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3 Back to School Project-Based Lessons for Middle School

By: Amber Chandler. Starting the school year with a project based learning activity will set the perfect tone for your classroom. Here are three lessons that have and generate BAM -- burning questions, authentic audiences and millennial skills.

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The Educator’s Guide to Social Media

By: Larry Magid. There are a great many advantages of social media both as a classroom tool and to enhance your professional reputation. Sure there are risks, but they are manageable and easily outweighed by the rewards.

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Success in Algebra Requires Deeper Learning

By: Tim Hudson. All math teachers will tell you they want students to be critical thinkers and problem solvers. Yet we see plenty of evidence that most students are not performing as well as we would hope. To ensure student success in Algebra 1 and beyond, students need to think on their own and design their own soluti...

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Carving out a Career as a Creative Entrepreneur

By: Coral Lani. Independent fashion design shares how she learned the skills necessary to pursue her calling. "As a creative, you may not fit into the mold that society has laid out for you, but you are not alone," said Coral.

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Connecting Students and Teachers for Better Learning

By: Jared Stein. Jared Stein, VP of Research and Education at Instructure shares their recently released report and dives into how meaningful relationships are AND how interactions have a direct correlation to positive learning outcomes.

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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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Support for Teachers in a Competency Education School

By: Brian Stack. Principal of Sanborn Regional High School in Kingston, NH, shares how he is working to prepare and support teachers with meaning learning opportunities that support students in Sanborn's shift to competency education.

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Navigating Early College and Dual Credit Alternatives

By: Lila Huston. Going to college early is not an easy path to take, but for those of you that don’t want to spend most of your young adult life going to school, and for those of you with the ability to, early college and dual credits are one of the most available alternatives.

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