Dr. Crystal LaVoulle, Executive Director of the LaVoulle group, shares her educational and professional journey from reading specialist to professor, author, and education entrepreneur.  In an in-dept interview with the Gentlemen of Style co-hosts, Dr. LaVoulle discuss...

The university/school partnership offers opportunity to address many of the gaps that currently exist with new teachers entering their first year of teaching. Local school administrators are in a prime position to communicate the needs and expectations of new teachers...

January 15, 2018

Do teachers in your school have a voice?

Principals may answer yes to this question, referring to the numerous policies that have been put in place to allow teachers to contribute to school-wide decision making. Several principals will mention the School Improvement Com...

January 15, 2018

How do we support English Language Learners in the science classroom?

English Language Learners (ELLs) are characterized as (1) students whom native language is not English or (2) students who live and operate in an environment where English is not primarily spoken.  

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January 15, 2018

Students’ ability to read, write and comprehend scientific concepts ultimately affect their ability to excel in science related content areas. Science is not a subject in which information can merely be memorized, students must have a plethora of knowledge from multipl...

November 27, 2017

The LaVoulle Group provides customized professional learning support for educators.

Our Chronicles of Effective Teaching© professional development workshop series help teachers bridge the gap between students’ current performance and their academic potential. 

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Educators often benefit personally and professionally from travel. I believe that educators who travel can expand their knowledge base about different places in ways unmatched through virtual experiences.  Traveling allows one to become a student again, educators can t...

November 1, 2017

According to UNESCO’s Institute for Statistics, women account for less than 30% of the world’s researchers. One could argue that this issue begins in K-12 classrooms across the world. Nations are consistently failing to cultivate and encourage a culture in which women...

October 21, 2017

“As more teachers from the United States are recruited to teach abroad in China, Hawaii, United Arab Emirates (UAE), teachers are placed in educational settings where their ability to adapt to cultural diversity may be more important than their teaching abilities.”

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October 21, 2017

In 1999 Jefferson Leadership Academies opened the first single sex classes in a public-school setting. During the Early 19th century, single-gendered classrooms were a norm, but during the 1990’s researcher emerged that focused on the effectiveness of multi-gendered cl...

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