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Project-Based Learning: Tips for Parents

By Anne Jolly,

During this unprecedented time in our education history when many schools are closed nationwide, how can parents and other caregivers set up environments and activities to help kids continue their learning? And what kind of learning […]

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What are VARK Learning Styles?

By Rachelle Dene Poth

 

In education today we need to stay informed of the different strategies and resources that are available for providing more personalized learning experiences for our students. Being able to differentiate our instruction, […]

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Tools for Encouraging Classroom Collaboration

Rachelle Dene Poth

 

There are so many options available to facilitate collaboration and communication in classrooms today, that it can be challenging to decide which tool would be the most beneficial. What do I recommend? When I got started, I took […]

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Getting Started with Blended Learning

By Rachelle Dene Poth

 

There has been a lot of discussion about how to implement blended learning or how to “flip your classroom.”  For some educators, the questions about blended and flipped learning seem to be mostly focused on defining blended […]

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Promoting Student Agency Through Project-Based Lessons

By David Reese, Ed.D.

 

I frequently collaborate with teachers around the ideas of making learning authentic and relevant for students. The conversation is often driven by the need for student engagement, igniting student passion, and ensuring […]

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What is Student Agency?

By David Reese

 

The term student agency relates to the student having an active role in their learning through voice, and often a choice, in the process. Project and problem-based learning provide opportunities to increase student agency through […]

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