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    At first glance, the release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT in the midst of the 2022 holiday season could hardly be counted among the items likely to be on a teacher’s wish list. It’s hard to imagine joy at ...

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    Summer can be a point of contention for many educators. While some choose to work summer school, another job, or simply relax, the usual consensus is to take a well-deserved break. If you’re anything ...

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    At LINC we strive to  develop a culture of generativity. Generative humans are adaptable, creative problem solvers and are active collaborators and innovators in this rapidly changing world, full of ...

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    The goal of professional development is to enhance the learning experience for the students in our classrooms. However, rarely do we ask students for their input on how to do that. Even more rarely ...

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    At LINC, we work hard each day to drive the changes in our education systems that will better prepare educators and students for the modern global challenges they face. We ground our coaching work ...

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    Our return to brick and mortar schooling is upon us and like any back-to-school season, we are filled with anticipation, hope, and curiosity. To finally have our classrooms filled with children is a ...

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    Is your current professional development strategy akin to throwing spaghetti at the wall– trying everything and seeing what sticks? Many districts are beginning to realize that online PD structures ...

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    Over the past year, being aware of our emotions and feelings was highly socialized as a way to remain healthy during the pandemic. Our students were vulnerable as well. According to a survey ...

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      This past 18 months, teachers have gained new skills, tried various strategies, and aimed to create more equitable classrooms. Educators and students alike grew together and took risks in their ...

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    For the past year, I have worked with a group of bold and brave administrators to revolutionize how they support their staff as they work towards reimagining learning environments. Our objective was ...

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    During a recent car ride to New York, I sat in the passenger’s seat while the driver kicked the speed up several notches out of my comfort zone, to better accommodate our time schedule. After ...

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    Have you ever wondered why you can recall the lyrics from jingles you sang along to as a child? For instance, most 80s babies will remember, “My buddy, my buddy. Wherever I go he goes.” This is not ...

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