Q&A: Rod Houpe Uses Evidence to Drive Change in Schools

EdTech Magazine

By 2026, futurist Ray Kurzweil predicts that humans and machines will converge. Her company learned that the holistic approach is what impacts school in the most positive way, addressing the health and needs of the entire organization. At CMS, this means meeting people where they are and incorporating that sensibility into professional development. Q&A: Rod Houpe Uses Evidence to Drive Change in Schools. jena.passut_7651. Tue, 05/29/2018 - 16:28.

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Colleges and retailers share a bloated past and a slimmed-down future

The Christensen Institute

I couldn’t help but think recently about that reality—and its parallel in higher education—as a massive and imposing Macy’s department store eyesore greeted me as I made my way off the highway en route to a meeting in Auburn, Mass.

How to help struggling young readers

The Hechinger Report

A teacher must be able to synthesize a deep well of research, master a variety of instructional methods and then be able to deploy this knowledge daily to meet each child at his or her own reading ability level.

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How to Prepare Students in the Early Years to Read at Grade Level

MindShift

A teacher must be able to synthesize a deep well of research, master a variety of instructional methods and then be able to deploy this knowledge daily to meet each child at his or her own reading ability level.