Tag Archives: project-based learning

Lounge Lessons

Clearing up persistent teacher misconceptions on blended learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Juliana Finegan Having taught high school and middle school for almost ten years, I still have many friends who are educators and administrators throughout the country. Recently I visited … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | TCI Econ Alive! The Power to Choose

Twenty-five years ago, a group of teachers formed K-12 publisher TCI, based on the principle that the more students are actively engaged, the more they will learn. TCI’s latest offering is Econ Alive! The Power to Choose – a comprehensive, semester-long … Continue reading

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Twisting Fate

An influential music and entertainment exec with a bright view brings lessons to education. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Named one of Fast Company’s Most Influential Women in Technology (2010), Julie was most recently one of the founding members of … Continue reading

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Maker Movement

The coolest way to add project-based learning to your classroom or club. GUEST COLUMN| by Sandeep Hiremath Fire-breathing robots, LED light shows, and drone battles. This was the scene at the 2015 Bay Area Maker Faire. The faire is the … Continue reading

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No Wonder

Using technology to support classroom creativity GUEST COLUMN| by Micheál Heffernan To children, everything is a wonder. Their roving curiosity leaves them free to approach the world without judgement or preconception, which makes them naturally innovative, enthusiastic and resourceful learners. … Continue reading

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