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The 5 Core Components of K-12 Entrepreneurship Education

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Today's students need their curriculum and instruction - or rather their learning experiences and performance opportunities - to allow for ideation, virtual global collaboration, design thinking, transdisciplinary practices, adaptive thinking, and cross-cultural competencies.

Chan Zuckerberg Backs Personalized Learning R&D Agenda

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This month Tom traveled to the Fusion conference where he sat down with Bror Saxberg and Jim Shelton of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to hear more about their personalized learning and R&D agenda.

How to Humanize Learning in the Classroom with 3 Global Issues

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By: Cleary Vaughan-Lee. How integrating stories of migration, climate change and language loss, can create real context and global-to-local connections for students.

Globally Connecting Learners through Project-Based Learning

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Teacher blogger Rachelle Dene Poth shares how Project-Based Learning can help bring global connectivity to students and 5 steps to get started.

LRNG & John Legend Are Spreading Access to Quality Education

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This month, LRNG Innovators and John Legend are rolling out a series of videos on teacher-led programs that creatively spark passion and excitement for learning in their students. Learn more here.

The Power of Constraints

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In our classrooms, we often think we need to remove restrictions so we don’t cramp our students’ creative style. Apparently, though, the opposite may be true.

A Celebration of Cross-Curricular Creativity

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By: Andy Plemmons. The interdisciplinary nature of the project means that students have multiple sources of support throughout the project, from the art teacher to intervention teachers to classroom teachers to the librarian.

5 Ways to Overcome the Challenges of Implementing a Genius Hour

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By: Donna Harvey. I suggested finding a way to make Genius Hour, a time designed to encourage student agency and creativity. My team bought in and we set out on the journey of trying to figure out how to provide our students with the chance to work on their own passions.

How Project-Based Learning Unleashes Students’ Creativity

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By: Pamela Brennan and Brandi Zivilik. Two teachers share their experiences of how PBL inspires students to collaborate with each other and connect with their local communities.

Engaging Students: Movement Through Games and Music

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With a greater focus on flexible learning environments, and educators looking to promote student choice and voice, the perception of “what classrooms look like” has changed, and continues to evolve into a more active learning space--a place where students are empowered.

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