Topic: K-12 Learning

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By Rachel Arteaga on Apr 22nd, 2015
Elijah Meeks has an excellent blog post, "Digital Literacy and Digital Citizenship," on the extension of the digital humanities to K-12 education. To...
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By Rachel Arteaga on Apr 22nd, 2015
Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of attending the University of Washington's Center for Teaching and Learning Annual Symposium. This event is truly...
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By Alexander Shuart on Apr 1st, 2015
Having recently graduated from high school, I feel well educated when it comes to general subjects such algebra or history. However, there is one...
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By Courtney Lautenbach on Mar 23rd, 2015
     The way people learn can be found in just about anything in our day to day lives. For years psychologist have been studying and...
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By Brandon Howard on Mar 23rd, 2015
A century ago, the teaching of manners and etiquette was as much a part of classroom instruction as the three R’s. Students learned how to act and...
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By Cathy Davidson on Mar 23rd, 2015
What’s in that water in Finland?  First they abolish standardized, summative, high stakes testing —and come out in the top 5 in all numeracy and...
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By Brandon Howard on Mar 5th, 2015
In recent years, more and more women have bridged the gender gap in order to pursue careers in fields historically associated with men. At the same...
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