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Going to Camp: 9 Virtual Summer Camp Options

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares resources to enroll students in virtual summer camps.

Preparing for the Future: Career and College Ready

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares resources for supporting students as they explore careers and prepare for the future after high school.

A Reflection: Many Best Practices Transcend School Walls

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With the move to remote learning, many best practices in education transcend the migration of the physical classroom to the virtual environment.

7 Options for Exploring Creative Arts for Remote Learning

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares resources for exploring the arts during remote learning.

The Difference Between Grades and Feedback Has Never Been More Clear

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David Ross, formerly the Senior Director for the Buck Institute for Education and CEO of the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, continues a monthly series chronicling his decision to go from classroom to boardroom and back again. In this edition, he focuses on the rich resources and deep challenges of teaching during the time of coronavirus.

Growing to New Horizons: The Environmental Charter School Reflects on Change

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By: Deana Callipare. COVID-19 has forced schools across the country to convert to online learning and Environmental Charter School, ECS, has a unique challenge due to its PBL model to rethink learning.

Future Ready: The New Version of School

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School leaders have about 90 days to get future ready. For many, it will require four infrastructure decisions and four innovation decisions.

Communicating with Your Teacher Will Never Be the Same

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The way students and parents communicate with teachers will likely never be the same once schools re-open. Apps like Remind are making it easier to communicate whether learning is happening in-person or online.

When Humans, Not Systems, Run Schools

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By: Andy Calkins. Andy discusses how the districts in NGLC's change management project have transitioned to home-based learning with rapid design of new systems and communication.

Pandemic Spike in AI Learning–and What it Means for Schools

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By: Tom Vander Ark and Rachelle Dene Poth. The tech learning space is shifting fast with big implications for high schools and colleges. It will be important to rethink delivery with blended competency-based pathways.

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