Guest Blog: Education Doesn’t Have to be a Political Football

Author: Gary Stockbridge

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Witnessing the 2018-19 Rodel Teacher Council in Action

November 29th, 2018

Author: Rodel Foundation of Delaware

Over the past two weeks, members of the Rodel team had the opportunity to visit some 2018-19 Rodel Teacher Council (RTC) members in their classrooms. When we interact with the RTC members it is usually after school hours and in a formal meeting environment. The opportunity to witness them in action, in their classroom and in their element is...

Leading the Way on SEL: A Q&A with Lisa Mims

November 20th, 2018

Author: Matt Amis

  Lisa Mims has been at the forefront of some of Delaware’s most dynamic efforts around social and emotional learning. A longtime Rodel Teacher Council member and prolific ed-tech blogger, Mims currently takes part in the Compassionate Schools “Test Lab,” a model that trains teachers to find positive steps to calm students’...

Civics 101: From SNL to DCF

November 15th, 2018

Author: Paul Herdman

  On the heels of the midterm elections, I was reminded of what divides us. In  the subsequent weeks, I was reminded of what brings us together.   While the election results painted a picture of a nation divided, we all breathed a healthy, collective sigh of relief knowing  the constant barrage of negative campaign ads...

Digging Deeper: 5 Things to Know about Social Emotional Learning in Delaware

November 15th, 2018

Author: Rachel Wiggans Chan

In June, Rodel released A Broader Vision of Student Success, a statewide landscape analysis of social emotional learning (SEL). The report was a collaborative research effort, combining the insights and perspectives of students, families, educators, and community members with support from leaders and funders from across the state. Let’s...