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Researcher: AI won’t replace teachers

December 11, 2017

Via: www.educationdive.com

Despite the growth of online learning and increasingly complex artificial intelligence, it’s highly unlikely that the teaching profession will be taken over by robots anytime soon. The teacher shortages in many states alone should serve as ample indication that the […]


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3 critical things to know about boosting student engagement

December 8, 2017

Via: eSchool News

Engaging high school students in learning and breaking away from the typical boredom that seems to plague so many students is a challenge–one that could be addressed differently depending on a student’s dominant mode of engagement. To figure out the […]


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Teacher specializing in differentiated learning: These are “My Tech Essentials”

September 8, 2017

Via: eSchool News

At Long Elementary in Harlingen, TX, where I teach 4th grade, more than 72 percent of our students are considered economically disadvantaged, while nearly 10 percent are English language learners, and 11 percent are special ed. When you have this mix […]


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Value of game-based learning on the rise

August 31, 2017

Via: Education Dive

More thought has been given to educational game design in recent years, boosting their utility in the classroom. Modern educational games are more engaging and align with a variety of learning standards, often presenting students with practical situations that also […]


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Open-Source Learning in Action

July 7, 2017

Via: Edutopia

As I walked to my high school classroom during first period one day, I saw a couple of our students at Tri-County Early College consulting with a local electrician to put together a prototype of a solar-panel phone charger. Later […]


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Pacesetter in Personalized Learning

July 5, 2017

Via: Education Next

How does a thermometer work? A group of 7th graders discuss their ideas. Nearby, a student named Ferdinand is modifying a swallow so the bird can survive in the video-game fantasy world he’s designed on the computer. “I’m giving it […]


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New report highlights cognitive benefits of bilingual education

June 15, 2017

Via: Education Dive

There is a wide array of research suggesting significant benefits for dual language education in schools, but schools and districts can often find difficulty in funding and recruiting talent to teach such subjects. There are many notable exceptions; last year, […]


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Learning from the Science of Learning

May 31, 2017

Via: Education Next

In Learn Better, Ulrich Boser, a senior fellow at the Washington-based Center for American Progress, takes readers on a tour of recent advances in “the science of learning,” a collection of findings from psychology, neuroscience, education, and technology. And in […]


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Wow! This inquiry-based, technology-rich school has no tech staff

May 25, 2017

Via: eSchool News

When I first became principal, I was compelled to explore all aspects of what it meant to be a 21st-century learner in an international baccalaureate context: as a global citizen, as a collaborative co-creator of knowledge, as a caring human […]


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Study Tips Backed By Science

May 23, 2017

Via: Edudemic

When we think of “studying,” we probably have similar images in mind: long, endless hours sitting in the same spot, pouring over the same material, trying almost desperately to commit it to memory. These tedious study methods are often seen […]