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Review | Digital Citizenship in Action

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With passion and investment in exploration of the topic, this can be a “handbook” for any educators who have a responsibility or desire to develop digital citizenship within their students, classrooms, libraries, schools or any other learning opportunity.

Global Dignity for a Better Tomorrow

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By: Emily Liebtag and Janice Walton. Global Dignity is working to provide resources and learning experiences for educators or facilitators seeking to spread the message of dignity. Learn more about what that means here.

10 Really Hard Decisions Coming Our Way

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The most powerful tools the world has ever known have been created- and while they have the potential to make lives better, there's a bigger problem we must be aware of. AI Advancements are moving faster than civic infrastructure can handle. Here’s 10 issues we're not prepared for.

Getting Creative with Cardboard: The Perfect Mix of Learning and Fun

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One of the most important lessons I’ve learned over my 19 years as a parent is to keep it simple and to look for easy ways to tie together learning and fun. In this post, I take a look at a recent simple activity I organized that did just that.

The New Work of Network Leadership

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School networks make the challenging work of personalized learning possible at scale, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Here's how they work.

5 Tech-Free Classroom Innovations, and Ideas for Getting Started

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We don’t need unlimited funding or fancy high-tech toys to innovate our practice. Often, we just need to think differently. Here are five simple tech-free innovative learning experiences that will help you and your students think differently.

Making Project-Based Learning Authentic

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By: Sheldon Soper. Students who participate in high-quality project-based learning develop skills, processes and products that are an ideal match for the demands of the 21st-century, but creating authentic projects is key for engaging them.

Are SEL Skills Actually Teachable?

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By: Breanna Reynolds. Is it possible for today's children to learn the social and emotional learning skills they'll need to succeed in the world? The most challenging part of teaching these crucial SEL skills starts in the classroom.

Getting Smart Podcast | Superintendent Leadership For PBL

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In this episode, Superintendent Mario Basora shares his journey from being an average student to a successful superintendent who worked with community and staff to help the students in their district become "Fearless Thinkers."

Creating the Right Culture for Social and Emotional Learning

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By: Anna Durfee. As educators, we can help our students develop the social and emotional skills they'll need to be successful in the future. Here are several ways to help you create the right culture for SEL in your classroom.

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