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    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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    At first glance, the release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT in the midst of the 2022 holiday season could hardly be counted among the items likely to be on a teacher’s wish list. It’s hard to imagine joy at ...

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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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    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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    As a mom of three kids and a professional working in the education innovation field, this has been an intensely challenging year. While we engage in many conversations about what we lost during this ...

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    Our team at LINC is working with educators across the globe on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reimagine education, enabling all learners to meet their full potential. This collaborative team ...

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    Reinventing Rubrics

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    People that know me, know that I have a tendency to rant. There are various topics, that when mentioned, send me down the path of a rant of no return. The subject of rubrics is one of those topics. ...

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    How can we group our students more effectively?

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    When I first stepped into a leadership role within a school where I had been a teacher, I made several mistakes. Innovation was at the center of my vision for the school’s path forward and I saw a ...

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    Tailoring learning for each student’s strengths, needs and interests–including enabling student voice and choice in what, how, when and where they learn–to provide flexibility and supports to ensure ...

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    Depending on which futurist you ask, we stand to lose between 38%-50% of today’s jobs to automation over the next 20 years. The jobs predicted to fall to automation include those which are ...

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