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    It's no news to you that the learning environment and everyone in it (Okay, the learning ecosystem then) play an enormous role in how well students perform. And no matter how much you feng shui your classroom or enforce your code of conduct, the fact is the most influential people in a student's life rarely ever step foot in your domain. Edudemic recently dealt with this in their article, "How to Be an Effective Ally to Parents." They provide nine ...
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    Everyone loves a great story. When that hook grabs you, it pulls you in and straps you down to a roller coaster of ups, downs, and everything in between until you finally come full circle into a wonderful sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. Today, I'm thrilled to say is both the climax and the resolution for one of my favorite stories, "Schoology Rubrics: The Next Generation." This final installment completes our rubrics overhaul, and even though we're never done ...
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Written by MJ LinaneOriginally posted on Teacher Revolutions   Something about this just feels so right.   Many teachers are frustrated with the lack of student organization. As a teacher myself, I completely understand. Organization: A Common Frustration As teachers, we take the time to find the best educational material, spend hours creating lessons, and go through the trouble of copying/posting assignments all for students. It can then be frustrating when ...
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    Here's one for all you mobile users out there: our latest versions of the Schoology Android and iOS apps are available for download! These updated versions are chock full of improvements both large and small all rolled up into one great mobile experience. Android and iOS: Support for Folder Colors If you customize course folder colors on the web platform, then you and your students will now see those same colors on your Android and iOS devices! Check it ...
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If you haven't heard already, Schoology NEXT 2015, our second annual user conference, is taking place July 20-22 in downtown Chicago. At NEXT, you'll enjoy 2 1/2 days of insightful sessions led by the Schoology Community and staff, inspiring keynotes from education thought leaders, and lots of fun as we learn together.   Alan November Keynotes at NEXT 2014   What’s New for 2015 Based on your feedback from 2014, we’ve made a few exciting additions to our ...
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