Consistency When Implementing Change

Article by Katie Currens

When it comes time to implement change, more times than not it is met with great trepidation, sometimes even downright displeasure. So why is that? What has happened that causes us to bristle at the idea of change? Let’s explore the reasons and how we can change that feeling!
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What to Do When You Need Help

Article by Jessica Magee

Whether this is your first year of teaching or if you are a veteran, there comes a point during every school year where things are not going as planned. It’s normal to feel isolated and confused on where to go to get help. Sometimes you are the only one teaching a specific content, or you don’t have the same planning period as others that you feel can help you. Don’t feel helpless! You have options.
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Inspiration, The Podcast: Novelty

Do you want to breathe new life into your classrooms? Check out our free podcast on “Novelty” from our “Inspiration” series (embedded below). If you want to learn more, click here to sign up for our new PD scheduled on January 26, 2017. Administrators and teachers will not only learn new strategies and examples for infusing classrooms with inspirational traits, they will also leave with one of our new teaching guidebooks, Inspiration: Breathing New Life into Classrooms (included in registration fee), designed to help teachers (and schools) transform their practice.
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Inspiration, The Podcast: Curiosity

Do you want to breathe new life into your classrooms? Check out our free podcast on “Curiosity” from our “Inspiration” series (embedded below). If you want to learn more, click here to sign up for our new PD scheduled on January 26, 2017. Administrators and teachers will not only learn new strategies and examples for infusing classrooms with inspirational traits, they will also leave with one of our new teaching guidebooks, Inspiration: Breathing New Life into Classrooms (included in registration fee), designed to help teachers (and schools) transform their practice.
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Inspiration, The Podcast: Joy

Do you want to breathe new life into your classrooms? Check out our free podcast on “Joy” from our “Inspiration” series (embedded below). If you want to learn more, click here to sign up for our new PD scheduled on January 26, 2017. Administrators and teachers will not only learn new strategies and examples for infusing classrooms with inspirational traits, they will also leave with one of our new teaching guidebooks, Inspiration: Breathing New Life into Classrooms (included in registration fee), designed to help teachers (and schools) transform their practice.
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Re-Thinking Homework: The Podcast

Check out our short podcast on Re-Thinking Homework, and don’t forget to register for our PD event on September 20!

Listen through the web via the player below, or download the Archive.org app for your phone (Apple, Android):

Re-Thinking Homework: Book Review

Article by Michael Ross

In this post, CUES consultant Michael Ross reviews the upcoming guidebook Re-Thinking Homework. We are also offering a new professional development session by the same name on October 20, 2016 – but registration ends on Friday, October 14th. All participants get a copy of this new guidebook. Sign up today!
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Re-Thinking Homework: Introduction

Below is the introduction from our new teaching guidebook entitled Re-Thinking Homework. The book will be available soon, and the first copies are included for those who enroll in our new professional development opportunity by the same name. If you’d like to attend our session on “Re-Thinking Homework,” click here.
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Re-Thinking Homework

A Two-Day Learning Experience: The Midwest Leadership Summit

By Gale Jorgensen and Dorothy Reynolds

On June 8th and 9th, we had the opportunity to work with over 300 school and district leaders from Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren counties at the Midwest Leadership Summit held at Princeton High School. What an inspiring event!
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