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Higher Learning is Preparing for the World of AI

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By Kiran Kodithala and Lee Lambert Five hundred years ago, Nicolaus Copernicus posited a heliocentric model that stated the Earth evolved around the sun. He published his handwritten manuscript in 1543, setting off what some historians would call the Copernican Revolution. Throughout history, humankind has introduced new innovations that challenge the established orthodoxy of the time.

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A Decade of Brilliance: Meet the Science Educator Driving Innovation in Texas

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The strength of our Dynamic Science curriculum comes from our partnership with Science authors and editors all across Texas. That’s why we’re introducing our Meet the Authors’ Series so you can get to know the people who created our unique Science content for Texas learners. Our third interview is with Michael Claypool. Michael is an innovative science educator with nearly a decade of classroom experience, and we’re so excited to share this interview between Robyn Shulman and Michael

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These Guys Take Care of the Data So You Can Focus on Student Outcomes

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By most measures, Abre is one of the most successful and fastest growing EdTech companies around. Over the last couple of years, they have practically invented a category, DaaS, or Data-as-a-Service. In short, these former school and district data guys have figured out how to take the entire data headache away from your district, and hand you back a finely integrated service that organizes all your data and makes it actionable to every stakeholder, including teachers, administrators, parents, st

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Why It’s Essential To Laugh In Education

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Today, more than ever, it is essential to have some fun and humor at school. Regardless if you’re a student, a teacher, or an administrator, we all need a good laugh as we face many changes in education. At Summit K12, we are having fun creating the most personalized curriculum for the Texas Science Adoption in 2024. After we jump into our fun video series, please see some tips below regarding how laughter and having fun in education is critical to the learning process.

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MTSS: That’s the Way We Spell Success

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By Zach Vander Veen Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) has become an incredibly effective framework for increasing student success. We’re big fans of practical methods for supporting students, and MTSS is a valuable framework that delivers results. At its heart, MTSS is a process that helps students grow and addresses two key areas for students – their academic performance and their behavior.

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Service Learning: a Valuable Opportunity for Your Learners

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By Zach Vander Veen On March 14th, the neighborhood school district took a freshman math class down to the local food pantry to serve pies. It was Pi Day. Students were learning about pi and the many applications it has in the real world. Beyond core academics, their school district emphasized service learning and community service as part of their mission and vision.

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How AI is Changing the Education Landscape

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By Mark Booker AI is like any other new tool that has entered the arena of learning that enhances a student’s access to data and information to process and consume knowledge more quickly. Whether it be the Internet, the calculator, or even the printing press – all have entered social consciousness as disruptors with some wariness and skepticism, but were ultimately used to change how fast we can learn and share information to enhance the depth of information we pass on to future generations.

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