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Thoughts

Smart technologies promise to enable new approaches and efficiencies

By: 
Katherine Prince
Perspective

Dyslexia affects an estimated 15-20 percent of the U.S. population. But it is often called “the hidden disability” because impacted students are often competent or even exceptional in areas other than reading.

By: 
Suzanne Carreker, Ph.D., CALT-QI
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At this year’s Market Briefing, based on the results of the Learning Counsel’s National Digital Transition Survey and delivered at the 2019 National Gathering, Learning Counsel CEO LeiLani Cauthen didn’t pull her punches.

Thoughts

What might dynamic pairings of people and learning content do for education? How would this affect the educators and students?

By: 
LeiLani Cauthen
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Educators in San Diego share their thoughts on what is working, what is not, and what's in-store for the future in eduation.

Spotlight

If you ask a dozen educators to define personalized learning, you’ll no doubt get some enthusiastic answers

By: 
Charles Sosnik
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The Utah panel tackled a variety of subjects including technology’s refocus on the student and effective instruction, the most important work currently being done, and the role of parents in decision-making

Spotlight

St. Vrain Valley Schools wins top-most EduJedi Knight Award.

By: 
Doug Cauthen, Learning Counsel

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