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Business Schools and the Problem-Solving Skills Gap

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Research on complex problem-solving shows it doesn’t come naturally for most people. Numerous cognitive biases trip us up. To overcome these biases and become better problem-solvers, we must be taught how to do it well.

New Merger Brings Learning and Workforce Solution for Cities Across the U.S.

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Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and LRNG merge to deploy innovative community-based education strategy in cities across the U.S. Discover what that means for the future of learning and work.

Teaching the Whole Child: It’s the Little Things

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Disney is known as the happiest place on earth. Anna Durfee shares how she is using ideas from Disney to encourage holistic conversations with students.

How I Know: Impacting the Classroom through Student-Driven Learning in Dallas

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In Dallas Independent School District (Dallas ISD), as teachers work to embed new social studies and language arts curricular resources, there is a special focus on student-driven learning. This post explores the significant role played by formative assessment.

Randy Ziegenfuss on Teacher Leadership and Student-Centered Learning

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In this episode, Tom chats with Randy Ziegenfuss about his journey as an educator, his time at Salisbury and his podcast, "Shift Your Paradigm."

iNACOL Symposium 2018: Driving the Transformation of Learning

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Heading to iNACOL Symposium 2018? So are we! Here is a list of sessions, workshops, and events we will be participating in.

Who You Know: Relationships are an Undervalued Asset for Students

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By: Mary Ryerse and Michelle Berkeley. What happens when we help develop students' social capital? Mary and Michelle share what they learned in Julia Freeland Fisher's new book, Who You Know.

Extending Social Emotional Learning into the Home

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Though the addition of social-emotional learning to the standard set of curricula offerings has marked benefits for developing the whole child, social-emotional skills cannot be learned in the vacuum of school alone. This post explores ways to bring social-emotional learning into the home.

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