Monthly Archives: October 2016

3 Tips to Keep Your Colleagues Interested and Engaged When Presenting an In-Service.

Carol Loria, President ERI: There is nothing worse than speaking in front of a group of people and having them look bored to tears. What keeps your interest when attending a presentation?  Here are just a few pointers I’ve learned … Continue reading

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The Most Important Question to Ask Yourself When Planning your In-Service

Carol Loria, President ERI: Once you have defined your audience (see Blog #2) and planned for your time-frame, it is critical to identify the 2-4 points you want to make. What are the 2-4 key issues, ideas or skills that … Continue reading

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What Matters Most – Evidence Based School Practice

GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel I have a pet peeve. Okay, I have many, but one of my biggest ones is when people justify actions with the excuse of, “That’s what we’ve always done.” You know you’ve heard it. Maybe you’ve … Continue reading

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  Don’t miss these great CEU courses coming to Massachusetts 2016-2017 EDUCATION RESOURCES is committed to ensuring class participants learn effective techniques and critical problem solving skills that can be immediately applied to the work setting. Education Resources provides continuing education that … Continue reading

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