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Why Learner-Centered Education is the Key to Meaningful School Improvement

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By: Katie Martin and Devin Vodicka. In this article, Katie and Devin identify some of the most-broadly adopted methods developed by educators to differentiate support and improve learning design.

A Reliable Hybrid Learning Model: Cedar Rapids Schools Respond to Setbacks

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By: Eric Nentrup. Superintendent Noreen Bush and the Cedar Rapids Community School District discuss how they managed setbacks over the past year and maintained a mindset to keep moving forward.

Teaching Truth to Power

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By: Anthony Jackson. Anthony outlines ways to address systematic racism and ways to create learning environments that prioritize understanding and cooperation across cultures.

Organizing a Modern Edtech Stack for Modern Pedagogy, Part II: The LMS

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In part two of a series of investigating your edtech stack, Eric outlines how to evaluate your LMS.

Joining Clubhouse: Innovative PD for Educators

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares the new Clubhouse audio platform app and how it can be used for professional development.

Cultivating Critical Consciousness in the Classroom: 10 Counternarrative Resources

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By: Michael Kokozos & Dr. Maru Gonzalez. Michael and Maru shares resources and the importance of integrating counternarratives into the classroom.

How Systems And States Can Encourage More And Better Project-Based Learning

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States and school systems can and should support learning that inspires, engages, and empowers learners through project-based learning.

20 Invention Opportunities in Learning & Development

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We have spent the last few months surveying the 20 Invention Opportunities that we believe will positively impact learning and development for years to come. Check out the new report.

Organizing a Modern Edtech Stack for Modern Pedagogy, Part I: The SIS

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As the year is progressing, it may be time to evaluate the performance of your student information system (SIS) and how to improve upon things for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year and beyond.

The Two Most Important Things We Don’t Teach

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Climate crisis and artificial intelligence (AI) will shape the next decade. Listed are ways to ensure that students don't leave high school and college without having considered either.

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