Year Ever Using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge to Increase Rigor Some great resources on DOK 15 Powerful…

BYOD – More Than A Guest Network

As I was making my rounds last week, during our first week of school, I stopped in the room of one of my 8th grade math teachers, Ms Sams. She was explaining some first week rules and working in some creative review when I…

Weekly Bookmarks from @mccoyderek (weekly)

How to balance digital literacy with traditional Strategies to build knowledge and program design The 6-Step Guide To Becoming A Better Learner #6 – ‘Step out of your comfort zone’ Excellent Guides and Tutorials to Help Kids Make Engaging Educational Movies Great links here…