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What is Conceptual Understanding?

By: Tatum Omari and Vivian Chen. How can we shift our teaching methods to prepare future generations for careers and life in a technologically-advanced world? The key is to begin teaching for conceptual understanding.

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Shaping Culture Through Character in Our African Schools

By: Oliver Sabot. Education in Africa has been several decades behind much of the world, and we launched our organization with a vision of helping the continent’s schools not only catch up but leap ahead of global standards.

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Is Meditation the Game Changer Teachers Have Been Looking For?

During my first year of teaching, I failed to find a means of coping with the ongoing emotional rollercoaster of this career. During the second year, I found the game-changer I needed to overcome my stress and focus instead on my classroom.

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What Happens When You Combine a Writer’s Workshop and Makerspace?

I recently had a chance to observe Angela Stockman, author of "Make Writing: 5 Strategies that Turn Writer’s Workshop Into a Makerspace, teaching in her studio and learned three key ways to bring the studio experience to all students.

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Earn and Learn as You Teach Chinese Kids English on VIPKID

Over 3,000 teachers are teaching Chinese children English on VIPKID. Teachers earn and learn on a sophisticated video conferencing platform that helps personalize learning.

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College Spark Washington

College Spark Washington funds programs across Washington state that help low-income students become college-ready and earn their degrees.

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Does EdTech Work? It Depends.

The shift to digital learning has greatly expanded learning options but, in these early innings of the digital learning revolution, it has become much harder to figure out what works. Lea(R)n is helping educators figure out what works.

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How Smartphones Can Make Smart Students

By: Blake Beus. When revisiting your classroom smartphone policy, make the decision to put your students' smartphones to work for you. Here are several apps that can help.

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