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What can LinkedIn offer high school students or their schools? There's a wealth of data- and brand awareness opportunity for independent schools- in those professionally-connected hills.
Educational models have changed from the experiences had by parents of school aged children today. Math is a particularly tough subject in which to illustrate these changes. Here are some hallmarks of an innovative math classroom in 2024.
Shared failure in a Problem Based Learning maths classroom can encourages resiliency and embraces mistakes as an opportunity to learn.
Considering the question: how can educators cultivate a relationship with AI and Math curriculum that helps students understand and make sense of what they are learning?
Spring is peak EdTech conference season. Are these events worth attending, given the time expense and often significant associated costs?
The growing use of AI, inside and away from the classroom, demands at least a careful look at the way we define academic excellence, if not a complete re-definition of the concept and how we apply it to students.
We look to history for an additional layer of context and meaning regarding what "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" can show us about our relationship with Artificial Intelligence.
What can an octogenarian Disney animated short film teach us about AI? Fantasia's short film, "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" offers a cautionary tale against playing with magic. Do we know the extent of our powers?
What can school administrators do to bridge the gap of trust that can develop between faculty and the Board of Trustees in the face of proposed change?
Can lectures provide students with digestible information that sticks? Consider three key options when to ensure your section content doesn't end up down the drain.
School improvement is a powerful magnet: depending on its orientation, it can be repellent or attractive to faculty, and Leaders must make the case.