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5 Myths of Project-Based Learning Dissected and Debunked

By: Andrew Larson. There are often misconceptions about project-based learning, so here are five PBL myths addressed from my own perspective and experience working in a school and system that has successfully implemented PBL.

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4 Strategies to Bring History to Life For Students

By: Sophia Sineath. It can be difficult for teachers to find the time to explore inquiry-based learning, but here are four strategies to help unlock the power of history for students by discovering the primary resources found in local archives.

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Why the Transition to Adulthood Should Start in Preschool

By: Dr. Genevra Walters. Conversations about college and careers need to start earlier rather than later, with educators thinking past the traditional style of teaching to truly prepare students for life outside school.

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Fostering Academic Success for All

By: Karla Phillips and Jesse Hahnel. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) expands the focus of K12 student success to include provisions specifically for foster youth, as part of the effort to ensure that success can occur for ALL students.

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Equity in Digital Games

Classroom, Inc., a non-profit working to bring innovative learning games to schools in high-poverty communities, created a game that allows students to experience real-world realities while also addressing Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts.

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Curriculum Associates

Curriculum Associates designs research-based, print and online instructional materials, assessment tools, and data management resources. We believe every student deserves the chance to succeed and with our easy-to-use i-Ready®, Ready®,and BRIGANCE® programs, we strive to make a meaningful impact on student outcomes.

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3 Ways EdLeaders Can Level the Computer Science Literacy Playing Field

By: Idit Harel. If computer science education is necessary for next-gen student success, then it should not be treated like a privilege but rather a core piece of curriculum on the level of traditional literacy and math classes.

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Infographic | Why It Is Imperative to Assess Social Emotional Learning

By: Jonathan E. Martin and Jeremy Burrus. Helping students develop noncognitive strengths is something nearly every teacher addresses daily. This infographic explains more on why it is so important for educators to assess social emotional learning in schools.

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