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21st Century Learning and Why It’s Still Important

21st Century Learning and Why It’s Still Important

For more than two decades now, education experts, policymakers, and business leaders have been calling the education community to action with this startling revelation – rote memorization and automated learning experiences are not going to prepare students for...Read more ›
Episode 10: League of Mightiest Schoology Heroes

Episode 10: League of Mightiest Schoology Heroes

oUR LATEST ePISODE: LDI LDI is right around the corner! Be sure to get involoved with this leadership opportunity! We will be co-hosting a #CUEHike with Central California CUE, and cannot wait! Participants will recieve an honorary sticker and more! Episode 10: League...Read more ›
An Introduction to Computational Thinking at ISTE

An Introduction to Computational Thinking at ISTE

The last featured voice on the Mainstage to kick off the official start of ISTE 2019 was Mike Walsh, a futurist.  Throughout his talk, he spoke about the importance of teaching children computational thinking skills to prepare them for a world that still has yet to be...Read more ›
A HyperDoc is Not a Webquest

A HyperDoc is Not a Webquest

Words matter, and in a day and age where information is streaming through our timelines faster than we can keep up, figuring out what words mean can be challenging. In defining new terms, it helps to understand the history and context of the term HyperDocs, in...Read more ›

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ISTE We are super excited for ISTE! Come see us of you are going, and if not follow the hashtag #NOTATISTE and stay tuned to our podcast because we are hoping to squeeze in some live recordings! LDI LDI is right around the corner! Be sure to get involoved with this...Read more ›
Addressing Social Emotional Learning in EDU

Addressing Social Emotional Learning in EDU

Social Emotional Learning has – in recent years – become a priority in many districts. Youth suicide rates have shown a steady rise in recent years and the number of violent occurrences in schools is also on the incline. With mental health diagnoses...Read more ›