18 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

For our students to develop as innovators, we must set an example to follow. George Couros looks at Carol Dweck's ideas around the 'growth' or 'innovator's mindset' and identifies 8 characteristics of such a mindset here.

18 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

Feeling like a fraud is a common experience for many new teachers. Jennifer G. Craven shares her advice here.

17 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

As a teacher, trying to seem 'down with the kids' can backfire. Classroom management expert Michael Linsin lets us in on the secret to earning student respect here.

16 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

It's easy to be overwhelmed with all the online resources now available for teaching. Here Tessa from Tales from Outside the Classroom navigates through a Google Drive tutorial.

15 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

It's easy to get caught up in dreaming small, or being realistic. So when first grade teacher Courtney Niemeyer was asked to imagine what she really wanted to do in the classroom, this was her response.

12 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

University of New Haven Associate Professor Amanda R Bozack advises schools to adequately prepare new teachers. Here she warns against the dangers of poor teacher preparation.

10 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

Terry Heick uses the concept of writing for his audience in TeachThought blog to translate as something meaningful in teaching. Read his thoughts and "process" here.

09 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

Edsurge and Digital Promise present the first annual Digital Innovation in Learning Awards. Entries close October 1, and are open to global applicants all all levels of education. Apply or nominate the best education, edtech and administrative innovators here.

08 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

It may have started as a love of drawing on a blackboard, but it turned into a profession where she could use all her skills. Teacher Teresa Milligan shares her inspirational story here.

05 Sep 2014 in Inspired and Passionate Teachers

A Missouri teacher uses her "institutional freedom" to let students prove that they are responsible users of devices by allowing the use of cell phones in her classroom. Katrina Schwartz unovers her inspiring story here.

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