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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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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The 3 Basics of Online Safety

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Students are constantly connected to the world through the internet, their phones, and technology. There is a wealth of information out there, but it’s also scary to think some students may not understand internet safety. Here are some quick lessons…
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little Things, BIG Impact

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There are a plethora of resources out there for teachers and principals – organization tools, student management tactics, teaching tips… so why more? Not more. Just the ones that you might have overlooked or forgotten. The ones that have a…
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