Tag: Delaware teachers

New Year Welcomes Delaware Schools with Staffing Concerns, Teacher Burnout, and COVID Spikes

Educator Support and Development

January 5th, 2022

As the winter holidays recede, for many of our teachers, it already feels like June. Despite hopes that this school year would usher a return back to normal, we know that it’s been anything but that. Masks are still on. Staff shortages and burnout are real. Working to support kids, families, and communities where they need to...

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What Delaware is Doing to Connect Kids

News, Student-Centered Learning

June 12th, 2020

As any parent who’s helped a kid navigate through the bendy digital world of Schoology, DreamBox, or Khan Academy can tell you, digital learning in 2020 is serious business. Thanks to COVID-19, most Delaware public schools shifted to exclusively remote, online learning for students this spring. And while stakeholders are currently working...

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Make Time for the RTC Workshop

News, Policy and Practice, Student-Centered Learning

February 8th, 2016

By Jennifer Hollstein, secondary English teacher and teacher evaluator, Charter School of Wilmington   Time. Ask any teacher what’s in short supply and that is most likely what you’ll hear. We’d love to meet, to collaborate, to learn something new, to reflect, and to capitalize on our own strengths, but finding the time to make that...

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February Teacher Newsletter

News, Policy and Practice, Student-Centered Learning

February 3rd, 2016

National Fellowship Opportunity, and PD for Teachers by Teachers National Fellowship Opportunity America Achieves Fellowship - Apply or Nominate a Colleague (Due Feb. 28). "Elevate your voice. Inspire action. Influence change." The America Achieves Fellowship for Teachers and Principals (AAFTP) offers...

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