The Edvocate Daily Newsletter for 01/23/2021 Jan 23 2021
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Matthew Lynch,
Editor of The Edvocate
Excerpts:

How to Become an Education Administrator in Missouri

Learn how to become an Education Administrator or School Principal in Missouri. The Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education issues Initial Education Administrator, Transition Education Administrator, and Career Continuous Education Administrator certificates to qualified applicants. These certificates are valid for the following administrative positions: Elementary School principal, Middle School principal (Grades 5-9), Secondary School principal, and Superintendent. Most applicants for administrative licensure will receive an Initial Education Administrator Certificate. After 4 years of having an Initial certificate, you must enroll in a specialist/doctoral degree program. During the time of enrollment, you are issued a Transition certificate. Once you have […]

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How to Increase Community Engagement in Your Classroom

Description Community engagement involves bringing learners together with their community. It can include bringing community members into the classroom or bringing learners out into the community on field trips. Community engagement is one of many instructional strategies that instructors employ to correlate what is being taught and what is going on in a student’s community, including various institutions, literature, history, cultural history, and so on. Advantages                                        By engaging with the community, learners come to see themselves as members of their community. Community activities can help learners get to know essential members of their community, give them a sense of belonging […]

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