Education Leader Network Professional Development eBulletin
May 29th, 2013
for Leaders in Education 

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In This Issue
A classroom for the 21st century: where are the best places for learning?
STEM Schools Put High Priority on Digital Skills
A Little Humor Goes a Long Way...
Collaboration is the key ingredient for the Common Core

Discover the 4-in-1 STEM Solution

Our in-house educators infused four modules to create the ultimate STEM enrichment tool. The Discover STEM Lab offers a wide variety of hands-on activities to keep kids engaged, and turnkey implementation to provide educators peace of mind.


Professional Learning Academy 2013

The Professional Learning Academy is a suite of programs district leaders can utilize to design professional learning in their districts  to meet their own needs, culture and budget.

A variety of delivery models are available, each with their own benefits and advantages. Look through our menu of programs and decide what best suits you.

Instructional Leader on the Go...

Each PD eBulletin gives the busy district or school-level leader brief, practical, free, high quality learning opportunities in a variety of media formats.


Integrating Social and Emotional RTI to Improve Student Performance

Many districts have found that integrating social and emotional RTI into their middle and high schools helps allocate scant resources most effectively, and increases academic outcomes and graduation rates significantly.

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STEM Schools Put High Priority
on Digital Skills


Programs build partnerships to provide the kinds of high-tech skills students need for college and careers

Educators in the Lake Washington school district in Washington state have partnered with a university to build a project-based, STEM-focused program that engages high schoolers with technology and college-level digital curricula.

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A Little Humor Goes a Long Way...


Kids React to Viral Videos:
Sophia Grace Brownlee




Collaboration is the key ingredient for the Common Core

These days, educators need to collaborate incredibly well - like a jazz musicians.

So prepare for the Common Core and make learning to collaborate powerful, fun, and engaging - with a real jazz ensemble!

Introducing a unique professional development experience, with live musicians, that will inspire teachers, prepare them to collaborate, and maybe even dance about it!  Learn more...

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