How eLearning Affects Student Experience

If you thought that eLearning has now suddenly come on as something that was developed because of a world-wide pandemic, let me give you a brief history lesson. eLearning started a while ago, even before the use of the internet. In the 1840’s, Isaac Pitman, a teacher at the time, wanted to teach a better, […]

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A High-Five Down Every Hallway

A sense of community is in the air from the moment the day starts. At 7:15 am and the doors open to IMSA-North for students to enter the school. They are immediately greeted by a variety of staff members, all with smiles on their faces, and a hello in their voice; a warm, welcoming environment. […]

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Distance Learning Alone Together

Today I read and responded to thirty-two emails. It was a light day. Even after several weeks of e-learning, I’m still adjusting. Most days I’m certain I will never stop adjusting. I can still remember hearing random conversations in the halls about a pandemic. I didn’t take it seriously; I may have even made a […]

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National Charter School Week: IMSA (indyED)

This is a great article by  Shawnta S. Barnes   on     May 11, 2018/ According to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, “There are 50 million public school students in the United States and charter schools serve nearly 3.2 million of those students in 43 states and D.C.”  Indiana is home to a variety of […]