Educational leaders play a pivotal role in affecting the climate, attitude and reputation of their schools. They are the cornerstone on which learning communities function and grow.
For today’s students, a curriculum that includes cursive writing and penmanship has all but disappeared. Gone are the days of long, hand-written papers or pen pals who write and send letters, gasp, via the US Postal Service.
Sometimes we need little reminders to keep a growth mindset. Here’s some food for thought about using mistakes as a tool to create safe and caring learning environments in our classrooms.
Salama, Bonjour, Hello from Madagascar!
My name is Jennifer Gagner and I am an alumna from the first graduating class of the Online Master’s program.
Dr. Hansen has taught in areas of Elementary Methods of Mathematics, Science and Social Studies Education as well as Teacher Action Research, Curriculum Innovations and Creativity. As a pedagogy expert, Dr.