LMS Integrity & The Turnitin Partner Program: Benefits for Moodle Providers, Clients and Users

Table of Contents How Turnitin’s SimCheck adds value to Moodle Partners Benefits of partnering with Premium Moodle Integrator Turnitin About Turnitin and Turnitin’s SimCheck Are […]

Podcast: Esports Driving All Academic Achievement

Esports is the new “hook” to keep students working in other subjects despite being remote or partially physically attending schools in some sort of hybrid […]

Recreational Esports Are the Human Connection Students Need During the Pandemic

The college experience has been quite different for the millions of students who have been attending classes amid a pandemic. According to the Chronicle of […]

Looking to June: Top 5 Priorities for Superintendents

By Dr. Robert Avossa #1 Address Learning Loss & The Growing Achievement Gap  There was good intention with the “No Child Left Behind Policy,” but […]

What a Year it has Been

By Tamara Fyke It’s been a year. A year of closed schools and limited travel, a year of face masks and social distancing, a year […]

What You Should Know about Executive Functions

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark As we learn about the role of cognitive skills in academic performance, we become increasingly aware of the importance […]

Hybrid Learning is Not What you Think

By LeiLani Cauthen Superintendents nationwide are dealing with unprecedented chaos in attempting to deliver learning. They are not, however, typically rethinking their organizational structure. This […]

What Teacher Prep Programs Can Learn About Equity From Teaching in the Least Diverse State in the U.S.

How do you prepare teacher candidates to address issues of equity when they’re learning to teach in Maine—the least diverse state in the U.S.?  "Especially […]

Revisiting SAMR in Education: Form Leads Function in the New Reality

By LeiLani Cauthen Mention the words “1:1” or “digital curriculum” and the widely referenced SAMR model is likely to enter the conversation. Few other models […]

We Need to Treat K-12 Public Schools as An Essential Service

By Franklin Schargel For the past 6 months, policymakers and the U.S. public have weighed economic against public health considerations in debating what limits to […]

Three Actions That Will Accelerate Learning in 2021

By Ken Tam The past year has stretched and tested educators in previously unimaginable ways. While managing a slew of personal and professional challenges, we […]

Damn the Torpedoes

By Charles Sosnik “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead.” –Union Admiral David Faragut I guess you don’t have to be a history buff to recognize […]

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