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Dr. Justin Aglio has served as a teacher and award-winning principal, and is now the Director of Academic Achievement and District Innovation at Montour School District in Pennsylvania. In addition to his duties at Montour, he also serves as a Visiting LearnLab Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute in the School of Computer Science. You can connect with him on Twitter: @JustinAglio.

Where the STEM Workforce is Headed and What Society Must Do to Get There

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By: J. Aglio et al. Our STEM education needs to keep pace to avoid an increasingly growing shortage of STEM workers. Six tips to help prepare your students.

How a STEAM-Integrated Environment is the Classroom Makeover You Really Need

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By: J. Aglio et al. STEAM integration can foster a love for lifelong learning. That's why educators should upgrade their curriculum with STEAM. Here's how.

Smart Review: Google AI Experiments

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By: L. Aglio et al. Google AI Experiments are playful AI learning experiences that educators can easily use in their classrooms. We tested eight.  

Exploring the Future of Education through Neuroscience, EdTech and Literacy

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Neuroscience researchers, education technology experts and literacy experts recently converged to discuss the Future of Education at the AIM IGNITE event.

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.

AI4ALL: Learning in Beta

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Eleven students from the Montour School District recently participated in an intro to AI workshop using AI4ALL’s Open Learning program, a free platform designed to teach students to build their own AI project for social good.

Dear Novice Teacher, Let’s Talk Data

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By: Dr. Justin Aglio and Anna Myers. Justin and Anna discuss how to help all educators, specifically novice teachers, understand the importance and significance of data in education.

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