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Two Key Points for Understanding Imagination in Education

By: Gillian Judson. Imagination in learning is often misunderstood--thought of as more frill than necessity. We must realize the value of imagination in education, and how it can be used to make learning engaging for all students.

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7 Ways to Build Better Relationships with Students

By: Stephanie Shaw. Taking the time to build caring relationships with students is key to success in the classroom, but this is often easier said than done. Here are seven ways I use to ensure my students know they are loved.

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3 Small Steps Toward Creating a Flexible Classroom

For those teachers who want to dabble with Differentiation, but might not want to completely revamp their already effective classroom, here are three small steps toward creating a Flexible Classroom.

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Modeling Mistakes and Creating Trust in the Classroom

By: Meriwynn Mansori. If we want to create resilient, capable, problem-solving students, we need to allow them to make mistakes that encourage them to learn and grow, as well as allow teachers to model learning through trial and error.

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Smart Review | littleBits STEAM Student Set & STEAM Teacher PD

By: Matt Cohen. As a STEM and math teacher, I recently had the opportunity to explore and provide the Smart Review about the littleBits STEAM Student Set as well the littleBits STEAM online Professional Development.

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NTN envisions a nation where every public school has the capacity to realize the full potential of each student. We are a national non-profit school development organization that partners with districts & charter schools to implement an innovative school model so that all students graduate college and career ready.

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Getting Smart Podcast | An Assessment Center For Boosting Achievement, Efficacy & Hope

Solution Tree assessment experts Cassandra Erkens, Tom Schimmer and Nicole Dimich Vagle chat about the new Solution Tree Assessment Center, a resource designed to help educators boost hope, efficacy and achievement for students.

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Teaching is a Project-Based Profession: 10 PBL Teacher Mindsets

Today's teachers who are training students (and our eventual future employees) have a great task at hand preparing students to successfully manage projects. Here are 10 mindsets successful project-based teachers have.

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