by Bobby Basher - The spring and summer months are active times for students in schools and universities. Many students leave campus for mission trips, field trips, and other community events. Due to this high rate of activity, administrators and teachers need to be aware of the looming threat of student abductions.
Using the latest eLearning technology, dialogEDU supplements the traditional classroom with innovative digital content, or creates a 100% virtual classroom, directly reaching students and parents in their homes. dialogEDU helps build and deliver engaging lessons that keep kids motivated, and creates a highly-personalized experience for each student, no matter the size of your school.
by Dr. David A. Wells - Chontales Academy has risen to the occasion and is experiencing success amid a perfect storm – a series of terrible obstacles seemingly destined to cause the school to fail. The Academy, located in Juigalpa, Nicaragua, is the labor of love of Dr. Erinn Magee (Director) and her husband, Dr. Silvio Sirias, founded as the first international-style English instruction school in the cattle country of central Nicaragua.
by Clint Holden, M.A. - It is extremely important for school leaders to understand and embrace the dimensions of successful development processes. When development suffers, the school suffers. When development grows, the school grows.
by Dr. David A. Wells - The GLOBAL Group has been afforded the opportunity to work on two consequential projects with the leadership and Board of the International Christian School of Budapest (www.icsbudapest.org) over the last two years.
by Sofia Amador-Brenes, EdD - International Accreditation has gained relevance in a world that offers countless opportunities for students to attend educational institutions worldwide. My over 10 years of experience in accreditation teams have allowed me to participate in a variety of schools with different organizational and cultural backgrounds. All of them, regardless of their nature, look for the common goal of continuous improvement and international recognition.
by Sofia Amador-Brenes, EdD - Definition: Concurrent instruction is a term used to describe a hybrid teaching & learning approach where one teacher delivers instruction to a group of in-person students and a group of remote students simultaneously.
by Dr. Toby A. Travis - Teachers are the very essence of a school. If school leaders want high-quality programs with substance and measurable results, they need to look no further than investing in their faculty and staff development. The Return on Investment (ROI) for competitive compensation packages and personalized quality professional development for teachers is significant.