Category Archives: Elementary Education

  1. Exhaust All Options

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    December 23, 2013 by Brad Currie

    Recently I had the pleasure of taking part in a I&RS (Intervention and Referral Services) meeting for a struggling student. …
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  2. 7 Ways to Flip the Learning Experience

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    December 5, 2013 by Brad Currie

    The abundance of online educational tools available is truly amazing. There are so many ways for lead learners to increase …
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  3. We Are Who We Thought We Were

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    October 20, 2013 by Brad Currie

    Former Arizona Cardinals football coach Dennis Green once made a hilarious comment after a playoff game that his team lost: …
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  4. It’s Not About Us

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    June 5, 2013 by Brad Currie

    Last weekend Eric Sheninger (@NMHS_Principal), Laura Kroll (@Mandery), and I were having a Twitter discussion on a Cicada Video¬†created by …
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  5. 10 Ways To Promote Your School

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    April 28, 2013 by Brad Currie

    There are so many neat ways to promote your school and/or district in this day in age. Leveraging the power …
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  6. Promote the Success of All Students

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    April 1, 2013 by Brad Currie

    The following is a guest post from Jennifer Yeager. Jen is one of our outstanding special education teachers.¬† Three years …
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  7. Connect Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

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    February 8, 2013 by Brad Currie

    Believe me, I know the title of my latest post is a bit 1990’s, but I am trying to get …
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Brad Currie

Brad Currie is the Middle School Dean of Students and Supervisor of Instruction for the Chester School District in Chester, NJ. He is the co-founder and co-moderator of #Satchat on Twitter. Brad is passionate educational technology and social media in the school setting.

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