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Slow Jam The Poem: A Jimmy Fallon Inspired Lesson Plan

What do you get when you cross Jimmy Fallon with a creative Language Arts class? An awesome "Slow Jam The Poem" lesson plan. Fallon is just too talented. In fact, I believe he could do just about anything sometimes like be a high school educator. If that was the case, his lesson plan would look like this.

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PEAK by Fuel Education

As part of the #LearningPlatform series we take a look at PEAK by FuelEd, a dashboard that provides an up to date and personalized experience for administrators, teachers, and students.

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MoveNote: A Very Noteworthy #EdTech App

Introducing, MoveNote. A noteworthy tool that can be used flip the classroom, practice presenting, share best practices and teach from a distance.

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EdTech 10: Valentines or Singles Awareness Day Edu

It’s that time again. Whether you consider it Singles Awareness Day or Valentines Day, Team Getting Smart is here for you every week as we share the latest EdTech news we know that you’ll love to know.

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A Good Class Discussion Is Just a Phone Call Away

Smartphones and Seismographs: Two Ingredients for a class discussion with 100% student engagement.

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) is a national community of educators providing a teacher-designed and research-proven framework, online tools, and resources for creating literacy-rich assignments and courses across content areas.

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Got Red-Pen Grading Cramps? Kaizena Can Help

There once was a time when the only tool available to grade essays was the proverbial red pen. But not any longer. Kaizena is today's red pen.

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The Literary Revolver: An Interactive Structure from Studio 113

Frankly speaking, interactive learning structures work. By merging standards-based prompts, random selectiveness, a backchannel, improvisational acting, and overall creativity, Studio 113’s fairly new “Literary Revolver” places students on an engaging, challenging, and fun path to lesson mastery.

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