Spotlight
If some educators feel that transformation is minimizing their craft, here’s a fresh look at taking the classroom back with digital and online curriculum
By: 
Mike Saenz
Innovation
New video based digital curriculum, powered by leading edge learning dynamics, is helping to make K-12 education equitable for all students
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Cebron Walker
Thoughts
If failure, in one way or another, is unavoidable, isn’t it time to rethink our education system, to redesign our curricula, and to embrace failure instead of stigmatizing it?
By: 
Allison Segeren
Audio/Visual
Dr. Laural Ashlock, Assistant Superintendent at the Central Unified School District in Central California, is Using Technology Tools to Individualize the Learning Experience
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Cebron Walker
Innovation
Technology and digitalization isn’t just helping in the classroom. Miami-Dade is using it to ensure all schools have equal access to high quality applicants, and to streamline the hiring process
By: 
Lauren O’Mara
Audio/Visual
The Learning Counsel Speaks with Superintendent Dr. Darryl Adams About His Digital Curriculum Strategy and Transforming a Poor California Desert District to A Leader in Education Innovation
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Cebron Walker
Spotlight
How one school is solving the timeless dilemma of student willingness and involvement and is making summer school count for each child
By: 
Rachel Norris
Audio/Visual
As the Director of Technology Services in his district, Keith Bockwoldt is spearheading a change that's having a significant impact on achievement for the 12,100 students under his charge
By: 
Cebron Walker
Spotlight
Does SAMR continue to meet the need of describing the depth and breadth of change needed in education today?
By: 
LeiLani Cauthen
Tactics
The success of any initiative—including personalizing the classroom—relies on the professional development and resources educators receive
By: 
Aaron Sams, M.A.Ed & Jon Bergmann

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