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Inspiring students to become global problem solvers
When you push students out of their comfort zone while mirroring their own passion, the imagination cultivated is nothing short of remarkable | An educator shares 5 key ingredients for success from her PD-filled summer
Recipe for back-to-school success
When you push students out of their comfort zone while mirroring their own passion, the imagination cultivated is nothing short of remarkable | An educator shares 5 key ingredients for success from her PD-filled summer
10 steps for bringing connectivity home
Here's how a large Texas district developed iConnect, an innovative program that extends district-sponsored Wi-Fi access to underserved students where they live | Here are a few ways to ensure responsibility and independence among your students
How I give my students voice & choice
Here's how a large Texas district developed iConnect, an innovative program that extends district-sponsored Wi-Fi access to underserved students where they live | Here are a few ways to ensure responsibility and independence among your students
3 ways to better assess soft skills
New survey gauges whether formal and informal assessments are painting a clear picture of students' soft skills | Seton Hall Law School’s Institute for Privacy Protection educates students and parents about privacy and technology overuse
This cool new program helps kids develop better tech habits
New survey gauges whether formal and informal assessments are painting a clear picture of students' soft skills | Seton Hall Law School’s Institute for Privacy Protection educates students and parents about privacy and technology overuse
From the Vault
How school districts are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars
In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, schools should be turning to the social media giant now more than ever—here’s why.
5 technologies to avoid in the classroom-and what to use instead
In a technology-dependent education culture, are there some technologies to avoid? And if so, why, and what are better alternatives?
14 surprising facts about educators’ social media use
A survey of 1,000 K-8 educators reveals surprising results about social media use
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