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Rachelle Dene Poth

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Rachelle Dene Poth is a Foreign Language and STEAM Teacher at Riverview Junior/Senior High in Oakmont, PA. Follow her on Twitter at @rdene915

8 Virtual Reality Tools to Go Around the World

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VR field trips let students explore the world and build global knowledge. VR tools also help foster student engagement and active learning.

Exploring the World From Our Classroom

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Promoting global collaboration is important to help our students develop skills for the future and to enhance their cultural awareness. There are a lot of digital tools are resources that facilitate these collaborations faster than ever before.

Curating Content for Classrooms, Families and Students

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Digital tools that offer more than one purpose can help to streamline the workflow for teachers but also offer multiple options for students to do more with the content. Learn how to use Wakelet to go beyond content curation.
5 Ideas for Learning About Digital Citizenship

5 Ideas for Learning About Digital Citizenship

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With the start of a new school year and Digital Citizenship Week coming up in mid-October, it's a great time to explore resources for teaching about digital citizenship. Read about five different resources for exploring the topic and creating learning activities for students.

Metacognition and Why it Matters in Education

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What is metacognition and why does it matter in education? Discover ways to promote metacognition in learning.

5 Ways to Build Collaborative Learning Skills In and Out of the Classroom

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Finding ways to help students build collaboration skills in the classroom is important for preparing them for the future of work and learning. Here are five ways to open up more opportunities for students to collaborate in and out of the classroom.

How Can We Prepare K-12 Students for the Future?

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By: Rachelle Dene Poth. Ideas to get started with experiential learning and new ways to prepare students for the future through real-world opportunities.

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