Over the past few weeks schools have been deciding whether to use Zoom or Google for virtually connecting with students. I have heard many reasons why schools have chosen one platform over another, but here I offer you a student perspective.
By Mariane Gfroerer, New Hampshire Learning Initiative Grading is complex. It is an important form of feedback loop between teachers and students and depending on the grading practices of the instructor can convey how well the student is mastering the objectives of the learning (mastery-based grading) or the student’s performance relative to other students in…
By Carolyn Eastman, Director of Innovation, NH Learning Initiative I recently received an email from a CTE teacher asking: “I teach Auto and Small engine classes which are hands on classes, any ideas?” My first thought was how important it is to stay connected with your students. I have been conducting the Comprehensive Needs Assessment…
Aaron Blais is a high school teacher at Exter High School, Exeter, NH. He teaches 4 different classes. He teaches Freshmen World History, Sophomore AP US History, US History through Film ( JR/SR), Law and Society ( JR/SR). Aaron shares how he approaching these courses from a remote learning lens.
In this Voices Podcast, we are joined by Dr. Aimee Frechette, Principal at Pine Tree Elementary School, Erin Milbury, Principal at Seabrook Middle School, and Brian Stack, Principal at Sanborn Regional High School.
In this Voices Podcast, we are joined by Irene Stinson, 5th grade teacher at Woodland Heights Elementary School in Laconia, Nicole Woulfe, a 6th grade teacher at Sanborn Regional Middle School, Graeme Crowther, Math teacher at Concord High School and Ashley Harbel, English teacher and team leader for the Freshman Learning Community at Sanborn Regional High School.
In this Voices podcast, we are joined by Dr. Jacquelyn Coe, Superintendent of Schools for SAU24, serving the towns of Weare, Henniker, John Stark, and Stoddard.
“Are we our brother’s keepers?” In this Voices podcast, we are joined by Dr. Jahmal Mosely, superintendent of the Nashua School District.
In this Voices podcast, we are joined by the New Hampshire Association of School Principals Executive Director Bridey Bellemare, as well as four acting administrators in NH schools.
In this Voices Podcast, we are joined by Dr. Carl Ladd, Executive Director of the New Hampshire School Administrators’ Association.
In the Voices From the Field Revisited, we are again joined by Jennifer Manning, kindergarten teacher at Memorial School in Newton, NH.
“Resilience is born out of crisis.” In this Voices from the Field Podcast we are joined by Dr. Caroline Arakelian, the executive director of student services in SAU21 and Mr. Raymond Pillsbury, the Director of Special Services for Winnacunnet High School and the Crisis Response Advisor for SAU21.
In this Voices from the Field podcast we are joined by Gary Chapin, Senior Associate with the Center for Collaborative Education in Boston.
In this Voices episode, we are joined by Gail Bourn, academic coordinator for teaching and learning for the three elementary schools in the Laconia School District.