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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
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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
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Q&A: Using EdTech to Help Shape Young Musicians

We spoke with Brian Bruggeman, Band Director at Monroe Middle School about how he is using education technology in his music classes.

Sarah Jaffer
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Q&A: How We Created a Student-Led Digital Citizenship Program

Digital Citizenship is a priority for many educators. Learn how one district created a student-led digital citizenship program.

Robert Schuetz
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Taming the Chaos of Online Testing (and Cheating)

As students take an online test, you move around the classroom to ensure they stay on task. A classroom cop, patrolling the aisles.

A student raises her hand, and you go over to help.

Respondus
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How We Diffuse Innovation to Personalize Instruction at FCPS

Below is our latest Q&A from Schoology Administrator of the Year, Amy Cordes.

Amy Cordes
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The Schoology Champions Program… What’s That?

Ever heard of the Schoology Champions Program? Learn why you should consider joining this growing group of educators and expand your PLN!

Sarah Jaffer
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Start the Year Off Right: Schoology Ambassador Applications are Now Open!

The 2019-2020 Schoology Ambassador applications are now open! Learn more about the program and how to apply.

Sarah Jaffer
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Top Three Models of Blended Learning: Examples, Pros, and Cons

Our friends at VEDAMO discuss the three different blended learning models based on the current most popular methods of instruction: traditional, self-paced (asynchronous), and collaborative web-conferencing synchronous. 

Dr. Veronica Racheva