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Using Student Feedback to (Actually) Drive Change

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By: Sachi Takahashi-Rial. Research shows that student perceptions are linked to academic outcomes, and that happy schools can more readily close the achievement gap. Here's how school leaders can gauge student perceptions and improve their school's culture.

Open Education Resources and the Student Experience

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By: Cheryl Costantini. A recent conversation I had with a college student helped me gain valuable insights into several things that we can do to help students get the maximum benefit from open education resources (OER).

9 Awesome Apps for Math Practice

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By: Juned Ghanchi. There is an ocean of math practice apps out there--how can you pick just one? To help wade through the choices, here are 9 great options.

6 Simple Ways to Become a Better Teacher

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By: Lizzie Weakley. Sometimes, the simple little things that we can do on a day-to-day basis are the best ways for us to better ourselves. Here are six of my favorite daily techniques for becoming a better teacher.

Getting Smart Podcast | It’s Time to Update Your Graduate Profile – Here’s How

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Ken Kay, CEO of EdLeader21, shares more about the "Profile of a Graduate" campaign, created to help districts, parents, students and community leaders to envision the essential competencies for a successful graduate in their community.

Education Data at Work in K-12

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By: Josh Klein. It should be a very basic thing for us to be able to talk to each other about how we’re going to exchange data and what data we want and need, but a number of factors can complicate the process. Here's how we can start to address them.

Increasing Student Access Through Project LEAN In

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By: Sam Sakai-Miller. Project LEAN In is San Lorenzo Unified School District's program for implementing a 1:1 student:device ratio in classrooms to increase student engagement and achievement. Here are lessons learned, best practices and unexpected benefits.

The Role of the Teacher in High-Quality PBL

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By: Michelle Berkeley. In this post, we share some thoughts from a number of surveyed EdLeaders on three key areas of investment in the development of a PBL teacher: qualities and skills, training and collaboration, and professional development.

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