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New analytics could help measure content efficacy

Learning analytics have become a key feature within many school software programs. Most of these tools focus on analyzing student performance—but what if educators had tools that could measure the…

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Video-game industry gender gap persists

With computer clicks and keystrokes, Carmela DeNero can put the spiral into a Peyton Manning pass, the speed into Adrian Peterson's touchdown run and the roar into a stadium crowd. An…

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Transforming learning with physical spaces

School leaders implement new technology initiatives and update teaching and learning goals regularly, but sometimes, the actual physical learning spaces in districts are overlooked. Today, more and more research points to…

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What’s behind ‘bad’ math skills?

Ask any student what subject they enjoy least, and there's a good chance they'll choose math. But as STEM skills, including math, become more important, efforts are underway to change…

Opinion
What keeps girls from pursuing STEM fields

Every student who has returned to school this fall should have the opportunity to prepare for the rapidly growing job opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math--also known as the…

How-to
Key strategies for tablet success

It seems tablets are in more classrooms, in more districts, each day. But as experience shows, simply purchasing and distributing tablets doesn't mean students will be more engaged with their…

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7 resources for student collaboration

Collaboration is increasingly emerging as one of today's top skills. Part of the 4Cs, it is needed in K-12 classrooms, in higher education, and in the workforce. Students who leverage…

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Four research tools for project-based learning

Here are reviews of four high-quality digital tools that can help with project-based learning, courtesy of Common Sense Media and its new Graphite service--a free database of teacher-written reviews of…

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5 steps to a problem-solving classroom culture

Problem solving is one of today’s top skills—and the math classroom is one of the best places to help students build these skills.…

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10 ways to pursue digital equity with collaborative leadership

Despite all of the impact of technology in our schools, there is an unfortunate reality: not all students have the same access to digital technologies – especially at home. We…