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How can gaming for a few hours over the course of two months have such a dramatic impact? The researchers suggest 3 mechanism...
Parents and teachers alike agree personal growth and development matters, but these qualities still seem intangible, subjecti...
By: Amber Chandler. Middle school students need project-based learning environments to compete with the multitude of issues they face in their changing lives. There is nothing quite like the air of excitement when students are learning with their full attention and when they have a purpose for learning.
1 hours ago by Guest Author
The most important innovations in learning today are where smart teams and developing new tools and schools simultaneously -- like at Summit Public Schools. A new report from NewSchools Venture Fund outlines the path toward more innovative new school models.
2 days ago by Getting Smart Staff
By: Chris Sturgis. In perhaps the year's best blog on competency education, we examine the expansion of CompetencyEd, progress by leading organizations, the greatest weakness currently in the field and current Issues going forward.
3 days ago by Chris Sturgis
How can gaming for a few hours over the course of two months have such a dramatic impact? The researchers suggest 3 mechanisms that research has shown can have a significant effect.
4 days ago by Marie Bjerede
Parents and teachers alike agree personal growth and development matters, but these qualities still seem intangible, subjective, and hard to see and measure. The very term ‘soft skills’ sounds pretty fluffy and doesn’t command the sense of importance it deserves. So how might we, as parents, highlight and nurture...
5 days ago by Tracy Clark
Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) created an instructional design platform that provides free online tools and resources for creating literacy-rich assignments and courses across content areas. LDC CoreTools is a guided online experience that supports teachers in planning and creating curricula, allowing them to effe...
5 days ago by Catherine Wedgwood
By: Amber Chandler. Starting the school year with a project based learning activity will set the perfect tone for your classroom. Here are three lessons that have and generate BAM -- burning questions, authentic audiences and millennial skills.
6 days ago by Guest Author