What CVU students want you to know about education

Today on the 21st Century Classroom: Beckett: When the school systems were created was to produce factory workers, to have The post What CVU students […]

Speaker Series on Topics in Connected Learning Open to Public

This interdisciplinary graduate seminar, which is open to the public, aims to immerse students in the field of connected learning through interaction with many of […]

Changing the Discussion: From Screen Time to Digital Equity

Changing the Discussion: From Screen Time to Digital Equity: From the article: “Too often,...

America’s zip codes are becoming more economically segregated — how this impacts you and your kids

America’s zip codes are becoming more economically segregated — how this impacts you and your kids:...

Hustle and Grow – Making a Creative Career in the Digital Economy

Over the last six or seven years the three of us were part of the Connected Learning Research Network finding out how young people in […]

#vted Reads: On The Come Up

Hoo boy, we have a CORKER of an episode for you today, with On The Come Up, by Angie Thomas. The post #vted Reads: On […]

Opportunities for Learning

Norman Rockwell's 1964  “The Problem We All Live With.” ICONIC 1963 PAINTING ON LOAN FROM PERMANENT COLLECTION OF NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUM Last week EDEN held […]

#vted Reads: The End of Average

Today on the show, we’re going to talk about The End of Average: How to Succeed in a World That The post #vted Reads: The […]

Effective Reading Instruction

What are the instructional strategies that promote reading success especially for marginalized students?

#vted Reads: Place-Based Curriculum Design

This episode is all. About. QUESTIONS. Why are we here? Who was here before us? What kinds of stories do The post #vted Reads: Place-Based […]

#vted Reads: The Benefits of Being an Octopus

This one goes deep, folks. On this episode educator Corey Smith joins me to talk about The Benefits of Being The post #vted Reads: The […]

3 ways to ensure equity is at the heart of your work

  VTDigger reports that Vermont Secretary of Education Dan French said “From our standpoint, we portray districts being on a The post 3 ways to […]

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