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Teach, Love, and Learn!

IN CLOSE WITH | Katie Gutowski An ELA/ELL Specialist for the Colonial School District in New Castle, Delaware, Katie Gutowski shares her personal insight about being an educational leader and the current and future state of education technology in the classroom. … Continue reading

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About Those $100,000 Jobs

To get students engaged in Computer Science, one teacher says, make learning to code as easy as playing a game. GUEST COLUMN | By Matt Mueller Teaching students how to code software is one of the most valuable skills a school can … Continue reading

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The Tech-Empowered Teacher

Using tools to bring out the scholar and artist within. GUEST COLUMN | by Mike Saenz Teacher turnover is high. There are teacher shortages in the United States. Teachers everywhere complain of being overworked and clamor that they are overburdened … Continue reading

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Deeper Learning with Technology

Three classroom tips to prepare high school students for the future. GUEST COLUMN | by Kevin Zahner We hear it often. Employers want college graduates with critical thinking skills, and colleges want students to have developed these skills before they … Continue reading

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A Digital Diet

A teacher’s perspective on how edtech is leading to more effective instruction time. GUEST COLUMN | by Steve Beard Incorporating digital resources and various forms of edtech into classrooms is expanding education and inspiring minds. In my own experience, edtech has … Continue reading

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