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Resources for developing your skills, pursuing advanced certifications, and growing as a teacher. Includes professional career advice & information. | Cult of Pedagogy

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Tiny interventions can create very large and positive differences in the lives of the folks we care about. | Dave Stuart Jr.

Can Ten Minutes of Reading Change a Whole Semester of Teaching? It May Have for This Teacher - Dave

Tiny interventions can create very large and positive differences in the lives of the folks we care about. | Dave Stuart Jr.

Learn about the Framework for Teaching American Slavery that includes resources and guidelines for history teachers: a list of 10 key concepts and 21 summary objectives, over 100 primary source texts, videos, inquiry design models, and a podcast. | Cult of Pedagogy

Teaching Slavery: What We Should Be Doing to Get it Right

Learn about the Framework for Teaching American Slavery that includes resources and guidelines for history teachers: a list of 10 key concepts and 21 summary objectives, over 100 primary source texts, videos, inquiry design models, and a podcast. | Cult of Pedagogy

Rubrics are meant to clarify expectations, but poor design can make the experience anything but clear. These five guidelines will help. | Cult of Pedagogy Teaching Memes, Co Teaching, Teaching Literature, Education And Literacy, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Science, Teaching Ideas, Art Education, Teacher Resources

Rubric Repair: 5 Changes that Get Results

Rubrics are meant to clarify expectations, but poor design can make the experience anything but clear. These five guidelines will help. | Cult of Pedagogy

What Teachers Really Think About Principals - Regardless of what you believe about your performance as an administrator, this survey makes one thing clear: Your teachers aren’t telling you everything. Teacher Survey, Teacher Morale, School Assistant, Assistant Principal, School Leadership, Educational Leadership, Educational Websites, Educational Technology, Cult Of Pedagogy

What Teachers Really Think About Principals

Regardless of what you believe about your performance as an administrator, this survey makes one thing clear: Your teachers aren’t telling you everything. | Cult of Pedagogy

It wasn’t just my classroom that was profoundly impacted by the work of our pilot group. Each of the participants experienced significant changes in practice. | Cult of Pedagogy Reflective Learning, Cult Of Pedagogy, Career Advice, Professional Development, Pilot, Classroom, Group, School, Career Counseling

What Is Voluntary Piloting? And How Can We Implement It in Our School?

It wasn’t just my classroom that was profoundly impacted by the work of our pilot group. Each of the participants experienced significant changes in practice. | Cult of Pedagogy

Your staff is one of the most valuable sources of information you have about how effectively you're doing your job. But are you asking? | Cult of Pedagogy Survey Form, Cult Of Pedagogy, Faculty And Staff, Career Advice, Professional Development, Brave, Teacher, Career Counseling, Professor

Principals: Are you brave enough to ask for staff feedback?

Your staff is one of the most valuable sources of information you have about how effectively you're doing your job. But are you asking? | Cult of Pedagogy

Teachers want technology to support real student learning. JumpStart is a self-paced online technology course that enables you to help your students do things they could never do before. Sign up now! A Cult of Pedagogy product. Use Of Technology, Educational Technology, Cult Of Pedagogy, Direct Instruction, Higher Order Thinking, Information Age, Professional Development, Student Learning, Teacher Resources

JumpStart: A Technology Course for Thoughtful Educators

Teachers want technology to support real student learning. JumpStart is a self-paced online technology course that enables you to help your students do things they could never do before. Sign up now! A Cult of Pedagogy product.

How can we take the buzzwords and use them for great education? Look at three current buzzwords and explore how they are used, how they are abused, and how they can be applied in real classrooms. | Cult of Pedagogy Cult Of Pedagogy, Big Words, Career Advice, Professional Development, 21st Century, Teacher, Classroom, Bling, How To Apply

3 Education Buzzwords & How to Apply Them

How can we take the buzzwords and use them for great education? Look at three current buzzwords and explore how they are used, how they are abused, and how they can be applied in real classrooms. | Cult of Pedagogy

The teaching workload seems to be increasing every year, but you DON'T have to figure out ways to navigate it all on your own. 40 Hour is designed to help you find ways to take control of your time AND do a great job for kids. Cult Of Pedagogy, Free Opening, Teaching Career, Focus On What Matters, 40 Hours, Work Week, Career Advice, Student Work, Professional Development

40 Hour Teacher Workweek by Angela Watson is starting soon!

The teaching workload seems to be increasing every year, but you DON'T have to figure out ways to navigate it all on your own. 40 Hour is designed to help you find ways to take control of your time AND do a great job for kids.

These powerful ideas are impressive because they require virtually no money, minimal administrative sign-off, and use resources that are already available. | Cult of Pedagogy Cult Of Pedagogy, Sign Off, Career Advice, Professional Development, Budgeting, Minimal, Teacher, Money, Education

3 Creative Solutions for School Problems

These powerful ideas are impressive because they require virtually no money, minimal administrative sign-off, and use resources that are already available. | Cult of Pedagogy

Manyactivities don’t count as official “professional development.” They can’t be used to get hours for re-certification. But they are all prime examples of what happens when teachers own their learning. Professional Learning Communities, Professional Development, Cult Of Pedagogy, Action Research, Genius Hour, Curriculum Design, Paradigm Shift, Book Study, Creating A Blog

16 Ways to Own Your Professional Learning

Manyactivities don’t count as official “professional development.” They can’t be used to get hours for re-certification. But they are all prime examples of what happens when teachers own their learning.

When it comes to instructional planning, what you do in the 45- to 90- minute block of time that comprises actual pedagogy produces the most powerful learning. Learn and follow these principles for high-quality student education. | A Cult of Pedagogy course Teaching Time, Teaching Science, Learning Activities, Instructional Planning, Instructional Design, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, 8th Grade Ela, Problem Solving Activities

4 Laws of Learning (and How to Obey Them in Your Lessons)

When it comes to instructional planning, what you do in the 45- to 90- minute block of time that comprises actual pedagogy produces the most powerful learning. Learn and follow these principles for high-quality student education. | A Cult of Pedagogy course

Are you starting your teaching career later in life? Here is some advice for getting the job from two administrators and a teacher who has been there. Cult of Pedagogy First Year Teachers, New Teachers, Cult Of Pedagogy, Teaching Career, Career Advice, Professional Development, Get The Job, Reading, Life

Teaching as a Second Career: Getting the Job

Are you starting your teaching career later in life? Here is some advice for getting the job from two administrators and a teacher who has been there. Cult of Pedagogy

Unconferences are the greatest thing to hit professional development since the Internet: Free, informal gatherings where the content is provided entirely by the participants themselves. | Cult of Pedagogy Technology Tools, Educational Technology, Cult Of Pedagogy, Career Advice, Professional Development, Teacher, Internet, Student, Content

5 Reasons For a Teacher to Try an Unconference

Unconferences are the greatest thing to hit professional development since the Internet: Free, informal gatherings where the content is provided entirely by the participants themselves. | Cult of Pedagogy

Lately I hear more and more people describing themselves as instructional coaches, so I thought it was time to take a closer look at the work they do. | Cult of Pedagogy Cult Of Pedagogy, Instructional Coaching, Career Advice, Professional Development, What Is Like, Coaches, Closer, Things To Think About, Thoughts

What It's Like to Be an Instructional Coach

Lately I hear more and more people describing themselves as instructional coaches, so I thought it was time to take a closer look at the work they do. | Cult of Pedagogy

Diagrams, pictures, graphic organizers, 3D models, movement, demonstrations, role-plays, simulations, or mental images are nonlinguistic ways to increase student achievement. | Cult of Pedagogy Cult Of Pedagogy, English Language Learners, Second Language, Graphic Organizers, Career Advice, Professional Development, Teaching English, Teacher Resources, Plays

Nonlinguistic Representation: Go Beyond the Use of Words

Diagrams, pictures, graphic organizers, 3D models, movement, demonstrations, role-plays, simulations, or mental images are nonlinguistic ways to increase student achievement. | Cult of Pedagogy