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A Good Class Discussion Is Just a Phone Call Away

Smartphones and Seismographs: Two Ingredients for a class discussion with 100% student engagement.

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Got Red-Pen Grading Cramps? Kaizena Can Help

There once was a time when the only tool available to grade essays was the proverbial red pen. But not any longer. Kaizena is today's red pen.

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How-To On Building a Culture of Innovation

A new framework from The Learning Accelerator and 2Revolutions features a comprehensive self-assessment tool that provides guideposts for education leaders to find where they are on the path to building a culture of innovation.

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So You Think You Want to Innovate?

The Learning Accelerator and 2Revolutions embark on a mission to define and create a culture of innovation and share their findings in a new framework.

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Smart List: 50 Great Blogs & Blasts

The 2nd Annual "Smart List" Awards continues with 50 thought leading blogs, blasts and EdTech sites you should be plugged in to.

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College Spark Washington funds programs across Washington state that help low-income students become college-ready and earn their degrees.

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The Literary Revolver: An Interactive Structure from Studio 113

Frankly speaking, interactive learning structures work. By merging standards-based prompts, random selectiveness, a backchannel, improvisational acting, and overall creativity, Studio 113’s fairly new “Literary Revolver” places students on an engaging, challenging, and fun path to lesson mastery.

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5 Teaching Habits to Tame Time

Something kicks my posterior way too often. It’s a frenemy of mine, you see. Yep, that’s right. FREN-E-MY. Think of polar opposites. Some days are swing and duck, while others are smile and enjoy good luck. Oh, yeah. Are you picking up what I’m laying down? I’m speaking of that ceaseless, consistent, and never-...

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