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Cool Tool | Gradeable

These days, teachers are being asked to do so much more — use “good data” to create lessons, grade tests within 24 hours, and of course, there’s teaching as well. Grading wasn’t easy in the first place, but now it … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | SupplyChaser

A new website that allows teachers to create and share supply lists, SupplyChaser is free and allows teachers to reuse and refine their lists from year to year. Teachers are given a unique link for each list so they can … Continue reading

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Less Paper, More Power

Reducing paper in the classroom can increase educator efficiency. GUEST COLUMN | by Laura Thrasher Many educators find that technology can help them teach in new and effective ways, but some inefficiencies remain. Even if you do your best to … Continue reading

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Smarter Reading

Changing the way kids read — and how teachers create, share and teach. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero After spending the decade before founding Curriculet as the founder and principal of two KIPP schools, there were two major problems Jason … Continue reading

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Going on a TeachQuest

Greg Shrader tailors a helpful path for educators. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero “We originally created TeachQuest as a means to create a community among the teachers who graduated from the teacher certification programs offered through the National Teacher Education … Continue reading

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