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Every Place is Special or No Place is Special

By: Anna Luhrmann. "Every Place is Special or No Place is Special" is an easy mantra to believe when you're teaching in a national park, but when I first taught PBE in rural Wyoming it became a lot harder. Here's what I learned.
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Six Key Components of Effective Online Instruction

By: Carol A. Ribeiro. Informal learning has grown with the rise of online education and online resources. With the flood of information available, what does practical and effective online instruction even look like?

10 EdTech Resource Lists for Teachers

By: Jessica Carrell. It has always surprised me that it can be hard to find practical EdTech resource lists. Here is a helpful collection of resources for teachers to reference when looking for recommendations on all things EdTech.
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Designing Student Projects for Global Readiness

By: Andrew Miller. It's time to think about the power of project-based learning and how it can do even more to prepare our students for the world beyond the classroom.
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6 Steps to a Successful School Marketing Plan

By: Stacy Jagodowski. Marketing plans are the roadmap to success for your school. In this post, I explore techniques that school and district leaders can use to develop plans that help them reach their goals.

Transcend the Classroom with Virtual Place-Based Learning

By: Louis Pienaar. Simulation-based learning allows my students to learn in a highly immersive environment that reflects aspects of the real world, encouraging deeper learning of cross-curricular skills and concepts.

How PBL Transforms the Classroom into the ‘Real World’

By: Anthony Johnson. My students consistently outperform others in our school and district, and I believe my focus on PBL and hands-on learning is the catalyst. In this post, I share my strategy and techniques.