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Eye on Zero Trust: How to Implement Identity and Access Management in K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

Developed in 2009 by former Forrester Research analyst John Kindervag, the zero-trust security model revolves around the motto “never trust, always verify.” It is an evolving methodology in cybersecurity that governs user access to data and networks.

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Cultivating Lifelong Learners: How to Support Personalized Teacher Growth

A Principal's Reflections

Allow teachers to choose formats and topics that resonate with their individual learning preferences and goals (Desimone, 2009). This could include workshops on specific instructional strategies, online courses on emerging educational technologies, or peer coaching programs that foster collaboration. Desimone, L. Guskey, T.

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Tech-Savvy School Librarians Provide Value to Modern Learners

EdTech Magazine

However, research shows research shows that between 2009 and 2019, the number of K–12 librarians fell by almost 20 percent. “A lot of times, we are the first adopters.” Clunky microfiche readers, research databases, computers, 3D printers — all made their school debuts in the library. According to the American…

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Taking Learners Deeper with Reflection

A Principal's Reflections

Without this support, reflections may be limited to descriptive accounts of an experience or “venting of feelings” (Ash & Clayton, 2009). Experience, when reflected upon, is the best teacher. & Clayton, P. Generating, deepening, and documenting learning: The power of critical reflection in applied learning.

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How a $5 lesson can help districts avoid a multi-million freefall when ESSER funding expires

Education Elements

In 2009, Professor Tina Seelig looked over her class of Stanford business students and assigned a simple challenge. Working in groups, the students were given $5 and 2 hours to make the highest possible return on their money. They had a week to plan their strategy with almost unlimited creativity.

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Unpacking the Backpack

A Principal's Reflections

The social media landscape has changed quite dramatically when I first arrived in the space back in 2009. To put things in perspective, Instagram and TikTok were years away from existing, and Facebook was the dominant tool of choice.

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What Is Mistake Literacy? The Research Of Learning Through Failure

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2009) found that error generation is positively correlated to enhanced memory. Though it is perhaps not intuitive, Richland et al. The post What Is Mistake Literacy? The Research Of Learning Through Failure appeared first on TeachThought.

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