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Greg Garner is a Digital Innovation Coach for the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation in Raleigh, NC. While much of his work is focused on leadership and capacity building, Greg cares deeply about kids' education and is relentless in doing everything he can to improve their learning opportunities. He is passionate about pedagogy, innovation, and technology. Connect with him on Twitter: @classroom_tech.

2015 Edu-Resolutions, Behavior Change, and Idealism

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Resolutions aren’t about idealistic goals that you have no intention of keeping. It's about behavior change. It’s about completely altering the way you choose to make a difference and then making the monthly, weekly, or daily decisions to act.

Coding in the Classroom: So Much More Than An Hour

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Teaching students to code today very well could mean the need to completely re-think the way we’ve done education. And it’s about time.

Coding in the Classroom: So Much More Than an Hour

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Teaching students to code today very well could mean the need to completely re-think the way we’ve done education. And it’s about time.

The Student Bill of Rights: Add Your Amendment

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What are the inalienable rights that every educator should ensure for their students? Teacher Blogger Greg Garner explores five rights while asking for readers to contribute.

So You’re Already a Connected Educator… Now What?

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You can completely transform learning for your students by sharing ideas or connecting with other classrooms around the world. Check out these 5 things to focus on once you have taken the plunge to becoming a connected educator.

..But What Are They Learning? 3 Tips for Deeper Learning

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As we look at the start of fall, it is a great time to refocus our energies. When we worry that students aren't learning, we come up with reactive solutions, but how can we get in front of these issues? How can we move from planning activities, to planning learning?

Is America ‘Post-Education’?

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Education today doesn’t look anything like it used to. We can argue if that’s good or bad, but all that matters is that we are able to use education to serve the purposes it has been established for, changing though they may be. I propose that we are a nation attempting to rewrite the subscript of the very purpose of our educational system.