3 Ways To Reset Your Classroom

Chad OstrowskiBlog, Class Management, Start Here, Survival

3 Ways To Reset Your Classroom

Now is the perfect time to reset your classroom! Whether it’s the start of a new year, you’re coming back from an extended break, or maybe you just need to find a way to take back control of the 4 walls of your classroom, there are multiple ways you can “reset” your classroom and start to take back your sanity, … Read More

The Importance of Communication in Personalized Learning (Video)

Chad OstrowskiBlog, Competency Based Learning, Mastery Learning, Self-Paced Learning, Start Here, Video

   FULL VIDEO TRANSCRIPT BELOW Hi guys. Today I want to talk about something that’s probably one of the most important things that happens outside of your classroom, and that is how important parent communication is to personalize, self paced in mastery learning. There’s a fundamental truth and that’s that some of these things are relatively new in education. … Read More

Getting Started with Twitter Chats for Teachers

Jeff GargasAdministration, Blog, Innovation, Mastery Learning, Start Here, Teacherpreneur

Getting Started with Twitter Chats for Teachers

Are you missing out on Twitter chats for teachers? With over 500 million tweets being sent every day, it’s no wonder Twitter is quickly becoming a favorite hangout spot for educators all over the world. Wait…what? I thought Twitter was just for the kids..or the Kardashians… A lot of people have a very misconstrued view of Twitter. While yes, there … Read More

3 Things Your Students Don’t Care About (Video)

Jeff GargasBlog, Class Management, Start Here, Video

3 Things Your Students Don't Care About

Hi guys! Today I want to talk about something that’s been coming up a lot in my trainings, and that is the amount of things that are stressing teachers out, outside of the classroom, that really don’t have any bearing on the experience of the student. Therefore, the students probably don’t care about it, because there’s a universal truth in … Read More

7 Ways to Increase Student Success

Chad OstrowskiBlog, Innovation, Lesson Planning, Start Here

7 Ways to Increase Student Achievement

As you read this you probably have a lot of ideas floating through your head about the amazing learning activities you’re going to experience with your students. Whether it is an idea you read about in an article, something a colleague of yours has tried, or an awesome PD session you’ve attended, it’s time to put those concepts into action! Regardless of … Read More