Empowering Students with Computer Science

Empowering Students with Computer Science

Considering today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, integrating computer science education in the classroom is essential to prepare students for future careers. Here are some ways for educators to incorporate computer science into […]

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Why PBL is Key to Meeting Portrait of a Graduate Goals

Why PBL is Key to Meeting Portrait of a Graduate Goals

Does your school or district have a “portrait of a graduate”? They’re also called “ideal graduate” descriptions, and you might have heard of a “learner profile” and the older term “school-wide outcomes.” It’s a vision of what a school or district […]

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What is a Portrait of a Graduate?

What is a Portrait of a Graduate?

In this article, John Larmer delves into what a Portrait of a Graduate (PoG) is along with its key components. Learn about the challenges and solutions when implementing a PoG and the different ways in which schools and districts are helping […]

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Finding and Developing the Willing

Finding and Developing the Willing

Education is shifting towards empowering students and implementing programs that promote student autonomy. This article dives into the distinction between willing vs motivated students and emphasizes the need to create a culture of trust and support […]

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Teach Up for Equity and Excellence

Teach Up for Equity and Excellence

For marginalized students especially, we need to move from a “pedagogy of poverty” to a “pedagogy of plenty.” Education consultant and ASCD author Carol Ann Tomlinson advocates for educators to “teach up”—to plan differentiated instruction that […]

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Diving into STEM

Diving into STEM

Integrating STEM activities into the classroom at the beginning of the year helps students get to know each other, promote collaboration, and develop essential 21st-century skills. Here are a few engaging ways you can incorporate STEM into your […]

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Project Based Learning: 5 Tips for Getting Started

Project Based Learning: 5 Tips for Getting Started

Getting started with project-based learning may feel intimidating at first. It is important for students and teachers to start small and focus more on the process rather than the products. Here are 5 tips for getting started with PBL.

For many […]

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