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Coding in the classroom with real-world learning

Coding in the classroom with real-world learning

06/01/2017

Topics: 1:1, BYOD, Coding & robotics, Computational Thinking, Curriculum, Flipped learning, Literacies, Mobile learning, professional learning, Robotics, STEM & STEAM

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Today’s students need to prepare for a variety of…

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Uncommon core: Refining key practices through STEM

Uncommon core: Refining key practices through STEM

05/01/2017

Topics: Robotics, Standards, STEM & STEAM

Innovator Solutions highlights contributions from corporate sponsors and advertisers representing education organizations, businesses, policy-making bodies and other influencers dedicated to transforming education.

Leonardo da Vinci once said that “simplicity is the…

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Turn coders into computational thinkers

Turn coders into computational thinkers

04/01/2017

Topics: Computational Thinking, Corporate innovation

Innovator Solutions highlights contributions from corporate sponsors and advertisers representing education organizations, businesses, policy-making bodies and other influencers dedicated to transforming education.

Amid the buzz over bringing coding into…

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3 ways to increase student engagement in your classroom

3 ways to increase student engagement in your classroom

10/27/2015

Topics: Assessment, Digital Citizenship, Technology infrastructure

“There is now a massive amount of evidence from all realms of science that unless individuals take a very active role in what it is that they're studying, unless they learn to ask questions, to do things hands on, to essentially recreate things in their own mind and transform them as is…

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Student engagement and achievement in language arts

Student engagement and achievement in language arts

07/31/2015

Topics: Corporate innovation

“We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life.”

And thus, John…

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Is it time to give up on computers in schools?

Is it time to give up on computers in schools?

06/15/2015

Topics: Assessment, Education leadership, ISTE Conference & Expo

Yes, I know that asking this question in 2015 sounds preposterous, borderline Luddite. Sure, there are many terrific examples of 1:1 programs in K-12 schools across the country (You can even read lots of them at Scholastic Administrator…

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