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Forget Replication, Transforming Learning is About Remixing

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Education “reform” has earned a reputation as something that is faddish, top-down, and short term. What would happen if we fell out of love with buzzwords and invested in connecting educators to learn, imagine, and create together? With the Transforming Learning Collaborative, we’re going to find out.

Teaching AI: Exploring New Frontiers for Learning

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Inspired by the growing popularity of AI in pop culture and media, as well as more adaptive learning programs being released, Michelle Zimmerman realized change was coming for both what and how young people should learn and set out to write "Teaching AI: Exploring New Frontiers for Learning".

Nine Faculty Trends to Watch in 2019

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By: Eran Ben-Ari. In 2018 higher education’s attention was on student activism, debates about safe spaces, and the regulation of for-profit colleges. Faculty members were at the center of many of those conversations and Eran Ben-Ari, Top Hat’s Chief Product Officer, expects they will continue to be the hub of many of the trends emerging in 2019. To peek ahead, he presents nine faculty trends to watch in the coming year.

10 Ways to Scale Nonprofit Impact

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This updated blog discusses the challenge of bringing a nonprofit to scale, and provides 10 tips on how to expand impact based on two decades of work with over 400 nonprofits.

3 Lessons from Curriculum Associates’ Explosive Growth

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In a seemingly endless sea of edtech companies, learn how one has seen its revenues grow nearly 1,000 percent in the last 10 years to nearly $260 million.

Looking Back: Versatile Tools That Made a Difference

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As part of her yearly practice, and ongoing reflection, Rachelle Dene Poth likes to look back over the year and the changes that she have made in her class, the tools used and what helped her to provide a more diverse and engaging learning experience for my students.

Mid-Year Reflections, Redos, Reboots and Restarts

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It’s December now and we’re focused a lot on finishing strong before our breaks. Facilitators and learners need that winter break. But what will be different in January when we all return? Anything? A new calendar could mean a lot of new things. Let’s not it just be a new number. When students return in January, what is their learning going to look like, feel like and ultimately be like? Mid-year is the perfect time for a whole new year.

Why Experiential Education?

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To contribute now and in the future, young people deserve experiential learning--community connected challenges that build agency and collaboration, that cross disciplines and result in public products that make real contributions. Here's why experiential learning matters and five primary benefits.

Why Schools Should Bridge the Generational Divide

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By: Julia Freeland Fisher. Julia reviews the lessons about bridging the generation gap in Marc Freeman's book, " How to Live Forever."

What Game Are You Playing: Improvement or Innovation?

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Improvement and innovation have different rules, expectations, and risks. The key is knowing which game you’re playing but getting the balance right between fostering innovation and fighting for equity may be the challenge of our time.