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EdTech 10: Getting #EdSocial in Orlando

Stay tuned to Getting Smart as we spend next week digging into online and blended learning at the iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium. Hoping you will be there too! We will be very busy working in a bunch of great sessions with many of our talented partners. Check out our schedule for the week.

9 months ago by

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Give Math a Chance

When we make it socially acceptable to be bad at math, are we setting our kids up to fail? Rather than just avoid it because it’s difficult, we need to encourage our students to embrace it because of its difficulty.

10 months ago by

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Collaboration for Innovation

Technology can do even more for students and teachers. Now students’ reading notes can be recorded online rather that in notebooks or on Post-its and shared instantly with the teacher. Students’ writing can be compiled in a digital portfolio accessible with a single tap by the teacher or the student.

10 months ago by

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Featured EduPreneur: Jason Lange, Bloomboard

Jason Lange is our featured edupreneur this week. Jason is CEO of Bloomboard, a leading educator development system that supports the development of individual learning plans for teachers and school leaders.

10 months ago by



The Tao of Blended Learning

I knew I had two choices: 1. Follow Mr. Lee up the ladder, through the ceiling, and into the unknown or 2. Get my butt kicked by a Kung Fu master before I could even blink.

10 months ago by


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TRECA Educational Solutions

TRECA supports Ohio school districts by providing strong leadership, visionary planning, expert technological services, and informational resources.

Bob Hughes


Another Study Validates Replacement of Big Bad Schools With New Small Schools

Another study demonstrating the effectiveness of the new small high schools in New York City was released last week. Like prior studies, this one dramatically understate the real benefit of the new schools in favor of gold standard research methods. The new schools have grad rates double many of the closed high school...

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Featured EduPreneur: Trenton Goble, MasteryConnect

Trenton Goble is chief academic officer of MasteryConnect, where teachers go to learn about Common Core State Standards and to share assessment items. In this podcast, Goble talks about the transition from principle to entrepreneur.

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