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Maryland Classroom: Dinner is Served! A New School Holiday Tradition

December 22, 2015
MDCityChristmasLunch2015 By Jodi Risse Many parents choose at least one day a week to have a family meal where members can connect with each other and   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: Training the Next Generation of Exceptional School Leaders – For Best Results, Step out of Your Comfort Zone

August 6, 2015
JohnNori-Principals By John Nori, Leadership Development Coach for Maryland’s Promising Principals Academy I was delighted to be a part of a meeting in July 2015 of   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: Training That Makes Teachers “The Experts in the Room”

August 6, 2015
Shaun Downey Chesapeake High Shaun Downey, Technology Education Teacher, Chesapeake High School, Baltimore County, MD Shaun Downey, Technology Education Teacher, Chesapeake High School I have taken two Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses at   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: ‘Project Lead the Way’ Enriches Teacher Training

August 3, 2015
BrianBruneauPLTWDulaneyValleyHS By Brian S. Bruneau, Technology Education Chair, Dulaney High School, Baltimore County, MD Brian S. Bruneau, Technology Education Chair, Dulaney High School, Baltimore County, MD I attended training many years   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: It Takes More Than High Test Scores to Make a Great School – It’s a Community Effort

May 29, 2015
Lori Zimmerman, Parent and Second and Third Grade Teacher at Pine Grove Elementary, Baltimore County Public Schools By Lori Zimmerman, Parent and Second and Third Grade Teacher at Pine Grove Elementary, Baltimore County Public Schools Lori Zimmerman, Parent and Second and Third   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: A School Community that Nurtures Students and Teachers Alike

May 29, 2015
A School Community that Nurtures Students and Teachers Alike By Tara Lewis, Kindergarten Teacher, Pine Grove Elementary, Baltimore County Public Schools Tara Lewis, Kindergarten Teacher, Pine Grove Elementary, Baltimore County Public Schools I have been   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: Engineering and Communication Skills Propel Baltimore City Robotics Team to World Championship Competition

May 21, 2015
PattersonParkCharterSchool By Catherine Villnave, Science Enrichment Specialist, Baltimore City Public Schools Patterson Park Charter School Robotics Team While most Baltimore City students spent the week after spring   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: For Students, Intent Night Signals the Beginning of the Journey to Self-Discovery

May 19, 2015
ShannonWalker By Shannon Walker, Senior, Pocomoke High School, Worcester County I’ve been planning for college since I was in middle school, but it never really   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: Reaching for 100% Commitment to Post-Secondary Education

May 19, 2015
Annette Wallace By Annette Wallace, Principal, Pocomoke High School, Worcester County Project 100 is Pocomoke High School’s goal that 100 percent of each graduating class commits their   ...Learn more

Maryland Classroom: Fifth Graders’ ‘Congressional Testimony’ is Social Studies Capstone

May 12, 2015
Melissa Azzarello Melissa Azzarello, Fifth Grade Teacher, Forest Ridge Elementary, Howard County Today my fifth grade students are doing something that would intimidate many adults: They are   ...Learn more

Raising the Bar

March 31, 2015
Pepper Bowins Elementary Math Instructional Leader Waverley Elementary School Frederick County As an elementary school math instructional leader in Maryland, I’d like to help set the record straight about   ...Learn more

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