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We asked over 5,000 teachers in India…

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After going out to over 240 schools and hearing from over 5,000 teachers in India, Pearson now has a clear picture for the changes schools need to make. Continue reading

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7 blogs you missed on Teachability

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Teachability, a web-based community for teachers, is full of relatable and useful blog posts from teachers that cover a variety of topics. Continue reading

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Cracking the literacy code together

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Around 800 million people worldwide are illiterate. To try and decrease this statistic, Pearson launched an important initiative called Project Literacy. Continue reading

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Integrating Information From Multiple Digital Activities

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How do we combine data from a variety of activities to make judgments about standards mastery? Continue reading

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Keys to School Improvement: #4 We Need Everyone

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This is the final blog in a four-part series focused on keys to school improvement. Each week in September we have featured one of the key themes that characterized collaborative work between researchers and educators during several extended research projects I previously highlighted. Continue reading

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Teacher Tech Feature: Nikki Christiansen

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As part of our Teaching in a Digital Age study, we profiled nominated teachers, like Nikki Christiansen, on their use of technology in their classrooms. Continue reading

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Adrian’s Opportunity

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When I first got the call from Pearson that they would like me to join them in their communications team, I was simply ecstatic. Now, several months and a move to Iowa later, I am well under way juggling my new internship with school life, a part-time job, being editor-in-chief of a national publication, and being a committed member of two school organizations. The busyness of opportunity! Continue reading

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Three theories on why technology-facilitated access to more resources is good for students

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The benefits of increased student access to more digital learning resources are supported by three formal theories and philosophies of learning. Continue reading

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Keys to School Improvement: #3 Successful Action

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hen a group of people first set to work on a joint problem, they may not like or know each other very well. They may not even agree on the means by which they will pursue a solution. However, once a common goal is set and milestones of success are agreed upon, a process begins that can yield not only important gains toward problem resolution, but a collective and positive outcome. Continue reading

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Beyond the Digital Zombie Stereotype: Three Tips for Empowering Student Agency and Decision-Making

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Teachers are empowering students to decide what they learn, how they learn and how they demonstrate understanding making them agents to their own education. Continue reading

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