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Governors Take A Lesson From Students

Letting Students be Teachers We talk a lot about teaching students to code, but who's going to teach adults? Students! Today’s students are increasingly digital natives and extremely comfor

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Educause Parody Twitter Goes Viral

POKING FUN AT ED-TECH It started out as a parody, but it's gone viral and has become a staple at the annual Educause conference. Since 2010, @EDUCAUSE_HULK has been tweeting in all caps, sharing in

  • November 29, 2016|
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Encouraging STEM Through Extracurriculars

Taking STEM Outside the Classroom Encouraging student interest in STEM/STEAM related concepts isn't an either/or proposition says this writer. Concepts need to be delivered both through classroom i

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The Bonuses Of Badging

Badging: Not Just for Students Badges can be a good way to provide students with options to improve skills or gain knowledge in specific areas that can aid them in higher education, or future car

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Let’s Talk Teacher Turnover

Stemming the Teacher Turnover Tide Teacher turnover is relatively high compared to other industries and there are a range of reasons for teachers deciding to "call it quits." But districts and

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Have You Crossed Off Cross-Curricular Classes?

Taking a Broader Approach to Teaching—and Learning Math principles do not exist in a silo. Neither do English principles, science principles, history principles, etc. As this teacher points out

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What Actions Will You Take In Response To ESSA?

Being Proactive Around ESSA Flexibility Be careful what you wish for? While ESSA offers schools more flexibility and autonomy than its predecessor, the No Child Left Behind Act, school systems must

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House Calls: Not Just For Doctors

Teaching Making House Calls It's a bold and somewhat controversial move that shines a light on administrator and educator unconscious biases. But it's making a difference according to researchers f

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Giving Ed Tech Tools A Try

Testing Out New Tech Tools It's always fun to try out new tech tools and there are certainly a growing number of them in the education arena. This piece offers summaries of 12 tech tools--so

  • November 18, 2016|
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Language Immersion Through Tech

Could Technology Fuel Language Immersion? Immersion in another language is the best way to learn it say many educational experts, and examples are out there to back up these assertions. Moving beyo

  • November 18, 2016|
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