Eric Sheninger provides a framework from which any educator can begin to harness the power of technology.
- Closing gaps, finding enough time, targeting PD, individualizing learning.
- How to ensure the games your students play pay off academically.
- Technology comes second. First, build support by selling your vision to staff and community.
- Emphasize experiential learning with nine apps to invigorate class projects.
- Fear is growing as various districts take different actions to try to protect students and staff from the virus and misinformation.
- Eric Sheninger shares why today’s school leaders must become digital leaders.
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- Benchmark Education is offering NYC Pre-K teachers Common Core training. EdDive
- Child barred from school after traveling to Nigeria. EdWeek
- UFT asking court to drop suit against tenured teachers. Chalkbeat
- Two Dems slug it out over tenure, school reform. Politico
- New study details Michigan's attempt to boost low-performing schools. EdExcellence
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