August 8, 2022 Agile is a mindset that makes workplaces and systems more transparent, efficient, and collaborative. When there is widespread adoption of agile, teams work through iterations quickly completing
Glenn Whitman is a History teacher and Executive Director of the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning (CTTL) at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. Glenn is the co-author of Neuroteach: Brain Science and the Future of Education,
August 5, 2022 A note from the editor: Most of our readers know that NAIS is searching for a new President. We would like the search to be a more
August 4, 2022 One often hears that in life, the most important thing is just showing up. In education, just showing up is certainly necessary, after all, truancy laws make
Note from the Editor: Most of our readers know that NAIS is searching for a new President. We would like the search to be a more open process, therefore subject
Aug. 2, 2022 As an English/humanities high school teacher or school librarian, aren’t you tired of creating and circulating the dreaded summer reading list? Almost every school’s English department has
July 28, 2022 Relationships are at the heart of leading and learning. As school leaders, we know this from intuition and experience. It is also clear that relationships require trust.
July 26, 2022 Instructors can help students discuss controversial issues by explicitly teaching the skills of intellectual charity. Students can improve these skills by working through simple, engaging practice exercises.
7/21/2022 I was talking to a teacher this week and he was telling me stories of how exciting it had been to see a student teacher working with his class.
July 20, 2022 Grading discussion is an age-old challenge rife with questions: Should I do individual or group assessment? How can I not punish introverts? Can I accurately record and