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July 1, 2020
Great Reads: Powerful Teaching

Educators, this is a must read! I have always been frustrated by presentations or books focused on research and theory that lack tangible strategies for teaching. It is rare when the two meet.  Well, not any longer. In Powerful Teaching the authors beautifully weave the two into a resource all educators will appreciate. For those of you who use Organized Binder, […]

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July 1, 2020
What's Your Plan?

While on another Zoom call today a colleague in Massachusetts asked a great question, one I had not thought about. It seems all of us in education are waiting on the edge of our collective seat to learn what school will look like in the fall. Some states have announced that schools will be safe […]

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June 25, 2020
Closing the COVID Gap - A Social Justice Commitment

The COVID Gap is disproportionately impacting communities that have been historically underserved. This is not an equity issue alone, this is also a social justice issue. As educators we must rise up and create lessons that are more equitable and accessible! I believe all educators were trying to do what was best for students as […]

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June 12, 2020
It's Time to Get Organized

My hope is that we all take time this summer to reflect upon and learn from our sudden shift to distanced learning this spring. Whether we go back to a traditional schedule, a hybrid of distance learning and in-school learning, or we remain 100% distanced we can learn from these past few months. One thing […]

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June 1, 2020
The Story Behind Cornell Notes

We all know the note taking technique, Cornell Notes. It's fantastic and simple and most importantly, it works. The story behind Cornell Notes is interesting but it can also teach us about how to help students be more successful. Cornell University professor Walter Pauk created the note taking system to help his students, but what […]

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May 18, 2020
Learning is More than a To-do List

It feels great to cross items off our to-do list! However, in a remote or independent learning environment, the school day can devolve into students simply racing through their to-do lists. We would never create a bulleted list of things to accomplish and call it a lesson plan, right? With Organized Binder students can move […]

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May 12, 2020
Free Download: Setting Goals Provides an Academic Bearing

We recently offered our Table of Contents as a free download to help families and students get and STAY organized. We've heard from many of you, and we are thrilled it is helping! We are offering another element of Organized Binder to help your students and/or children get an academic bearing during this strange time. […]

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April 29, 2020
School-at-Home Help for Teachers!

Teachers, we recently offered a free download to families to help them get and stay organized as they school from home. We want to offer the same to you! These are strange and challenging times. We'd like to help you keep going! We are offering a portion of our education success platform that can really […]

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April 29, 2020
Blend for Equity

What does schooling in the time of COVID-19 look like for families who lack reliable internet access? As we strive to figure out schooling in this time it seems most of the resources being shared are digital solutions. It makes sense - they are easy to share, no human contact, and students can engage in […]

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April 8, 2020
School-at-Home Help!

These are strange and challenging times. We'd like to help you keep going. We are offering a portion of our education success platform as a free download to help you school-at-home. Read on for a couple of quick videos and links to resources. We are all in this together! Join our email list to receive […]

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