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40 Homeschooling Tools And Resources I Use (Almost) Every Day

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This is a quick list of the tools and resources I've cobbled together over the years to get as close as I can to the vision of learning I have for them.

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Dear school leaders and policymakers: It didn’t have to be this way

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Covid map 2020-08-05Dear school leaders and policymakers, 

It didn’t have to be this way.

You had all summer to watch the rising number of coronavirus cases all across the country.

You had all summer to educate yourself about the science.

You had all summer to read credible news sources and see the viral outbreaks that occurred everywhere that people gathered without appropriate protections.

You had all summer to encourage people to do the things necessary to slow down the viral spread (hint: it wasn’t going to restaurants and bars).

You had all summer to invest in the safety precautions necessary for schools to be safe (ventilation systems, personal protective equipment, rules and policies, etc.).

You had all summer to recognize that reopening schools this fall was magical thinking and instead invest heavily in your educators’ ability to do high-quality, high-engagement remote learning (unlike last spring).

You had all summer to help your community close family equity gaps regarding computing devices and Internet access.

You had all summer to fortify yourselves for the brave political conversations and gather allies.

You had all summer to engage in realistic messaging to your community.

You had all summer to be the leader that you were appointed / elected to be.

Now you’re asking your community and citizens for “grace during this difficult time.” Are you surprised that many folks aren’t willing to give it?

It’s never too late to lead. Are you finally going to do so?

 

P.S. If you did most or all of these things, THANK YOU.

 

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The Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

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Good morning from Maine where our recent heatwave has broken and it's going to be a great weekend to enjoy the great outdoors. I'm planning to have a little backyard camping adventure with my...

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Students in Special Education, English-Learners May Go Back to Class First. Here's Why

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Some districts are giving these groups priority to make up for lost learning and lack of access in the spring.

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Books I read in July 2020

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Equity Visits bookBooks I finished reading (or rereading) in July 2020…

Hope you’re reading something fun too!

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Schools Mull Outdoor Classes Amid Virus, Ventilation Worries

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Concerns about school infrastructure are adding momentum to plans in some districts, even in colder climates, to take classes outdoors for the sake of student and teacher health

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“Just following orders” isn’t good leadership

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Just following orders

 

Every leadership program discusses “What hill are you willing to die on? What decisions are worth losing your job for?”

We haven’t done the necessary work to contain the coronavirus. Other areas that have opened too early have seen large waves of new cases. And we now have growing evidence that young children are powerful virus spreaders.

What could possibly be a bigger hill than keeping your children, families, educators, and community safe during a deadly global pandemic? What hill would you possibly pick instead?

“Just following orders” isn’t good leadership.

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The Challenge Of Global Learning In Public Education

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For education, globalization is the natural macro consequence of meaningful micro placement.

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Get Organized With Google Classroom, Meet, and Calendar

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Like a lot of you, I’ll be using Google Classroom, Google Meet and Google Calendar more than ever before this fall. I’ve been using these tools for years, but I know that many of you will be using...

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How to Make Lessons Cohesive When Teaching Both Remote and In-Person Classes

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When some students are online and others in school buildings, how can teachers make sure everyone is learning what they need to learn?

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