Ed Direction Insights

See below for our latest research on education and school transformation.

Parent Engagement in Student Success

Posted:December 13, 2016 Authors: Trent Kaufman, Kalisi Uluave and Michelle Call
School leaders who want to improve student performance can tap into a combination of these elements. In this paper—the fifth…
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Partner Spotlight: Brian Conley, Salt Lake City School District

September 18, 2017| Laura Scarpulla
Brian Conley, an Executive Director of Schools in Salt Lake City School District with nearly 30 years of experience, loves…

#CollectiveEfficacy

August 21, 2017| Marci Houseman
A recent visit to the theater to watch the newly released movie “Spider-Man: Homecoming” provided the opportunity to give a…

Dallin McKinnon leads Facebook Live discussion about School Transformation

May 25, 2017| Cicero Institute
On Friday, May 26th, Dallin McKinnon of Ed Direction will give a short informal presentation and lead a discussion on…

Carrie Miller leads Facebook Live discussion about Education Transformation

May 9, 2017| Cicero Institute
On Friday, May 12th, 2017, Carrie Miller of Ed Direction gave a short informal presentation and lead a discussion on K-12…

Trent Kaufman leads Facebook Live discussion about Education Leadership

April 27, 2017| Cicero Institute
On Friday, April 28th 2017, Dr. Trent Kaufman of Ed Direction will give a short informal presentation and lead a…

Collaborative Coaching

April 11, 2017| Hollie Pettersson, Allison Miller and Marci Houseman
The field of education is placing value on the role that coaching plays in developing the skills of veteran and…

Implementation Science

April 10, 2017| Hollie Pettersson and Mavis Snelson
How a strategy or practice is implemented in schools has everything to do with its success. In this paper, we…

Collaboration in Secondary Schools

April 10, 2017| Carrie Miller and Athena Nadeau
Imagine you are a high school ELA teacher and you are the only one who teaches 9th and 10th grade…

Weekly Coaching in School Turnaround

January 31, 2017| Kalisi Uluave and Erik Pfeiffer
Improving student outcomes is an urgent matter because student improvement is time based. Students get nine months per school year…

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