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Eric has authored 6 books and 20 articles in major publications. Be sure to check out his award-winning blog.

  • 3 Shifts to Make Learning Personal
    by Eric Sheninger on November 11, 2018 at 1:37 pm

    In education, a lesson makes or breaks a learner’s experience in a classroom.  Planning takes time. I remember many nights and weekends that I spent countless hours developing a variety of activities that would keep my students engaged while also following the scope and sequence of the curriculum based on the standards that needed to be addressed.  When it is all said and done, it […]

  • What Learners Really Need
    by Eric Sheninger on November 4, 2018 at 1:37 pm

    A great deal has changed since I began writing this blog back in 2009. For starters, my primary device to connect on Twitter was a Blackberry.  I didn’t even have a Facebook page until a year later.  Additionally, my views on education regarding teaching, learning, and leadership were beginning to evolve in ways that would eventually help my school experience innovative success […]

  • The Art and Science of Leadership
    by Eric Sheninger on October 28, 2018 at 12:29 pm

    Leadership is far from a science. Many would even argue that it is more of a form of art. Since effective leadership means different things to different people, I wanted to dive a little deeper into this debate to glean a better understanding as to what great leaders do. It consists of a convergence of art and science. Tanveer Nasser shares this perspective:Unlike science, art allows for a more […]