While in Washington, D.C., we visited Chavez Schools, a school with expanded blended learning opportunities that's teaching its students three dimensions of college readiness: academic preparation, academic tenacity and college knowledge.
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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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By: Andy Hepburn. Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs like GPS Education Partners are being reimagined for GenDIY.
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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.
Advisory and guidance are essential for students navigating career-focused decisions, especially for GenDIY students who are paving their own unique path. The role in supporting these each of these students in figuring out their values and aspirations is crucial.
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By: Mickey Revenaugh. Today's college and career readiness looks distinctly different than it did in the 20th century. So how can educators embrace the new imperatives during the current shift to digital learning?
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