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Michael Niehoff is a Getting Smart Columnist. He is a teacher, leader, blogger, and student advocate. Connect with him on Twitter: @mwniehoff

4 Tiers Of Showcasing Student Work

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The more we showcase student work - exhibitions, other events, digital spaces, and entering contests - the more students care about producing high-quality work.

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals Could Be Our Standards

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International Educator and Thought Leader Nicholas Martino is advocating that we could use the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a framework for teaching and learning.

Q&A with Author, Educator Matt Miller on ‘Ditch That Textbook’ and ‘Ditch That Homework”

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By: Michael Niehoff. Michael interviews Matt Miller about this second book 'Ditch That Textbook'.
Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash

4 Ways to Flip School Culture

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Many have acknowledged that culture drives learning. Therefore, in order to truly ‘flip’ our classrooms, we need to turn our traditional school cultures, environments and approaches literally upside down.
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WorldOver International Handcrafts Uniques Experiences for Global Learners

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WorldOver International is creating a craft learning experience for global learners focused on artisanal courses, social responsibility, advanced technologies, languages, high levels of support and unique learning adventures.
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‘Imagine Project’ Turns Trauma into Strength, Empathy and Sense of Community

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The Imagine Project is a seven-step journaling process that provides young people a simple way to express their stress and/or trauma, as well as be encouraged to imagine a new story for themselves.
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Play, Play-Based Learning Important Now More Than Ever

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Distance learning, smart technology and overscheduling are creating a need to embrace the developmental benefits of play and play-based learning now more than ever.

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