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July 23, 2021

Michael, you have 8 more citations

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 6:09 am
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An item from one of my open scholarship networks.

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Filipa Isabel Barreto de Seabra Borges
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  • Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos
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22 July 2021: Google Alert – LRN

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 4:03 am
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The corporate alert for K12, Inc./Stride Inc. from yesterday.


As-it-happens update ⋅ July 22, 2021
Stride Inc (LRN) Stock by the Numbers

LRN has a better value than 90% of stocks based on these valuation analytics. Investors primarily focused on buy-and-hold strategies will find the …
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Have Insiders Been Selling Stride, Inc. (NYSE:LRN) Shares This Year?

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July 22, 2021

An exciting FREE opportunity for gifted ākonga (learners)!

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 8:02 pm
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An item for my Kiwi readers.

Kia ora Michael

We are excited to share another opportunity for gifted ākonga to attend iNVENTIONATOR this year!

Delivered completely online, this exciting FREE event is designed for Y6-9 gifted ākonga (learners), who want to PLAY. THINK. DESIGN. innovative solutions to real-life problems that matter.

In June, this FREE event booked up fast and places are limited, so getting in early is recommended.

Six learning resources lead up to an interactive event, held over four half-days. Using ākonga strengths, with support from schools, whānau and the CORE team, ākonga work together, grow their creative and critical thinking skills and experience another level of innovation.

For more about this event, what’s involved and what past participants have had to say, check out this podcast.

Who’s it for?
Y6-9 gifted ākonga.

How long does it last?
Six online learning resources lead up to an awesome event, held over four half-days.

What will they do?
Bring an idea and/or a skill set to pitch. Ākonga form teams with other gifted ākonga, to collaborate and think critically to solve an everyday problem.

Where and when?
6 – 9 September 2021

What next?
  • Check out the iNVENTIONATOR webpage
  • Register ākonga via the link below
  • Ākonga will receive a confirmation email
  • Support ākonga as they work through the resources and wero (challenges)
  • Ākonga attend the interactive event to PLAY. THINK. DESIGN.
To register each ākonga, you will be asked the following questions:
  • Why does the ākonga want to be involved?
  • What skills and talents does the ākonga bring?
  • Please share any ākonga information or preferences which would support their participation in iNVENTIONATOR.
We recommend ākonga work with the kaiako/teacher or whānau member completing their registration to answer the questions.
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Share this eFlyer with your ākonga/learners, their whānau and caregivers, or forward this email to colleagues and the coordinator of gifted learning at your school.

This special FREE iNVENTIONATOR is being offered as a part of the Ministry of Education funded Events and Opportunities for Gifted Learners and is powered by CORE.

Got questions?
Check out the FAQs.

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The Important Role of Stakeholders in Online Education

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 6:07 pm
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Note this vendor item from K12, Inc./Stride Inc. themselves.

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Announcing the FETC featured speakers lineup …

An update from the organization formerly known as the Florida Educational Technology Conference.

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