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    Blended Learning

    Lately I’ve been reading about microlearning or bite-sized learning for students in the classroom. Microlearning in the K-12 classroom is characterized by the use of small, focused lessons that are ...

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    The days of teachers being the sole audience or receiver of student work are long gone… well at least they should be. Authentic learning goes far beyond the four walls of the classroom and is much ...

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    Are We Silencing Critical Thinking?

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    Are we silencing critical thinking in our classrooms? Critical thinking enables us to think deeply about something, using our brains to peel back the layers of what’s in front of us. Critical ...

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    During a recent car ride to New York, I sat in the passenger’s seat while the driver kicked the speed up several notches out of my comfort zone, to better accommodate our time schedule. After ...

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    We’re at a pivotal moment of change in education where we can recalibrate and reimagine what education can mean for Black, Brown, and White students. Now more than ever, we are aware that the way we ...

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    “I want my students to be more independent” and “I want my students to develop more intrinsic motivation.” These are comments I’m hearing from teachers across the country regardless of the model of ...

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    As we moved quickly online last spring, teaching math in the online environment was a scary idea to me. I remember panicking over not having my in-class resources such as my whiteboards, document ...

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    At the start of remote learning in the spring, my district was delayed in announcing its official plan because of the need to distribute adequate technology.  During this delay, a colleague and I ...

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    If you’re one of the many teachers entering into an unprecedented hybrid learning environment, I am sure this question is top of your mind. For teachers coming out of a remote learning setting, it ...

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    Since March, we have been in a whirlwind of system-wide disruptions. Schools and workspaces shut down suddenly, causing our daily lives to transition in many ways to live “stream” and our ...

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    The world was different just three months ago.  As educators, we did what we always do: we stepped up and met the challenges in front of us to meet the needs of our students. It wasn’t easy and many ...

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    As a millennial, living now in a 21st century world, I feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to work in various capacities at several companies throughout my young career.  Each has taught me ...

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