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EdTech

Making Career Pathways As Detour-Free As Possible

Getting from helpless kindergartner who picks his nose and eats it (what, just me?) to well-paid professional who can support himself and his family is no cake walk. In fact it’s an epic (academic...

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EdTech

Why Career Pathways Are Essential for Preparing Students

As parents and guardians, we want our children to have successful futures, and a strong foundation in job readiness skills is key to that success. Unfortunately, many states fall short when it comes...

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EdTech

Hey Shawnta! As an English Teacher, What Do I Need to Know About ChatGPT?

Hey Shawnta! As an English teacher, what do I need to know about ChatGPT? I am a huge sci-fi nerd. Many times people say that science fiction answers the question, “What if?” I love "The Twilight...

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EdTech

To Improve EdTech, Focus on the Teachers and Students Who Use It

When the iPhone was introduced in 2007, much of the technology behind it had already existed for several years. “Technically speaking,” as management design professor Kalle Lyytinen puts it, “the...

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COVID-19

When It Comes to EdTech, We Can't Ever Be Caught Off-Guard Again

Over the last 15 months or so, while students in many communities have attended school virtually or in hybrid settings, technology has been a tremendous support. Now, as we look ahead to a somewhat...

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Special Education

Special and General Education Students Can Coexist and Benefit From Each Other in a Safe Learning Environment

“Ms. Green, did you know that I have autism?” Andrew asked as I discussed our new lesson, “Communicating with Persons with Disabilities.” I was stunned, because Andrew often spoke in class, didn’t...

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