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Why PD Matters So Much for PBL Teachers

Teachers need to have on-going experiences and support with project-based learning (PBL) themselves in order to make all of the elements work in tandem and successfully implement it in the classroom.

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Student Choice Is a Key Ingredient for a 100% Graduation Rate

By Roger Cook - Taylor County Schools in Kentucky has reached a 100% graduation rate for the last eight years by implementing a Wheel of Learning approach to its students.

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Wall-to-Wall Project-Based Middle School Learning

Bulldog Tech was the first New Tech Network school in Silicon Valley, and to this day the middle school continues its commitment to project-based learning and student collaboration.

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Learning

5 Keys to Successfully Start Your Career

By: Cary J. Green, PhD. You learn in the classroom and through real world experience, but soft skills will increase your effectiveness as you enter the workforce. Here are five valuable soft skills to know to begin a successful career.

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Smart Review | Science Popularity Picks Up Steam with littleBits STEAM Student Set

This Smart Review features the littleBits STEAM Student Set, tested by our expert fourth and fifth grade students to see if it was a user-friendly way to have fun while encouraging learning through invention and creation.

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We ensure all students have access to a world-class education and quality blended and online learning opportunities that prepare them for a lifetime of success.

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Personalizing Post High School Readiness

By: Jennifer Ghidiu. The question of how to best set up our students for success in life is not a question of getting them access to college. The most important question is what individual pathway is best for each student.

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Beat the Summer Slide with Project-Based Learning

To avoid the dreaded "Summer Slide" with students, parents can harness the positive energy we all associate with summer break by helping children find educational projects around their own choices and interests.

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