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By the time they are in elementary school, most kids have already made the decision to pursue a STEM career (or not!). That’s why littleBits has partnered with the National PTA and will be offering grants to at least 20 schools to host littleBits Invention Nights. Watch this video for details.
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An elementary SmartLab facilitator and longtime tech educator shares how she keeps students on track and on task | Long gone are the days when librarians were simply the "keeper of books"
Genes are key to academic success, study shows
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Empowering superintendents to connect technology and learning
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4 ways education leaders can support better instruction
Not all teachers approach changes in teaching and learning in the same way--here's how school leaders can support educators' varying needs | Despite uncertainties around technology's impact on future jobs, most parents feel optimistic about their children's developing tech skills
Psst! Here’s how parents really feel about classroom technology
Not all teachers approach changes in teaching and learning in the same way--here's how school leaders can support educators' varying needs | Despite uncertainties around technology's impact on future jobs, most parents feel optimistic about their children's developing tech skills
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How media literacy is critical to saving our democracy
A Stanford study suggesting how easily manipulated students are online should be a wake-up call for school leaders nationwide.
5 ways to leverage UDL for student inclusivity
How UDL can be used to provide all students an equal opportunity to learn, at any grade level or subject area.
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