Category Archives: Professional Development
The video of the training I did I in March at K-State for Superintendents, Educators and Military leaders has been posted. It’s the second from the bottom video on this page. https://coe.k-state.edu/military/
September 2014 | College of Education.
I feel that the pushback from parents around the country in regards to common core/college and career ready standards is in part due to being “the last straw” in a rapidly changing landscape in education with new technological and pedagogical … Continue reading
New teachers, here is an easy resource to fit into your new and busy schedule. You may find a new tip or be reminded of something previously learned but buried in nerves and district policy papers. August 2014 | College … Continue reading
@JoiningForces Dr. Biden stresses the importance of supporting military kids and families. Watch here! #MCECNTS2014 http://t.co/oDHRmY4Mtv — MilitaryChild (@MilitaryChild) July 30, 2014
This is a great letter that every school should include with students standardized test scores! The scores paint such a narrow picture of the whole child, yet they are often given too much power in the minds of state and … Continue reading
Very happy to share a link to a great publication. This month it includes an article I wrote with a colleague and friend, Laurie Curtis in the College of Education at K-State.
See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education by Jim Knotts President and CEO of Operation Homefront. With April as Month of the Military Child and our signature Military Child of the Year™ (MCOY) program just completed – there’s no … Continue reading
See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education A powerful CNN feature looks at uncounted casualties of recent wars, members of military families who become suicidal or depressed, including a teenage girl named Kristi Anne Raspperry. Sandy Risberg‘s insight: New … Continue reading