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Personalized Learning From Students’ Perspectives

What Students Want From Digital LearningWhile the results of a recent Hanover Research survey conducted for McGraw-Hill Education shows some definite positive impacts of technology on post-seco

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Less Classroom, More Community

Flexible Workspaces Address Digital Era Learning NeedsIn this unique approach to teaching, applied in elementary school, one teacher has created real world lessons and spaces to engage students.

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Online Classes Spell Opportunity For Rural Schools

Delivering Education Electronically to Serve Diverse NeedsOnline classrooms offer opportunity, especially for students in remote and rural areas. In Alaska, online options are being used to ensure

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Follow Along With Teacher Advisor

The Promise of AI for Personalized LearningNeed help building personalized lesson plans for your students? If you teach third-grade math, you may be in luck. Teacher Advisor is a program that leve

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Every Student Has The Right To Succeed

Reaching Out to Native American PopulationsThe Every Student Succeeds Act puts more onus on states and school districts to ensure learning among all students—including those who are part

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New Minecraft: Education Edition

New Minecraft Education Edition Offers New Options and OpportunitiesMinecraft is a common example of how gamification can be applied to learning. The popular app is widely embraced by children and

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Let’s Get Critical

Helping Students Become Critical Consumers of Digital InformationMore access to information means both more access to great information and more access to questionable information. But today's you

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Prepping Parents For Kindergarten

A Need for Better Kindergarten Onboarding?Kindergarten isn't what it used to be. From naps and snacks to testing and academic rigor, the nature of many children's early educational experiences is

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Teaching A Global Mindset

Making the World a Smaller PlaceGlobal educators don't have to leave their communities or commit to extensive travel as this author and educator points out. In a new book she offers insights and

  • October 21, 2016|
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Who Wants To Play A Game?

Let’s Play Games!Students love to play games; it’s something they’re drawn to naturally. Educators are increasingly leveraging these game-playing tendencies to better engage students in clas

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