Tag Archives: planning

“To Maximize Learning” — #EdChat Summary: 01-17-12

Topic: How do we consider time differently to rebuild school schedules and calendars to maximize learning? Sometimes, when I’m out and about on the roads early in the morning, I see a school bus and think to myself, “Why on … Continue reading

Six Simple Steps for Succeeding in School

guest written by Mark Molloy of My Town Tutors Being a classroom teacher for close to twenty years, I have noticed some simple, but useful tips that can help students succeed academically. Each year there are a growing number of … Continue reading

How to avoid being a “helicopter parent”

guest written by Suzanne Shaffer of Parents Countdown to College Coach It’s hard. I know. I’ve been there. You want your kids to have the BEST education available. You want them to want it as much as you do. You … Continue reading

Start Getting Excited for ISTE… NOW!

It seems like only yesterday that I was writing a blog post announcing the swingin’ party that TestSoup will be co-hosting at the ISTE 2011 conference in Philadelphia at the end of this month.  But that impression is entirely mistaken.  … Continue reading

Last Chance to Reflect

I have said it 100 times and I will say it again. The only difference is…I mean it this time. Summer is really coming to an end. You are going back to school, if you have not gone already. Are … Continue reading