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Contributor: Josette Snyder, RN, MSN, AOCN When cancer becomes a part of your life, holiday spirit can be hard to come by. Our patients sometimes find it diff
Two state lawmakers are hoping to increase the HOPE grant award for technical college students so it pays their full tuition, as it did in the past.
How do we get coding and making into our learning commons? Perhaps we need a 3 d printer? Love postulating how to help our students move into this new generation. #learningcommons #makerstations
We're reading Unmistakable Impact by Jim Knight together as a large team at work. This is the third post in my series on that reading and reflection. This month's chapter is on coaching, both the ...
Just down the hall from Paulo Blikstein’s office at Stanford University is a student laboratory of the future. It has spring green-and-yellow tiled floors, matching walls ...
In-class use of sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have traditionally been discouraged in most K-12 schools, but that’s starting to change in more classrooms.
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Don't leave those mini-gifts to the last minute. ("Drugstore chocolate? You shouldn't have!") We've compiled a list of 15 tech-tastic stocking stuffers
Spoiler: the answer is NO. I'm on the Advisory Committee of the upcoming Leadership, Technology, and Gender Summit taking place March 19-21, 2014 in Austin, Texas, following the Electronic Resource...
We've rounded up tips and tactics for building employee retention and fostering a happy workplace that makes people want to stick with you.
I recently ran a piece about the class size analysis done by Cobb parent John Morris in which he documented that the rise in class size has not been felt by all schools across the district.
The holidays can be a difficult time of year when you or a loved one is facing cancer.
This week Steven interviews Alison Head, executive director of Project Information Literacy (PIL). Read on to learn the latest developments at the organization and find a video related to the latest study.
Facebook updated its News Feed algorithm yet again, this time with the hope of presenting users with more "high quality content" like news articles.
On the recommendation of Jesse Stommel, I'm reading this paper about grading student writing by Peter Elbow, and I'm trying to figure out what it might say about my own grading practices. First, le...