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Six Key Components of Effective Online Instruction

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By: Carol A. Ribeiro. Informal learning has grown with the rise of online education and online resources. With the flood of information available, what does practical and effective online instruction even look like?

Why Do Students Choose Blended and Online Schools?

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More students than ever before are attending blended and online schools. Here, we summarize a recent paper on the common motivations behind students' enrollment in programs other than traditional brick-and-mortar schools.

7 Great Educational Online Games

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By: Kate Thora. A growing body of evidence suggests that teachers can use video games to help kids have fun while learning. The key is selecting games that help develop critical thinking and other deeper learning skills. Here are seven examples.

Closing the Last Mile of Career Opportunity in Rural America

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By: Andrew Grover. Schools in rural America face unique challenges, but with them comes the opportunity to ignite innovative changes. Providing these students digital learning can unlock opportunities that would otherwise be unavailable to them.

Eight Web-Based Tools for Delivering Flipped Lessons

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By: Tom Jager. Flipped learning can save teachers time and enhance student outcomes, so here are nine tools that can help teachers see whether flipped learning is right for them.

Companies Committed to Community Learning Resources

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Businesses today can use the Internet to reach young people all over the world and teach them about their fields. Here's a list of 10 companies and the community resources they offer.

Tel Aviv University: Addressing Social Challenges with Online Learning

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Yuval Shraibman, CEO of Israel's TAU Online, shares more about how he and other education leaders in the country are working to find ways to bridge inequity and help all students succeed.

10 Ways to Use Quality Digital Curriculum

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Evidence of deeper learning as a result of digital learning continues to fuel school and district support. We compiled this list of ways to utilize quality digital curriculum in your district or school.

Integrating Classroom Practice and Experimentation into Professional Learning

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By: Julie Keane. When classroom practice is part of the professional development learning cycle, teachers are provided more time and space to try out new ideas, ensuring the implementation of new strategies and content reaches the most important audience—the students.

Keeping Up with the Evolution of Learning Media (on a Budget)

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By: Brian Alexander. Today’s effective learning media has been found to engage learners on a level that aids in the retention of the materials, making it an important part of any teacher’s toolbox.

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