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In Education, How Do We Create a Culture of Experimentation?

Opt-in innovation, together with small-scale experimentation, are attempts to acknowledge that for too long, the education system has been experimenting at the wrong scale, in the wrong ways. The future of school, and the future of school reform, means experimenting with, and not on, each other.

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Project-Based Learning and the Middle School Mind

By: Amber Chandler. Middle school students need project-based learning environments to compete with the multitude of issues they face in their changing lives. There is nothing quite like the air of excitement when students are learning with their full attention and when they have a purpose for learning.

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Micro-Credentials: The Future of Professional Learning

Like students, educators deserve a clear map of what they need to know and be able to do, multiple ways to learn, and options for demonstrating mastery. In most cases we think progress will be marked with a stackable series of micro-credentials.

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7 Roles of a Next-Gen Learning Ecosystem

By: Sarah Luchs. Sarah shares the 7 roles in a next-gen learning ecosystem. Whether you are already in a regional partnership to spur innovations in learning or whether you are hoping to create one, Sarah points out the 7 roles to create an ideal partnership for innovation and sustainability.

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Knewton Brings Adaptive and Personalized Learning to the Masses

The future of learning will be personalized and context-driven. The launch of Knewton is a step toward this future. Tools and technology will continue to improve and learning will become more tailored and accessible. With a platforms like Knewton, personalizing the learning experience is becoming norm.

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Curriculum Associates

Curriculum Associates designs research-based, print and online instructional materials, assessment tools, and data management resources. We believe every student deserves the chance to succeed and with our easy-to-use i-Ready®, Ready®,and BRIGANCE® programs, we strive to make a meaningful impact on student outcomes.

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In-Demand Job Skills and the (Mobile) Learning Process

By: Lucy Kosturko. The ubiquity and power of mobile devices make them the perfect companion for self regulated learning. Tools like SAS Data Notebook that provides integrated support for goal setting, progress monitoring, reflection, and communication, and SAS Writing Navigator that guides students through the writing ...

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EdTech 10: Platform Progress

It wouldn’t be back to school season without a heavy dose of EdTech news worth knowing about. Building on our recent examination of next-gen platforms and privacy is big platform news from Knewton and DreamBox Learning, and student data stories from the Center for Digital Education and Data Quality Campaign.

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