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8 Tips for Teaching Writing in the Digital Age

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By: Lisa Wathen. With these eight tips, teachers can avoid the challenges of writing in the digital age and start helping their students develop the writing skills that will be necessary to succeed in the 21st century.

Elly Goes on Tour to Teach Students Healthy Eating Habits

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By: Joyce Sun. Why is there such disconnect between what individuals know they should eat and what they actually choose for their body? Here, we take a look at strategies for teaching students how to eat healthily.
Students using computers with teacher help in well-designed computer lab

Personalized Learning is a Transformative Idea Without a Transformative Technology

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By: Neerav Kingsland. Without a technological breakthrough, the current personalized learning efforts will (at best) lead to modest improvements in the execution of common place ideas.

5 Emerging Trends in 21st-Century Education

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By: Scott Freiberger. New technologies have been a boon for school leaders and educators seeking to collaborate and hone their skills. Here's what's next.

Smart Review | Learning Transformed: 8 Keys to Designing Tomorrow’s Schools, Today

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By: Eric Nentrup. The authors of this book are sounding the alert for the specific types of change that need to occur, and backing it up with research, numbers and influence. Read more here.

What REALLY Motivates Learners: Lessons from Science and Summer

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By: Jeff Wetzler. What is it that makes summer camp so motivating for young people? What does this mean for school design? Here, we take a detailed look at the answers to these questions.

Why the Baby Brain Can Learn Two Languages at the Same Time

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By: Naja Ferjan Ramirez. Any adult who has attempted to learn a foreign language can attest to how difficult it can be. Here, we look at why babies are better able to learn two languages.

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