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Bringing the Four Principles Together

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Mind, Brain, and Education (MBE), recognized as the 2007 Best New Journal in the Social Sciences & Humanities by the… Read More »

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CHOICE Academy

CHOICE is a unique school of about 50 students in grades 7 through 12, offering core academics in a way… Read More »

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SAM Animation

SAM Animation is user-friendly software designed specifically for K-12 students and teachers, allowing for quick and easy creation of stop-motion… Read More »

Black Male Student Success in Higher Education, a Report from the National Black Male College Achievement Study, moves beyond deficit… Read More »

Expeditionary Learning schools inspire the motivation to learn, engage teachers, and students in new levels of focus and effort, and… Read More »

Big Picture Learning’s mission is to lead vital changes in education, both in the United States and internationally, by generating… Read More »

The Harlem Children’s Zone in New York City represents a recent example of a comprehensive effort to support academic success… Read More »

Example of an exhibition. project-oriented evaluations that include critiques by outside experts are among the innovations at New York City’s… Read More »

Martin Haberman’s “Pedagogy of Poverty versus Good Teaching” challenges educators to think differently about the “core functions of urban teaching”.… Read More »

Research paper by: Geraldine O’Neill and Tim McMahon, University College Dublin The term student-centred learning is widely used in the teaching and… Read More »

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