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As anyone who has spent time in a classroom can attest, traditional assessment methods often don’t measure everything. That’s where digital badges come into...

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By Michele Hill and Paul J. Berardelli Twitter is the home for hundreds of educational chats each week. Some of us lurk, while many of us actively participate...

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By Elliott Seif This series of deep learning commentaries is built on the idea that strong basic and deep learning content, skills, and attitudes are...
10 strategies and practices that can help all students overcome barriers

10 Strategies and Practices That Can Help All Students Overcome Barriers

Educators today are faced with the daunting task of teaching students that face personal and social-emotional challenges on a broad scale unlike any other...

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