On the evening of Aug. 24, 1814—as part of what would come to be known as the War of 1812—British forces set fire to the U.S. Capitol, burning much of
This is the second of a two-part series on embedded formative assessment in remote learning environments. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been impractical for teachers to monitor students remotely
While great grades and academic rigor will continue to be the primary metric for college admissions, a student’s chances for admission will greatly improve once they understand how to utilize social media to demonstrate interest, convey good character, and showcase the skills and personal attributes colleges are looking for to set themselves apart from other qualified applicants.
A Special Note (1/06/2021): Over the course of winter break, I wrote this blog about the challenges of keeping a school open during the pandemic, firmly believing that with some time
Six Seconds, The Emotional Intelligence Network Looking for strategies on starting the work on how to be anti racist? In the urgency of this moment, Six Seconds brings together a
The emotional intelligence competency of exercising optimism can help in challenging times. When we’re in the midst of challenges, it can feel like an impossible burden. We’re on one side