By Forrest Evans Circulation is currency to a library and also reflects a community’s needs, and interests. Yet, many educators still struggle to provide a proper representation of great Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) and LGBTQ+ literature, and resources, to readers. Even during the global pandemic and amongst any recent racial, and social, injustices— educators are looking for resources to support their readers.
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By Jon Hinthorne I remember my first professional development day in 2007 like it was yesterday, when our Principal and two teacher leaders led us through an Understanding by Design workshop. “Don’t try to implement all of this tomorrow!” they said to us to try to get us to not be overwhelmed by the new methodology we were learning about. Grant Wiggins and Jay Mctighe are noted leaders in the education field around this Understanding by Design framework. It certainly made my
This edition of Visions of Good Education features Beau Mccoy, founder and CEO SOLcademy, a new short-format educational video platform. He is on a mission to improve the quality and availability of learning. He went to Dartmouth College and worked as a software engineer before discovering his true passion for education. He was the first sales leader of GoGuardian, a very successful EdTech startup. He's evangelizing personalized and adaptive learning to achieve his goal of Eq