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Moving from digital citizenship to digital leadership
An award-winning media specialist empowers students to take control of their own learning and online behavior | These 6 tips will help you get the most out of edtech conferences
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An award-winning media specialist empowers students to take control of their own learning and online behavior | These 6 tips will help you get the most out of edtech conferences
4 great ways to address home-school communications
Here's how four school districts keep families informed and engaged| PD was out of touch in our district, so we charted a new path that uses a blended model
6 reasons we broke free from traditional PD
Here's how four school districts keep families informed and engaged| PD was out of touch in our district, so we charted a new path that uses a blended model
5 tips for getting over your #edtech fears to engage and empower students
We hope our students will make the world a better place. Why let our fears stand in the way of that?
From the Vault
5 ways to apply Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to edtech for better outcomes
As schools look to modernize teaching and personalize learning, a student-centered approach to implementations through Maslow's theory could lead to better outcomes.
There’s an emotional side of edtech—and it’s affecting school innovation
Change management expert Rob Evans discusses how to understand the human side of integrating change in schools and manage the loss of control.
How next-generation learning supports every student
At 3 innovative Colorado districts, students are helping to hire new teachers, developing social-emotional learning skills, and more
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