By: Christina Lovedal Gil. I've found that using mentor texts in my classroom is an effective way to get students to explore,...
Drew Perkins, director of PD for TeachThought, chats about project-based learning as the catalyst for a positive and widespre...
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By Karla Phillips and Carri Schneider - The experiences of Idaho, Utah and Florida around creating pilot state competency-bas...
Measuring initial attitudes will allow you to lean into your strengths and shore up your vulnerabilities. Knowing how different stakeholder groups feel (teachers vs. principals vs. parents vs. students, for example) will help you identify your natural allies and the issues you must address to bring others along.
2 years ago by Guest Author
Startup Weekend Edu came to Phoenix this weekend. T eams worked on preschool reading, classroom guests, real-time feedback for teachers, better PD, autism supports, and small business on boarding. It's more evidence of Phoenix rising as a tech and EdTech hub.
2 years ago by Tom Vander Ark
A new infographic, released by DreamBox Learning, “Blended Learning: 10 Trends,” gives a snapshot on how right now, making student learning is more personalized, more engaging, and more collaborative is what’s driving innovation.
2 years ago by Getting Smart Staff
By: Tracy Clark. It’s spring cleaning time and your digital life is no exception!
2 years ago by Tracy Clark
From the discussions in the hall to the intriguing, conversation-starting 50 minute sessions, one common theme is rising to the top: schools are changing and there are models from all over the country that are making education better for students.
2 years ago by Alison Anderson