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Enhancing a CTE Program to Boost Student Readiness

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By: Tammy Hyatt. Working and learning go hand in hand when a student is on the path to mastering a specific skill set or subject material, and for students in Career and Technical Education programs, this couldn’t be truer.

Becoming Macro and Micro Focused Educators

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As a teacher, I’m challenging myself to zero in daily on one student and look for their story to understand the complexities of learning for that particular child and make any shifts that would help them.

Our School’s Evolution to 21st-Century Teaching and Learning

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By: Rylee Woodall. At Orangewood Christian School we decided to implement our own connected classroom program. Here are our lessons learned and best practice recommendations for ensuring students are engaged and protected while learning online.

How To Get Your Students Writing Without Burning Yourself Out

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Being able to write well is important in life, and the more practice students have the better. However, it can lead to a lot for one teacher to read, so an English teacher shares three tips for getting students to write more without burning yourself out.

Iteration in Action: Denver School of Innovation and Sustainable Design

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By: Springpoint Schools. The Denver School of Innovation and Sustainable Design is utilizing a student-centered approach to school culture that is helping to keep students engaged. Read more here!

Language Learning Engages Houston Students

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I recently had the chance to visit Herrera Elementary School and Mandarin Immersion Magnet School in the Houston Independent School District. Here, I share a brief outline of what I saw along with a number of photos.

Infographic | The Potential of Place-Based Education

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Our Place-Based Education infographic provides a visual overview of the goals for, benefits of and design principles behind place-based learning.

#AskAboutAI: Informing Educators, Parents and Policymakers About Life With Smart Machines

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Artificial Intelligence will have more influence on the lives of young people over the next few decades than any other factor, so our #AskAboutAI campaign is investigating the implications smart machines will have on employment, learning and ethical issues.

Kepner Keeps True to the Innovation Model

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Kepner Beacon Middle School is in its inaugural year, but it has already developed an impressive program. Here, I share some photos that outline what I saw in my recent visit to the school.

Innov8: Random Acts of Kindness

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It’s National Random Acts of Kindness week—what are you doing to take part? We invite you to join us in making the world a better place to be this week, just as those in our top eight stories are doing as they continue raising the bar on innovations in education.

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