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IMS Global to Build K-20 Badges with Mozilla

IMS Global Learning Consortium announced the launch of the IMS Digital Credentialing Initiative. The new initiative is aiming to further the adoption, integration and transferability of digital credentials, including badges, within institutions, schools, and corporations.

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11 Tips for a Top-Class Webinar

Virtual broadcast, online seminar, professional development opportunity. These are all ways to describe what we know as a webinar. Follow these 11 tips to help make sure your next webinar is engaging and impactful.

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EdTech 10: Spring Has Sprung

Whether it’s educators finally recognizing opportunities to blend instruction or the launch of new game-based learning programs this week’s top EdTech news stories focused on springing toward new beginnings.

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Redbird Advanced Learning: Innovation Through Research

Stanford recently selected Redbird Advanced Learning to develop and commercialize its Education for Gifted Youth program products. The first new product is Redbird Mathematics, a K-7 supplemental program designed to promote algebra readiness.

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EdTech 10: Season’s In Full Swing

This week we recognized all-stars with the CODiEs and DILAs, dove deep into the future of assessment, and whether it was state policy, coding awareness, or new acquisitions, we arrived in spring with welcomed inspiration and hope for the year ahead.

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Literacy Design Collaborative

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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Path To Personalization: Better Models & Better Tests

New developments will mean a gradual reduction in the size of and reliance in heavyweight summative assessment to smaller, less frequent tests that check the validity of local assessments.

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Startup Students: A Look At How Teachers Can Invest In GenDIY

By: Eric Nentrup. What GenDIY needs is more supportive teachers who see themselves as business mentors and “angel investors” who may not be able to invest dollars, but can network and carve out time or space for students to work on these authentic projects now instead of later.

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