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Teaching Up: A Model for Reaching All Students

In this resource, you will discover the Teaching Up model designed by Carol Ann Tomlinson and Edwin Lou Javius.  Their concept of teaching for...

Designing Spaces for Learning

What does it look like when you design the classroom and student spaces to amplify learning?  See how Elizabeth Forward Schools energized the...

An Introduction to Technology Integration

Why technology?  Students of today are learning, collaborating, and producing using digital tools.  Learning is being connected and...

Class of the Future: A Student-Created Video Showcase

Can you imagine what the classroom will look like in the near future?  A team of students from the Class of 2015 created and produced a video to...

ISTE Standards for Students

In 2016, the International Society of Technology Educators (ISTE) unveiled the new technology standards for students.  These new standards are...

Ken Robinson: The Art of Teaching

In this short interview with Sir Ken Robinson, he makes it clear how important it is for teachers to view their work as "an art."  He speaks to...

Moonshot Thinking: Solve for X

Google X is a hub of "moonshot" thinking.  There isn't a problem too big or too audacious that can't be solved when you approach it with a...

ESSA: Every Student Succeeds Act Explained

In 2016 the government dismantled the No Child Left Behind laws that governed education in this country and replaced it with the newly fitted Every...

New Tools, New Thinking

It isn't enough to use new technology tools in the classroom.  Marc Prensky argues that we must also change the way we think about education before...

Why We Need Authentic Assessment

Helping our students gain skills to thrive in a collaborative and changing future is a common goal of any great teacher or parent.  In this blog...

Making Time for Your PLN

Whatever medium and outlet your personal learning network (PLN) takes, you have to set aside time to keep it going.  In this blog post from...