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Bridging Continental Divides with Virtual Music Collaboration

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My students who had the opportunity to virtually collaborate with their global counterparts are still collaborating together, and I like to think they'll maintain these international bonds for the rest of their lives.

How to Talk to Parents About Your School’s EdTech

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It's only natural for parents to feel some concern over the use of EdTech in their children's schools. Here are some tips for educators and EdLeaders who are facing these concerns, along with some tools you can use to demonstrate EdTech's potential efficacy.

What if Holocaust Survivors Could Teach Your Class?

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Holograms will be in our future, and will be in our future classrooms. In this post, we imagine the nearly limitless possibilities that would arise if we could hologram the best content drivers in every industry as our teachers.

23 SEL Apps and Actions for Relaxation and Stress Relief

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It’s “that time of year” when mid-term exams, finals, holidays, deadlines and more can take their toll on students and those who support them. Here are some things you can use to help you relax.

Change Will Be Slower Than You Think, Then Faster

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Tom shares what EdLeaders can learn from the retail industry and the shifts it's needed to make given growth in technology and consumer demand.

How Virtual Reality and Embodied Learning Could Disrupt Education

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VR is best used to get around the impossible, the expensive and the dangerous. It is also best when it enables an experience of embodiment. Here's what that means.

EdTech Acquisition Will Enhance Engagement and Strengthen Conceptual Understanding in Math

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Curriculum Associates has acquired award winning game company Motion Math, bringing high quality games to millions more elementary students. Here's more about what that means for students and educators.

Closing the Digital Divide to Ensure the Future of Learning

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There are three critical challenges facing efforts to move towards equitable access to EdTech for all students. Here's how we can face them.

How to Grow Unicorns

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By: Nancy Conrad. At the core of our competition is the opportunity for students to learn how to think, how to learn, how to be "no box" thinkers and how to develop their potential to become unicorns. Learn more here.

Data Interoperability in K-12: A Teacher’s Perspective

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By: Brett Emerson. In my district, we have inconsistency among the applications we use for intervention and monitoring student progress. Even now, parents still don’t know how their child scored on last year’s standardized tests. Data interoperability could help.

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