A Teacher’s Insight and a Suite of Apps Revitalized Geography—Boosting Student Engagement and Collaboration

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It’s a fast, efficient, iterative, and highly interactive process—and it empowers students to take control of their own learning in a way not possible in traditional classes. Over the past six years, the Board has invested in technology to improve learning outcomes for all of its students—starting with G Suite for Education and Chromebooks. The finished product was a highly personalized and engaging project-based course. Hapara's Workspace; full size image here.

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How to Keep Students at the Center of Your Digital Transformation

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School district leaders are inundated with proposals and pitches for the hottest new trends in edtech on a regular basis—all promising to revolutionize learning and make it more student-friendly. Rod Carnill speaking (Source: Hapara) “I always start with the pedagogy,” says Amy Miller, a middle school tech coach in Frederick County. An 18-year classroom veteran, Miller works with teachers one-on-one to develop lessons and learning experiences. Hapara.

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A New School Model Helps Rural Districts Boost Enrollment and Ensure Student Success

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Families needed a flexible learning environment in which students could miss a few days of school due to inclement weather, a tournament, or harvest time—without falling behind. He needed to find a new model for teaching and learning that would provide learners in his community with the same high quality academic opportunities they would receive at a larger school, as well as a more student-centered approach that reflected the realities of the community.

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THANK YOU for 5 Amazing Years of Educational Podcasting! Thank You For Amazing Feedback!

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A wealth of knowledge June 15, 2015 by jpdalton from United States I got the honor of hearing this gentleman speak in person and he knocked my socks off! Connected Educators Must May 13, 2015 by @mgrudnel from United States Jeff has been so accommodating and welcoming as he helped introduce me into the world of connected learning and podcasting. I learn so much each time I listen or watch a new podcast. I always take what I learn and teach other teachers.