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Back to Basics: Creating Equitable Learning Environments

By: Meg Van Voorhis. Creating and sustaining a successful and equitable learning environment for students means starting with these three things.

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5 Interesting and Innovative EdTech Startup Ideas

By: Dante Munnis. From an investor’s point of view, edtech is here to stay. Here are 5 edtech startups recently revealed to the public pointing to the diversity of edtech innovations and new approaches to learning.

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3 Key Ways to Inspire Student Engagement and Motivation

By: Kim Smith. Today's students will need to rely on entrepreneurship skills to create and manage their own career opportunities. When teaching this entrepreneurial mindset, here are a few key pillars to inspire student engagement and motivation.

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Solving Education’s $1.5 Billion Problem

By Deborah Howard - The growing need for remedial education in college today reaches across economic strata, impacting students from all backgrounds. What can we do to fix this in our education systems?

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6 Best Practices for Online Student Engagement

By: Alicia Hill. Teaching an online course can be challenging when it comes to creating and maintaining that important teacher/student connection. So here are six strategies for increasing student engagement in the virtual classroom from high school to higher ed.

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The nonprofit Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is the world's leading provider of K-12 resources and professional development for Project Based Learning (PBL). BIE believes all students can and should benefit from this transformational teaching method.

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The Case for Making Audiobooks Part of Curriculum

By: William Weil. A study shows audiobooks are more than a nice library resource or good for struggling readers--they can be an important literacy tool extending from K-12.

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Transforming Schools Through Strengths-Based PD

By: Laura McBain. What would professional development look like for teachers if we focused on our greatest strengths as opposed to our greatest deficits? Here's an example of changing the mindset and practices of one school by doing just that.

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