Monthly Archives: August 2013

Cool Tool | Bloomboard

This year, over 100,000 educators across more than 30 states will use BloomBoard, a platform designed to support educator coaching, feedback, and development. Teachers can develop individualized learning plans based on both self-directed and recommended professional development and goals for … Continue reading

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Lose the Pen

Amidst a digital shift, innovators and educators must rethink course materials. GUEST COLUMN | by Sieva Kozinsky If I tell you there’s a practical problem with education content, you might think: “Ah yes, another piece about the price of textbooks … Continue reading

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Picture This

An expert’s take on the future of video in education. GUEST COLUMN | by Sean Brown Is the knowledge shared in your classroom important? Your students think so, and you should, too. Student demand for academic video is growing at … Continue reading

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A Collaboration Catalyst

Thought leader Steven Paine discusses 21st century skills and an action agenda.   INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero P21’s overall agenda of advocating for 21st century learning competencies being embedded in the core subjects has really come of age, says … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Think Through Math

This web-based solution provides comprehensive math instruction for students in grades 3 through Algebra 1, and was developed by teachers and technologists to help students prepare for Common Core State Standards and accelerate to grade level. Think Through Math (TTM) … Continue reading

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