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Data-driven SEL: How It Can Help Meet Your Students’ Needs

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By: Matt Smith and Travita Godfrey. Texas’s Humble ISD uses a data-driven, district-wide approach to SEL programming and intervention strategies to develop SEL competencies and help ensure students get the support they need.

End of the Test Doesn’t Mean End of Data

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The traditional testing environment may not currently exist but Tom Vander Ark outlines other ways of drawing actionable insights.

Smart Review: Better Voice Recognition with SoapBox Labs

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Rachelle Dene Poth discusses SoapBox Labs with Founder and CEO Dr. Patricia Scanlon in the latest Smart Review.

15 AR and VR Immersive Learning Tools

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An overview of tools and technologies that help educators get started with AR and VR immersive learning in the classroom.

Choosing the Right Tools for Remote Learning

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These online learning tools have wide applicability to different grade levels and content areas to help shift to remote learning with ease.

How Hands-On Robotics Brings Science Lessons to Life

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By: Katie Blagden and Barb Tennyson. Incorporating coding and engineering into earth and life science lessons engage students and inspires them to show their learning.

Focusing on Data That Matters: The Plainview Story

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By partnering with a university and studying data from several sources including Curriculum Associates' i-Ready, Texas's Plainview Independent School District performed an equity audit and developed an action plan to focus first and foremost on improving instruction and classroom dynamics.

Fostering Connectedness During Remote Learning

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Staying connected is key during remote learning. Educators and families can utilize these digital tools to keep communication flowing.

Competency Tracking Tools Are Overdue

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It’s time for modern solutions for schools trying to develop the 2030 workforce.

The Learning Must Go On

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How even the coronavirus couldn’t stop agile Asian schools from functioning. With robust learning systems in place, it’s ‘business as usual.’

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