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Rethinking STEM Preparation from Educator to Student

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By: Kellie Lauth and Melissa Risteff. Kellie and Melissa discuss rethinking STEM and Computer Science (CS) preparation to keep pace with economic demands and industry needs.

Using Mastery Data to Measure Growth in Student Learning

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By: Scott Ellis. Mastery learning offers the potential to provide this incredibly valuable data at scale and in real-time so it can be used by educators in their efforts to continuously improve their ability to support students.

8 Organizations Powering Positive Change in New Orleans

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The transformation of New Orleans to a system of charter schools has been a city- and community-supported effort designed around three principles: educator run schools, parent choice, and public oversight.

3 School Innovation Insights that Challenge Common Assumptions

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By: Chelsea Waite. Chelsea discusses the launch of the Christensen Institute's new Canopy project and three innovation takeaways that may challenge your assumptions.

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.

Pulling It All Together: Examples of Integrating the 5 Elements of Mastery Learning

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By: Scott Ellis. MasteryTrack has been implemented in a wide range of subjects. These mini case studies show the 5 elements of mastery learning in action.

Is the Transition to Flexible Spaces That Challenging?

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By: Andrew Miller. Middle school teachers at Singapore American School share what they have learned as they have transitioned to flexible spaces and seating as part of their work towards personalized learning with flexible learning environments.

Next-Gen Career Prep at St. Vrain Innovation Center

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Tom visits the Innovation Center, part of St. Vrain Valley School District, where the students study how drones can support cybersecurity, robotics assist with biotechnology, and engineering in infused in entrepreneurship.

Service Learning: Designed to Motivate and Inspire

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By: Liz Pitofsky Part of the thrill of facilitating The Service Learning Project (SLP) is seeing the incredibly positive impact on youth of all ages, and there are consistent trends: Students are excited to participate in, but even more so to lead, the process. They are passionate about working together to help solve a social problem…

What I Learned When I Studied Six Chicago Schools Transforming to Personalized Learning Environments

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By: Rich Halverson. Much was learned after an in-depth study on how personalized learning was implemented in six urban schools partnered with LEAP Innovations.

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