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Continued Learning at Next-to-No Cost? No Brainer! - Huffington Post (blog)

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Continued Learning at Next-to-No Cost? No Brainer!
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Jonathan Soma, 29, and Jen Messier, 28, love learning -- but are the opposite of traditional academics.
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Community schools rise again!

 

"As they say, knowledge is power. The Brainery is the perfect model for exploring talents (new or untapped) without jumping to spend thousands of dollars getting an advanced degree in something 'academic.' Knowledge and production are increasingly outsourced, but when those skills are kept within a community, that commodity is powerful. Communities could wield incredible internal ability and capacity by shifting traditional ways we think about learning to include skill share centers, too. I'm excited to see it happen and to continue being a part of it."

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3 Ways To Grow Independent Readers -

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3 Easy Ways To Grow Independent Readers by Matt Renwick Guiding students to become self-determining learners should be the ultimate goal of an
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Cool! A Card Game To Personalize Via Maker Learning! -

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Cool! A Card Game To Personalize Via Maker Learning! by Jackie Gerstein For specific training and professional development around technolog
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Are Schools Prepared For Great Teachers?

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Are Schools Prepared For Great Teachers? by Terry Heick In On The Road, Jack Kerouac describes the "purity" of movement--th
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A New Definition For Equity In Education

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A New Definition For Equity In Education by Terry Heick In a profession increasingly full of angst and positioning and corrective policy, ther
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15 Questions To Ask About Tech Integration In Your Classroom -

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15 Questions To Ask About Tech Integration In Your Classroom *this blog was originally published at TeachThought PD by Drew Perkins, Director o
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30 Of The Best Books To Teach Children Empathy -

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30 Of The Best Books To Teach Children Empathy by TeachThought Staff Often confused with sympathy and compassion, empathy is, put simply, th
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4 Things All Project-Based Learning Teachers Should Do by Lauren Ayer, M.Ed. Gone are the days when students were expected to sit passively a
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So I Think I Figured Out The Source Of All Human Suffering

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