After a distinguished career as a teacher, principal and superintendent, Suzanne Tingley is starting a new chapter. Tingley has joined Inside the School Consulting Group.
“I am very excited to work more closely with such a professional group. Inside the School understands exactly the kinds of... - June 25, 2011
Vera Blake has consulted for K12 schools in 43 states and the U.S Virgin Islands. After being an independent consultant, Blake has decided to join Inside the School as a school turnaround specialist.
“I am very excited about joining Inside the School as a consultant. In this role, I will continue... - June 11, 2011
The statistics vary, but between 6.9 million and 8.7 million teens and as many as 13 million kids between six and eighteen-years-old have been bullied online. According to Mike Donlin the Senior Programs Consultant for the Seattle Public Schools. This online bullying, or cyberbullying, can be an extremely... - July 02, 2010
No one knows when a natural disaster or a disease outbreak will happen. Curt Bonk, Ph.D, professor at Indiana University, suggests educators use blended learning to stay in contact with students during a crisis. - February 06, 2010
Allen Mendler, Ph.D, educator and school psychologist believes students truly do want to learn; it's just tapping into their desire to do so.
Inside the School's online seminar, Discipline with Dignity he reviewed strategies and techniques educators can use to motivate students to stop acting out and... - February 06, 2010
Mendler's seminar for Inside the School focused on suggestions to help teachers manage difficult and unmotivated students in the classroom. He believes keeping a positive attitude and not judging students are part of the keys to success. - February 06, 2010
Inside the School seminar says the root causes for unmotivated students are factors outside of the school. - February 06, 2010