SmartBrief Education’s monthly Editor’s Choice Content Award recognizes content written by educators, for educators that inspires readers to engage, innovate and discuss. Our editors and writers sift through thousands of sources each day, reading a variety of content, including blogs and commentaries written by you and your peers. In an effort to recognize some of the innovative voices in the field, we ask our team to nominate their favorite content pieces each month from which we choose two winners. The winners then are in the running for our annual Educators’ Choice Award.
Meet this month’s winners:
- Seth Saavedra, Redefining the possible
- Derek Voiles, Want to improve schools? Look to teacher leaders
Meet previous winners:
- Robert Ward, Life lessons from fictional characters
- Jennifer Pieratt, Deciding when PBL makes sense for your year
- Sarah Anderson, Place-based education: think globally, teach locally
- Tiffany Osborne, Learning to lead together: harnessing your change-agent superpower
- Sol Henik, Developing your classroom presence
- Mark Ray, Are you a future ready librarian?
- Heather Stinson, Keeping our students safe
- Rebecca Scott, The New Librarian: How to lead a tech-integration revolution
- Josh Parker, Breaking the class ceiling: teaching for mastery and enrichment
- Micere Keels, Supporting students with chronic trauma
- Lisa Dabbs, Tips for lesson planning for new teachers
- Matt Miller, On paying for digital classroom tools
- Matthew Johnson, The advantages of being a new teacher
- Christina Torres, A teacher’s response to Parkland: “I don’t know how to protect you anymore”
- Nancy Jang, Sub day plans: One and done!
- Michael Dunlea, When quitting is persisting
Read about the 2017 monthly winners and the annual Educators’ Choice Content Award winners.
Katharine Haber is an education editor at SmartBrief.
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