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7 Ways to Maximize Student Engagement

Every teacher wants to kick off the new school year with a bang, but once you have your students’ attention, how do you keep it?

Here are a few ideas and best practices from teachers and administrators across the nation […]

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PBL Professional Development That Actually Works

Two curriculum coordinators share successful PD to help educators shift to digital learning models
By: Christopher Piehler - The Learning Counsel

Education is changing. Teachers and leaders are figuratively and literally “face-planting” […]

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Why Mr. Johnson’s Classroom Is More Fun Than Yours

Why Mr. Johnson’s Classroom Is More Fun Than Yours

 

Some kids dream of becoming educators and go through school knowing they want to end up back in the classroom. I was not one of those kids. I was a terrible student, a teacher’s nightmare who was constantly in trouble. During my time in school, I […]

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COLLABORATION: AT THE ROOT OF STEM SUCCESS

COLLABORATION: AT THE ROOT OF STEM SUCCESS

When kindergarteners are collaborating to build bridges, you know the future of education is bright. Long before students in the schools and districts featured here have a chance to ask “What difference does this make?” or “When will I need to know […]

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Robot Revolution: Intelligence In, Intelligence Out

By Greg Thompson - THE Journal 8/03/16

The familiar garbage in/garbage out axiom has long been a mantra of computer programmers, and nowhere is the cause-and-effect principle more apparent than when working with robots. Faced with the […]

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