Innov8: Teacher Appreciation Week

It’s National Teacher Appreciation Week (which, by the way, we think should be celebrated year round), so from our team to all of the educators out there spending your time (and often your own money) to ensure that all of your students graduate high school and go on to be successful in college, career and life, we say THANK YOU!!

We agree with Ellen – teachers really do make the world a better place, and this week’s stories share tools and resources that can help teachers continue to do a great job of inspiring their students.

And don’t forget to tell us why you think teachers are superheroes by 11:59pm PT on 5/12 and be entered to win one of two $150 Donor’s Choose gift cards!

#NewSchools & #EdTech Tools

1. Digital Learning List

Don’t forget to be keeping up-to-date on your Digital Learning engagement strategies!

Digital Developments

2. Student Data-Driven PD

It’s important to keep in mind the relationship between student outcomes and teacher PD.

3. Education Unicorns

Have you been keeping up on our latest series that looks at EdData interoperability through case studies on a number of different companies?

#Teachers & #EdLeaders

4. Learner-Connected Framework

Real-world learning experiences empower and engage students. These resources can help you do it right.

Dollars & Deals

5. $110M to Grammarly

Grammarly can help with your (and your students’) 21st-century writing projects.

6. Epiphany learning acquires My Learning Collaborative Solution:

#STEM Gems

7. National Day of STEM

This day should is well-placed to remind us all of the importance of keeping students engaged in STEM over holiday breaks.

8. Destination STEM

Few things inspire students’ creativity like a good STEM competition.

Have a news item you’d like us to consider for next Wednesday’s edition? Tweet us @Getting_Smart using #innov8 or to email [email protected] with “Innov8” in the subject line. For more ideas on what type of stories we run, check out the full Innov8 series on our blog.

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