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Is the End of Standards-Based Teaching Near?

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As teachers are preparing for the new school year, the uncertainty of whether they will be conducting remote learning or not, is leaving many educators wondering if now is the time to rethink standards-based education.

Movement in a Time of Isolation: Music and Dance

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares ideas on resources for engaging students in active learning in the arts.

Microschools Meet The Moment

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The board of the nonprofit VELA announced this week a $1 million Meet the Moment grant program to grow new microschool opportunities.

Schools Need a Success Coach for Every Learner

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Success coaches are powerful resources for connection and healing and can help shepherd our student communities through this pandemic and its lasting traumas.

Rachelle Dene Poth on Charting a New Course

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This week's podcast episode is with Rachelle Dene Poth, a French, Spanish, and technology teacher and ed-tech consultant.

Building School and Classroom Community During Distance Learning

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By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. Though these current times and circumstances, leaders must use nontraditional approaches and create possibilities to connect with students deeper through distance learning.

Supporting District Change Through Learner-Centered Leadership

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By: Devin Vodicka and Tom Vander Ark. In times of uncertainty and rapid change, Devin and Tom outline a leadership style that places students at the center of your planning and re-opening work.

How Can We Make the Most of Synchronous and Asynchronous Time in Distance Learning?

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By: Katie Martin. An outline of key shifts and considerations when designing for distance learning both in synchronous and asynchronous modes.

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