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Taking a fresh look at student learning in new and instinctive ways is an critical part of empowering transformative learning. In this post, David Jakes shares essential questions for today's leaders.
Social Media - What do the students say? Read for ideas and insights from Richland 2 student, Tristen Prescott.
Finding and inspiring passionate learning is a daily goal of dedicated educators. Read the insights of Marianthe Williams and her experience with Intel's Innovative Educator's program.
Gone are the days of extensively long, sit-and-get, after-school faculty meetings. Nicole Fiorito of Baltimore County's Halstead Academy describes the collaborative professional learning alternatives that have taken their place.
What kinds of questions should we be asking about web resources before using them in the classroom? Read Part 2 of Mike Gorman's series on the best ways to vet classroom resources.
A reflection on belief, hard work and the great deal of magic in the education profession by Mike Gorman.
Doing something new or something different is a risk. Read insights from David Jakes and learn how strategy can make all the difference between success and failure.
How do you vet educational technology web resources before using it in the classroom? Read these valuable points from Mike Gorman.
In the last few years, education technology has grown from an innovative new trend to a key component of the modern classroom.
Teachers have and always will be irreplaceable. Read Leslie Wilson’s insights on the time honored importance of teachers and their role today in the meaningful use of educational technologies.
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