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How to Create a School Culture of Effective Data Use
Thursday, December 7, 2017
How to Create a School Culture of Data Use

The educational technology revolution has given an enormous boost to data-driven instruction. With new teaching tools and assessment software being developed all the time, educators can gather almost limitless information about their students' needs, skills, and progress. However, adapting teaching practices to this rapidly changing world of data use can...

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Efficacy in Educational Technology: Guidelines for Evaluating What Really Works
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Efficacy in Educational Technology: Evaluatating What Really Works

Many educators know the struggle of helping students identify reliable sources of information. At a time when virtually any information can be found online—whether true or not—seeking out verified, credible sources can feel like a Herculean task. Literacy educators in particular work hard to help their students pinpoint reliable and...

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Collaborative Learning: A Natural Fit for Adolescents
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Collaborative Learning: A Natural Fit for Adolescents

Collaborative learning is an approach to education built around interactive, dynamic classrooms and the theory that students learn better when they learn together. Research around the attributes and benefits of collaborative learning has fallen in and out of favor for at least the last 100 years, and the technique has...

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