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Educational Technology: What Can You Do Differently Now?

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I just read an article from 1983 that provided a clear plan for how we should be evaluating new educational technology. Good grief… thirty years ago. Continue reading

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How do you make schools better without spending more money?

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John Fallon explains how the key to making schools better is by having everyone share their knowledge of what’s working well inside the system. Continue reading

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PATL: A Collaborative Opportunity to Research Teaching and Learning as a System

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A new research project within the Network addresses Personalized Assessment, Teaching, and Learning for the 21st century. Continue reading

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Beyond technology: teachers, students and social learning

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Shilpi Niyogi discusses the impact of using technology to teach and learn and how it has and hasn’t changed social learning for teachers and students. Continue reading

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Doing All She Can to Give Her Students Access to Learning Resources in the Summer

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As an elementary school teacher, Kathy Powers saw the summer slump become a noticeable gap in learning as early as post-kindergarten, primarily for students from lower-income households where summer learning opportunities were lacking. Continue reading

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Teacher Research is Just Good Teaching

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Jennifer Kobrin delves deep into why teachers and researchers should join together to have meaningful impacts on teaching and learning. Continue reading

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Countering Summer Learning Loss

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Steve Ferrara discusses ways to counter summer learning loss and how creating a social marketing campaign can help solve the problem. Continue reading

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A Few Comments About…Comment Codes

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If comment codes are directly tied to ways in which research tells us that students develop a particular knowledge, skill or attribute, they could be rich tool for teachers. Continue reading

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Four Ways to Keep Your Kids Engaged During the Summer

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Josh Parker, Maryland state teacher of the year, gives advice on how to keep kids engaged during the summer to avoid summer learning loss. Continue reading

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Alternate Reality Learning Experience Expert Interviews: Gretchen Bartelson

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Learning through games should be an integral part of all education, but teachers/instructors are still overwhelmed by creating games. Continue reading

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