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How Can You Build a Scalable, Sustainable Impact Network?

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By: Jonathan Prins. Networks are all around us and are taking over whether we're aware of it or not. So how can your company build a scalable sustainable impact network? Here are a few ideas to get you started.

The Two Most Important Technologies Of Our Time Are Also The Most Dangerous

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By: Barry Schuler. Artificial Intelligence and Gene Editing are the two most important technologies of our time, and so powerful we can't predict the outcomes of their future impact. Are we evolved enough to develop them responsibly?

How Capistrano USD is Transforming its Writing Instruction

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By: Virginia Reischl. By aligning our writing goals and rubrics vertically from grades 6-12 and horizontally across disciplines, we are bringing clarity and continuity to our teaching of writing skills. Here’s how we are approaching this ambitious task.

Developing Fascination (and Curriculum) with Matthew Patterson

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By: Thriving Schools. In this interview, Matthew Patterson, winner of last year’s TNTP Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice, shares his thoughts on selecting literature in his classroom--and in the process, provides some valuable insights into student engagement.

Why Technology is a Creative Subject, Not a Science

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By: Bethany Koby. Using technology to make the world a better place should be one of the primary objectives of humanity. Treating technology as a creative practice rather than a science could help us reach that goal.

Leader Spotlight: Riley Johnson on New Tech High School 2.0

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By: New Tech Network. This year New Technology High School celebrated its 20th anniversary. We chatted with their principal, Riley Johnson, about what they've learned in their twenty years of practicing project-based learning and recent forays into Design Thinking.

Supporting Student Agency of SEL

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By: Jessica Berlinski. Let's support students in owning their own SEL by providing them with the tools they need to develop agency. Here are two unique programs that represent powerful methods for building SEL agency for future career and life success.

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