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Smart List: 22 Coding and Computer Science Resources

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Fifty-Four Percent of students say they enjoy programming courses “a lot," but few get to spend much time on it in school. Here are some resources to help.

Helping Every Learner Identify as a “Math Person”

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Recently, Curriculum Associates released a new white paper on culturally responsive classrooms. Included in that guide are four key components necessary to practice “culturally responsive mathematics teaching." Reflecting on these components, understand that there is no such thing as a “math person,” and that high-quality math instruction is key to helping learners shed that perception.

Why Experiential Education?

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To contribute now and in the future, young people deserve experiential learning--community connected challenges that build agency and collaboration, that cross disciplines and result in public products that make real contributions. Here's why experiential learning matters and five primary benefits.

What K-12 Students Should Know About Artificial Intelligence

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In May, the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) and the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) launched the AI for K-12 Working Group (AI4K12) to define for artificial intelligence what students should know and be able to do. In this post, discover five big ideas, drafted by the steering committee, that every student should know.

Why Schools Should Bridge the Generational Divide

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By: Julia Freeland Fisher. Julia reviews the lessons about bridging the generation gap in Marc Freeman's book, " How to Live Forever."

Building 21: Bold Outcomes, Innovative Model, Next-Gen Network

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Building 21 is leveraging its network to promote access to personalized and competency-based learning for students through their outcome framework.

What Game Are You Playing: Improvement or Innovation?

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Improvement and innovation have different rules, expectations, and risks. The key is knowing which game you’re playing but getting the balance right between fostering innovation and fighting for equity may be the challenge of our time.

Preparing Today’s Learner’s for Tomorrow’s Challenges: 6 Key Factors of Personalized Learning

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By: Janet Pittock. We cannot predict the future for each of our students, we can predict that persistent, self-directed, life-long learners will be best positioned to prosper. Personalizing learning is essential to developing these skills in our learners.