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Moving Toward Learner-Centered Models in HigherEd

By: Eric Frank. Moving from instructor-centered teaching to student-centered learning can be supported by next-generation courseware or technology-enabled learning environments that dynamically adapt to the needs of each individual learner.

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Teacher Talent 2.0: Real-time PD, Data Use, Broadening Recruitment Pools

Increasing the talent pool, collaboratively working together to refine best practices, supporting teachers in the classroom and improving retention will make a significant difference in the quality of all teacher preparation programs, and as a result the achievement of our students.

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Invest In Your Own Journey: UnCollege’s Gap Year Program

By: Dale Stephens. There is no better learning than the learning done on the job. Both feet in, hands dirty, thoughts focused on the task before you. We admire the value in self-directed discovery and we truly believe experiential learning is one of the most rewarding modes of education out there. And the best part is,...

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Ye-Don Burgess, center, an educator with the Charlotte Mecklenburg school system, listens to a presentation during "Day of Discovery" at Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte, N.C. The teachers spent a Saturday at the event, which was held on Saturday, April 26, at Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte, N.C. and hosted by the Disovery Educator Network.

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10 Must-Know Professional Development Insights from Discovery Education

In our work across the country, we've recognized a strong need from teachers and leaders for information to inform how they can implement personalized, digital learning. Professional development is a key factor in boosting the likelihood of implementation success. We talked to two leaders on the front lines of Professi...

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Why Less Could be More in EdTech

By: Robert Dillon. After a recent visit to FETC, Robert shares why he thinks the future of EdTech could mean less technology and require better partnerships between schools, researchers, and developers.

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Engineer Your Future: Don’t go it Alone, Own it, Create it

By: Fushcia-Ann Hoover. Struggling to decide on entering or staying in a degree or career? Don’t quit because you doubt your abilities or worthiness. Go for it. It will be hard and—I won’t lie—sometimes very isolating, but it is worth it and so are you.

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Friday Institute Project Designs MOOCs for Educators

Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at NC State University’s College of Education announce the offering of "MOOC-Eds" - Massive, open, online courses for educators.

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