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Learning Platforms to Explore Over the Summer

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Rachelle Dene Poth explores five learning platforms which can be used to facilitate learning and enhance experiences for educators, students, and their families.

Podcast: Francisco Guajardo on the Language of Place

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In this week’s podcast, Tom is speaking with Dr. Francisco Gaujardo. Francisco is a leading voice in bilingual, biliterate, and bicultural education and a noted expert in place-based education.

Leading the Show What You Know Revolution: Digital Credentials From Credly

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With a mission is to connect people to opportunities based on their talents, Credly is leading the way by offering digital credentials that are flexible, portable and meaningful ways to communicate capabilities.

Creating Digital Equity for Students Requires Community Effort

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Both geography and socioeconomics have left millions of students and communities without access to high speed Internet, preventing them from attaining full educational and economic inclusion.

Selective Attention Span Shapes the Length of Effective Instructional Experiences

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Widely accepted claims about the decreasing attention span of learners may not be justified by current research. That research examines the nature of attention and creates new models for how we can better adapt instruction to maximize learning. Short instructional sequences such as micro-credentials and nano degrees fit into what should be a full spectrum of learning opportunities.

The Fundamentals of Formative Assessment: How to Build a Practice

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By: Abbey Gonzales and Erin Lester. When we originally recognized formative assessment as a complex practice that demands a combination of “soft” skills and content, we knew we had a challenging, but achievable path ahead of us. Here's what we learned through our practice.

10 Signs of Progress in Engineering for the Earth, Energy and Environment

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Tom reflects on his experience at the Colorado School of Mines which has since transformed into a global leader in education and research in engineering and science to solve the world’s challenges related to the earth, energy and environment.

Students Use AI Virtual Assistant to Prepare Peers for High School

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Students at David E. Williams Middle School use an AI Virtual Assistant to help students prepare for high school.

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