Blogger Spotlight: Leading your students
August 9th, 2013
Every Friday we highlight our favorite education posts from the week. This week’s post offers advice about how to be a school leader and how to prevent students from succumbing to boredom this fall.
Lincoln as a leader: Read Nathan Raab’s analysis of Lincoln’s cabinet memos and learn about his unconventional approach to governance.
Hoping to start the year off on the right foot? Try José Vilson’s tips for being a strong teacher leader in your school.
Want to keep your students engaged? Mark Bauerlein explains how to prevent boredom in your fall classes.
A close look at close reading: Lisa Hansel explores how to make complex texts accessible to young students.
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Tags: Abraham Lincoln, teaching resources, Today in History