Monthly Archives: October 2013

Etre ou ne pas etre dans la classe, telle est la question…

Depuis des années, une triste réalité fait beaucoup de mal à notre système éducatif, du moins ici en Caroline du Nord. Si vous êtes un bon enseignant et vous aimez votre métier, le seul moyen d’avoir plus d’impact et d’avancer … Continue reading

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To be or not to be in the classroom, that is the question..

For years, a sad reality has been hurting our educational system, at least here in North Carolina: If you are good at teaching and you truly enjoy it, the only way for you to expand your impact and advance in your career is … Continue reading

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Apprendre a murmurer a l’oreille des professeurs

Quand j’ai quitté ma classe pour devenir le coach des nouveaux profs a Ranson, ce que je voulais par-dessus tout c’était aider d’autres professeurs à trouver l’enseignement aussi gratifiant que ce qu’il était devenu pour moi. Le succès et le … Continue reading

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Learning to become a teacher whisperer…

When I left my classroom to take the New Teacher Coach position at Ranson IB, what I wanted more than anything was to help other teachers find teaching as rewarding as it had become to me. Students’ success and happiness … Continue reading

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When technology makes it easier for mistakes to become learning opportunities

Criticism of Blended Learning is often grounded in the false idea that it relies on computers and software to teach our children. The reality is that technology should be there to serve the teachers and make them better at what … Continue reading

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Data Week: A key routine to ensure constant growth

Every 5-6 weeks, our scholars take a common assessment. The week following this assessment, we engage in deep data analysis, students and teachers. This video captures this as well as the use of socrative in class to collect and organize … Continue reading

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Time to journal!

A friend of mine recently told me: “You should totally blog about this new multi-classroom leader thing that you do”. Here I am tonight in front of a blank piece of blog post. Where to start? My name is Romain, … Continue reading

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