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Better Off with a Benefit Mindset

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By: Ash Buchanan. We all know how important learning mindsets are at promoting student performance. But what happens when we think outside the box and consider student’s potential to lead and make a meaningful difference in our world?

Supporting Digital Citizenship Development as a School Counselor

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By: Syrenna Kononovitch. The need for students to become good digital citizens in a world heavily influenced by technology is crucial to their success. Here are several resources to help support this development in schools.

6 Tips for Creating Powerful Assessments for Your Students

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By: Melissa Maypole. Assessments are no longer simply tests that students fret about or neglect to study for. As you probably know (likely based off of first-hand experience), today’s environment of heightened accountability for educators has made them stressful for teachers as well.

A Gifted Ed Teacher’s Secrets to Success

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By: Stephen Noonoo. Gifted education teacher Alison Alowonle shares how she keeps her exceptional students (and their families) engaged in their learning process, as well as advice for those interested in getting involved as an educator in the space.

Innov8: Summer is Here!

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Summer is almost here, but before you put down your #2 pencils and run for the door, check out these eight stories featuring the latest education resources and innovations in learning!

Back-Office Process Innovation Can Impact Performance as Much as Tech Innovation

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By: Sara Chou. School districts are drowning in paperwork. Ask most school or district employees what they dread most, and there's a good chance that paperwork will be close to the top of the list for teachers, principals, school site secretaries and district admins.

A Literature Class in a Museum: A Place-Based Experience

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This multi-authored post shares a number of perspectives on a college literature class on Mark Twain, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and some of their contemporaries, which was taught on-site at the Stowe and Twain house museums in Hartford, Connecticut.

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