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Increasing Student Access Through Project LEAN In

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By: Sam Sakai-Miller. Project LEAN In is San Lorenzo Unified School District's program for implementing a 1:1 student:device ratio in classrooms to increase student engagement and achievement. Here are lessons learned, best practices and unexpected benefits.

SOLE: Hacking Today’s Education for the Future

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By: Dr. Jeffrey McClellan and Justin Aglio. Self-Organizing Learning Environments (SOLEs) draw on children’s natural curiosity to create a dynamic education space for students to learn, interact and develop critical problem-solving skills.

6 Best Practices For Expanding A Blended Learning Initiative

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By: Andy Franko. For any districts considering a move toward blended learning, here are six lessons our district learned while creating a multidistrict virtual K-12 school.

OER Curation at Scale: An Opportunity to Support Personalized Learning

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By: Mark Hannah. The ever-developing body of open education resources (OER) can support personalized learning success when it’s curated at scale and considers these few key ingredients.

How Digital Literacy Impacts Today’s Classroom

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By: Na’ama Y. Rosenberg. Teaching students digital literacy provides the framework they need for appropriately interpreting and interacting online. Here are a few resources that can help in the classroom.

Three Examples of K-12 Global Place-Based Education

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By: Jason Agins. Place-based education takes a bold approach to maximizing learning through geography, and online learning students who travel with their families often thrive from these unique additional learning opportunities. Here are three such students.

Making Curriculum Fun with the Iditarod Race

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By: Faye Hall. While many students dread the end of winter break, for Wyoming Virtual Academy (WYVA) it marks the beginning of the most exciting time of the year, as we gear up for the Alaska Iditarod—the greatest sled dog race on earth.

Online Language Learning Toolkit

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Learning another language provides a wide range of impressive benefits. In this publication, we share strategies for districts and schools looking to implement effective online language learning programs.

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.

Is Online College Right for Your Students?

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By: Anica Oaks. Online college can be a great option, but it presents different challenges and opportunities than traditional college. Here are some ideas to help when considering if online college is right for your students.

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