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Project-based learning moves into classrooms

When it comes to classrooms today, students want more than the lectures and quiet classrooms of the past. They want technology to use as learning tools, they want to collaborate,…

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6 ways to improve dropout prevention efforts

Bob Darby, a former educator and district superintendent, shares six critical dropout prevention strategies.…

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CTE sheds its stigma

Career and technical education (CTE) or vocational education: either term used to stir up negative images of students without ambition. But those misplaced reputations are disappearing. CTE has established itself…

How-to
Seven keys to deploying tablets successfully

Marc Fanaroff, a special education administrator for more than 30 years, shares his advice on successfully deploying tablets in schools.…

How-to
5 key steps to safeguarding student data

As uses of student data continue to expand, districts must be prepared to protect this information and ensure it's only used for its indented purpose: to help students succeed. Here…

Opinion
Why BYOT should begin in elementary school

Usually, districts adopting BYOT programs initiate them at the high school level and allow them to trickle down to the junior high or middle school level. But why make students…

Digital Issue Article
5 Common Core priorities for the school year

As schools gear up to dive back into learning, states that have adopted the Common Core State Standards are outlining their priorities and are identifying their top goals for the…

5 must-have tools to hire and develop effective teachers

David Schuler, superintendent of High School District 214, shares five must-have tools to hire and develop effective teachers.…

Opinion
It’s called blended learning (not blended teaching) for a reason

Many educators now accept the need to provide course materials online in a Learning Management System (LMS). However, this is only part of the solution as we move toward blended…

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W.Va. moves to personalized learning

Education leaders in West Virginia are moving forward with an ambitious plan to bring personalized learning to students in a statewide effort under an initiative called Project 24. Project 24, which…

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