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June 13, 2022

Student & District Data, Teaching Strategies, Special Education

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May 30, 2022

Data, IT Management, Student Achievement

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An item from the folks at Education Week that may be of interest to readers.

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Solutions and Support for Every Student
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Untangling student data integration platform implementation: How to choose the right partner
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Where Tutoring Works: A New Look at Use Cases and Opportunities
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In Defense of Devices: Developing Tech Fluency for Whole Student Success
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Re-Establishing and Refining Attendance and Engagement Strategies Over the Summer
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5 Steps to Choosing The Right Intervention Programs
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Teletherapy in Schools: Providing Quality, Efficient Care to Students Anywhere
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Education Beat: How Journalists Can Strengthen Coverage of Teachers and Learning
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Not So Fast: EdTechs’ Misperceptions Of the Pace of Change In Higher Ed
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Today’s Teachers Are Deeply Disillusioned, Survey Data Confirms
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Accelerate Student and Teacher Engagement
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Cybersecurity Training for Teachers
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Science Learning Driven by Students’ Questions
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Social and Emotional Wellness for Educators
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Building a Strong Foundation: Incorporating SEL in CTE
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Deeper Learning Through PBL in All Learning Environments
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Best Practices for Implementing a K-12 Math Intervention Program
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State of Curriculum 2021: The Transition to Digital Curriculum
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What Teachers Want from School Design
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May 1, 2022

Spotlight | Review a West Point Study on Flipped Classrooms

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A final item for today…  An item from the folks at Education Week that may be of interest to some readers.

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April 30, 2022

Bridging the digital divide one partner at a time

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April 25, 2022

Top Stories on Social-Emotional Learning

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Students Need Emotional Support When Returning to School in Person. Here’s How (Opinion)
There are ways to attend to students’ social-emotional growth even when they are learning remotely or sitting in a classroom six feet apart.
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Here Are 3 Top SEL Strategies That Can Help Improve Student Engagement Right Now (Opinion)
One SEL strategy for each of the three key elements to serve as a guide as you get started with ensuring the SEL elements of student engagement are in place.
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Teaching the ‘New’ COVID-19 Social-Emotional Skills
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Social-Emotional Learning Is the Elephant in the Room: Three Challenges to Consider
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