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How to create scalable solutions to address the STEM crisis

Transforming STEM education and, as a result, the U.S. workforce, will require more than homegrown or one-off localized programs. This is a national challenge that requires scalable and sustainable solutions.…

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5 anti-bully apps you should know about

No matter what generation you grew up in it’s evident bullying always played a role in the educational system. In movies it’s usually the stereotypical character going for children’s lunch…

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Districts can provide high quality digital learning with Project 24

On Digital Learning Day 2013, The Alliance for Excellent Education, a non-profit advocacy and policy group based in Washington, DC, unveiled Project 24, a framework for Digital Learning implementation offered…

7 PD tips for your instructional technology integration plan

The role of instructional technology in the classroom has steadily increased over the past decade. These advances include the use of computers and tablets in classrooms, over 300,000 K-12 students enrolled…

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Using eLearning tools to maximize summer PD

School’s out for summer, and what better time for teachers to continue their education through professional development programs?…

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Where have all the summer reading assignments gone?

Summer: a time in a child’s life where they are no longer bound by societal rules to attend school nor do anything school related. To do so would be to…

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How can an app lead to cyberbullying?

Can’t remember the name of that great restaurant you went to last night? How many miles it is the moon? Type any question into a search engine today and you’ll…

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7 key steps in creating an online learning program

Single district online programs are the largest and fastest-growing segment of online and blended learning. There were an estimated 1,816,400 enrollments in distance-education courses in K-12 school districts in 2009-2010,…

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5 ways to teach kids about the Declaration of Independence

Having sizzling burgers during the day and watching a lit up sky at night seem to be hallmarks of celebrating the Fourth of July. But if that’s all our kids…

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4 Web 2.0 tools that keep students engaged

The world we live in is evolving at an astounding rate. Smartphones, digital tablets, and computers give us instant access to an unimaginable amount of information. We are able to communicate…