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Why You Need ‘The Blender’ to Engage Your Students

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‘The Blender’ interactive learning structure is designed to foster engaged learning by adding the main ingredient needed for students to express their creativity: opportunity.

The 3 Preconditions of PBL

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The lure of the classroom is a monthly series chronicling the author’s decision to go from classroom to boardroom and back again. In this third edition, he focuses on the preconditions for doing high-quality PBL.

Podcast: Dan Condon on Eagle Rock School and PD Center

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Today we talk to Dan Condon, the Associate Director of Professional at Eagle Rock School about community-connected project-based learning.

Solving Interesting Problems With an Entrepreneurial Mindset

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By: Mason Pashia. As the workplace continues to shift, leadership and agility are becoming necessary for all members of a team. An entrepreneurial mindset consists of many of the most useful skills for the future. And no, it doesn’t mean starting your own company.

Playing With Purpose: Using Games to Enrich Learning & Engage Students

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The Getting Smart staff explores how Curriculum Associates recently announced new Learning Games focused on creating a more engaging, accessible and motivating experience for students.

5 Ways to Build Collaborative Learning Skills In and Out of the Classroom

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Finding ways to help students build collaboration skills in the classroom is important for preparing them for the future of work and learning. Here are five ways to open up more opportunities for students to collaborate in and out of the classroom.

How Can We Prepare K-12 Students for the Future?

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By: Rachelle Dene Poth. Ideas to get started with experiential learning and new ways to prepare students for the future through real-world opportunities.

Future Trend: Designing Schools for How Humans Learn

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Schools should not only prepare students for active participation in a networked, global economy, but also for lifelong learning. To do this, there are five critical concepts when planning instruction design for the future to consider.

Five Learner-Centered Opportunities in Oakland

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A look at our recent visit to Bay Area organizations that are creating meaningful learning experiences and connections for their youth.

5 Ways PBL Facilitates Lifelong Learning

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Our ability to continually and effectively learn, as independently as possible, will determine our future success in the global economy as much as anything. Project-based learning fosters this lifelong learning mindset in students that will carry them forward for their future careers.

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