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Randy Ziegenfuss on Learner-Centered Leadership

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On this episode Tom is joined by Kelly Young to chat with Randy Ziegenfuss about learner-centered leadership and to thank him for his career in education.

How Speech and Language Deficits Can Affect a Child’s Academic Success

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By: Leanne Sherred. Speech and language challenges can affect how children perform in school, including the development of early literacy skills and their mental well-being. In this post, we discuss how communication difficulties can affect academic performance and the benefits of early intervention.

What the Pandemic Taught Us

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By: Casey O’Meara. Slate Valley Unified Union School District’s approach during pandemic teaching relies on flexibility, empathy, experiences as moments for learning, and essential content and skills, and is resulting in lasting change for the district.

What’s the EdTech Vaccine? 10 Design Principles

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There are 10 design shifts that represent an opportunity in learner experience and supporting learning tools that can improve the life trajectories of billions.

Five Mega Trends Reshaping Global Learning

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Imagine school as a series of community-connected projects and skill sprints that develop leadership, collaboration and problem solving skills. Imagine a web of supports that help you make the kind…

How High-Schoolers Launched a Start-up to Reduce Social Isolation in Seniors

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Four teammates in Uncharted Learning’s year-long INCubatoredu entrepreneurship course at Vista Ridge High School in Austin, Texas developed Walkthru, which leverages VR to transport seniors on more than 350 immersive tours around the world.

Addressing the Challenges of Remote Learning for Emergent Bilingual Students

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By: José Viana. The following recommendations support teachers to refocus successful strategies in teaching emergent bilingual students in the classroom and modify evidence-based practices to online learning.

Getting Clearer: Schooling Loss, Not Learning Loss

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By: Kelly Niccolls & Rebecca Midles. Students have experienced school loss and peer interaction loss, not learning loss. Kelly and Rebecca outline how educators can help students continue forward in their learning journey.

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