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Leadership from a Leader

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We recently connected with Ryan Willer, a teacher and Activities Director at Irvington High School in Fremont, California. Although schools over the past eight months have had to operate very differently with many of them going completely online, Ryan has…
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5 Ways For Teachers To Use Minga

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This quick bit of info is for: Teachers who are using MingaLite Group Owners in MingaSchools (groups, clubs, classes, and teams) Create events for tests, important assignments, or other events and deadlines that you want to ensure students and parents know…
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Filling the Bleachers

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Over the past four months, I have been chatting with hundreds of Athletic Directors to better understand the challenges they face and the goals they continually strive towards. The answer tends to be universal: engage more students surrounding sporting events.…
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A Day in the Life…

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In one of my many hours perusing the web, I came across an article from the Washington Post from 2014. And it made me stop and think. Do we really know what students go through? That was the point of…
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Must-Reads for Teachers

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This one is for you, TEACHERS. We typically share lessons and learnings around engagement and communication and culture – but today we are giving you all a little something to put in your back pocket. Here are our picks for…
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Moving to Digital Leadership

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Our students have been using social media and living in the digital world for some time. But we are still treating them like rookies. It’s time to change that. First, we need to accept that kids these days are already…
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App Safety? Check √

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As every year passes technology becomes a bigger part of the school system for one main reason: It. Can. Help! There may still be resistance in some schools, but the truth of the matter is that technology usage will continue…
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