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Q&A: Reaching Students Where They Are With Differentiation and RTI

We spoke with Jennifer Smielewski, Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Oakland Christian School about the differences, benefits, and importance of differentiation and Response to Intervention (RTI).

Sarah Jaffer
Evolving Ed

Conquering Access to Wifi and Digital Platform Issues

A significant numbers of school-age children in America do not have access to high-speed internet at home, with further gaps evident based on ethnicity and household income. The good news is that by being aware of these issues, you can take steps to help students, families, and educators alike conquer the problem.

H. L.
Community

Q&A: The Importance of Digital Footprint & What Students Need To Know

We spoke with Sean Coffron, Instructional Technology Training Specialist at Manassas City Public Schools about digital footprint and why it's so important.

Sarah Jaffer
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How to Build Quality Assessment

More than just a “test,” assessment is a continuous process of diagnosing existing student knowledge and readiness for learning, collecting both formal and informal data during lessons in real time, summative experiences, and using all of this information to drive the next day’s instruction.

H. L.
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Release Notes: HTML5 Audio/Video Recorder, Student Mastery Details, New School Analytics and More!

Check out the October release notes for updates on existing and new features, and bug fixes!

David Wolpert
Community

Q&A: How I Create Project-based Units to Personalize Learning

We spoke with Chelsea Bowker, Language Arts and AVID Teacher at Saint Cloud Area School District 742 about creating project-based learning units for her students.

Sarah Jaffer
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What the History of Personalized Learning Teaches Us Today

Personalized learning has its roots in early American history. Check out what we mean in this post!

Anna McVeigh-Murphy
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Personalizing Reading for Students of All Abilities

As you know, almost every teacher is facing a classroom where a significant number of students are struggling to read. According to the U.S.

Yevgen Borodin
Evolving Ed

Starting Your Own Education Podcast— What To Know

Everywhere you turn, it seems like podcasts are finding their way into our everyday lives. Let’s take a look at the ins-and-outs of education podcasts and hopefully tap the potential that these have for the field of education. 

Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D
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Q&A: How We Incorporate Coding and Robotics Into Curriculum

We spoke with Matthew Lyons, Teacher/Tech Coach at Fort Bend ISD about using coding and robotics in his curriculum. 

Sarah Jaffer