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Leadership for Mobile Learning: Creating a Shared Vision

Schools and districts around the country are implementing technology initiatives. However, without a coherent, shared vision for implementation, these project… Read More »

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How to Move From Digital Substitution to ‘Deeper Learning

Betsy Corcoran

This EdSurge On Air podcast features a discussion with Scott McLeod, Associate Professor of Education Leadership at the University of… Read More »

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MetaRubric Game

MIT Teaching Systems Lab

This game was designed to help teachers and future teachers learn how to design and use rubrics to assess project-based… Read More »

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Moving Toward Mastery: Growing, Developing and Sustaining Educators for Competency-Based Education

“iNACOL’s new publication, Moving Toward Mastery: Growing, Developing and Sustaining Educators for Competency-Based Education, re-envisions professional practice, learning and development… Read More »

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Student Podcast Challenge

In their first student podcast competition, National Public Radio invites students around the country to create a podcast. Students should put together a… Read More »

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Edutopia’s 2018 Research Highlights

Youki Terada

This article summarizes and provides links to important research studies from 2018. The studies are organized into a number of… Read More »

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Students Learn to Put the ‘Civil’ in Civil Discourse

Catherine Gewertz

This article looks at the efforts at Overland High School, near Denver, CO to help students learn to engage in civil… Read More »

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Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools

Digital Promise

This organization connects forward-thinking district leaders from across the country. Members work together on shared priorities, partnering with leading entrepreneurs, researchers,… Read More »

blog | December 21, 2018 | by Sarah D. Sparks

Teachers Want Education Research. The Feds Spend Millions on It. So Why Can’t It Get to the Classroom?

The initial results of the Institute of Education Sciences’ listening tour on teacher priorities highlight both an urgent need for new studies—in… Read More »

blog | December 14, 2018 | by Frank LaBanca

Promoting Productive Problem Finding

As an educator dedicated to student-centered learning principles and project-based learning, I cringe to my core when I hear a… Read More »

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