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Here’s what The Learning Professional will focus on in 2023

By Suzanne Bouffard | August 5, 2022

Each year, The Learning Professional team announces a slate of themes for the following year’s issues. We consider the field’s pressing needs, members’ roles and interests, and emerging research. We […]

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Use ESSER to build on existing strengths toward lasting improvement

By Gail Paul | April 27, 2022

If you even remember the classic taffy brand, “Now and Later,” it’s probably because its quirky advertising narrative issued a challenge to develop a resource strategy satisfying your sweet tooth […]

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How the Transformation Toolkit can make your conference learning stick

By Jim Curran | October 26, 2021

Transformation is the theme of this year’s Learning Forward Annual Conference, and it’s a fitting one. The last eighteen months have brought about so many changes in schools that flexibility […]

Crises demand never-fail support for educators

By Stephanie Hirsh | October 10, 2017

Yesterday I was horrified to wake to the news of the mass shooting in Las Vegas. We mourn for the loss of so many lives. When I hear about this […]

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Planning for hot fun in the summertime!

By Lisa Casto | June 26, 2015

We are lucky to work in a field with beginnings and endings, and it’s always a joy to watch our kindergartner or senior students graduate and move to the next level. While summer may mean slower days and vacation for some, it is also a valuable time for professional learning. Recently as I was planning a mini four-day vacation for my husband and me, I realized that planning for that trip and for professional learning are much the same.

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