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IT Management Q&A Khan Academy Founder on How to Boost Math Performance and Make Free College a Reality
"There's something very strange happening in the education system," Khan Academy Founder Sal Khan told Education Week.
Benjamin Herold, April 12, 2022
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IT Management From Our Research Center How Tech-Driven Teaching Strategies Have Changed During the Pandemic
Expanded use of popular tools like Khan Academy, Google Classroom, and Accelerated Reader point to lasting changes in how teachers work.
Benjamin Herold, April 12, 2022
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Classroom Technology Video VIDEO: The Tech Tools That Are Here to Stay
The pandemic has forever altered the way educators and administrators do business—from checking on students’ math understanding to conducting meetings to providing mental health supports.
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Classroom Technology Video VIDEO: How Expanded Tech Use Is Changing Teaching and Learning
For teachers, the sudden switch to remote learning during the pandemic brought huge growth in tech use. A look at what that means today.
Jaclyn Borowski , March 10, 2022
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Classroom Technology From Our Research Center Online Quizzes Are Now Wildly Popular With Teachers
See how other digital learning tools stack up in popularity with online quizzes.
Alyson Klein, March 8, 2022
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Visiting educators tour Hope House in 2016, the shelter and foster home for homeless students that Tiffany Anderson opened as superintendent of the Jennings School District in Missouri. Anderson, now the superintendent of Topeka Public Schools in Kansas, said that educators from around the country reached out about her work in Jennings after she was profiled as a Leader to Learn From in 2015.
Visiting educators tour a shelter and foster home for homeless students that Tiffany Anderson opened while superintendent of the Jennings district in Missouri. Anderson, now the superintendent in Topeka, Kan., said that educators from around the country wanted to learn about her work after she was profiled as a Leader To Learn From in 2015.
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Professional Development 'Ambassadors of Hope': Why Past Leaders Lean on Their Fellow Honorees
Former Leaders To Learn From say they've relied on their fellow honorees for inspiration, support, and new insights during the pandemic.
Sarah Schwartz, February 16, 2022
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Melissa Jacobs, the director of library services for the New York City school system, takes a breather at the Murry Bergtraum High School Campus Library.
Melissa Jacobs, the director of library services for the New York City school district, at the Murry Bergtraum High School Campus Library.
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School & District Management Leader To Learn From Reinventing the School Librarian's Role: How a NYC Library Director Adapted to Change
When schools moved online at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, librarians had to learn quickly new ways to support teachers and students.
Sarah D. Sparks, February 16, 2022
7 min read
Reading & Literacy Video Phonics & Wordle: How Two Teachers Are Using the Viral Word Game
Two teachers are using the viral word game Wordle to support phonics instruction in their classrooms.
Sarah Schwartz & Emma Patti Harris, February 8, 2022
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A wordle showing the final word as TEACH
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Teaching Teachers Are Obsessed With Wordle, Too. See How They're Using It at School
Educators on social media share the creative ways they've brought the word-guessing game into the classroom.
Marina Whiteleather & Hayley Hardison, February 4, 2022
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