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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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Resources to help teachers explain 9/11

Quiz: Which country has the largest Muslim population? 1) Saudi Arabia 2) Indonesia 3) Egypt 4) Iraq If you guessed Indonesia, a non-Arab Asian country, you are correct!…

Opinion
How can we engage all learners? Let students play

When students are put in an environment in which they can learn their own way without fear, they become lifelong independent learners.…

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New discount method could help—or hurt—eRate applicants

The FCC’s new eRate rules include important changes in how school districts must calculate their discount percentage. Some districts stand to benefit from these changes, while others could see their…

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How do students feel about going mobile?

"Mobile learning" is one of the most commonly-heard phrases in education today, and research continually reinforces the fact that this learning approach has a positive impact on students. Ninety percent of…

Digital Issue Article
How to link Minecraft and math

As gaming gains steam and loses its stigma in the wake of educators who champion its engaging nature, more teachers are incorporating the strategy into their instruction.…

How-to
5 things you can do right now to prepare for Common Core assessments

Helping your students become ready for deeper skills assessment isn't as hard as you think; here are five places to start.…

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Top predictions for tomorrow’s classrooms

Classrooms are changing–how might tech shape the classroom of the future? Given the fast pace with which technology evolves, it’s not entirely a huge stretch to say that a new…

8 simple tools for creating engaging infographics

Human beings are visual and adept at identifying patterns and trends quickly. Infographics can aid our understanding of otherwise dense, multifaceted, or complicated material.…

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New technologies aim to help personalize instruction

As more school leaders recognize technology’s potential to help personalize instruction, ed-tech providers are developing products that can quickly zero in on a student’s unique learning needs and deliver lessons…