Topic: K-12 Learning

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By Brooke Bosley on May 16th, 2015
After conducting several weeks of extensive research and programming I was able to begin designing and testing my product. My goal was to have a game...
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By Brooke Bosley on May 16th, 2015
As the school semester comes to an end I am reminded of my summer research experience at Georgia Institute of Technology. Not only was I able to...
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By Rodney Rosario on May 5th, 2015
Why is it that the government doesn’t provide public schools with enough federal funds, but private schools receive a lot of funds? Why is it that...
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By Tova Engel on May 1st, 2015
            “You can be anything you want to be,” is a common anecdote many parents tell their children as they tuck...
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By Kristina Aganova on Apr 30th, 2015
Debating to send your children to public or private school can be a quick and painless decision or a long lasting stressful process. Parents want to...
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By Kristina Aganova on Apr 30th, 2015
Debating to send your children to public or private school can be a quick and painless decision or a long lasting stressful process. Parents want to...
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By emily bryson on Apr 29th, 2015
Learning disabilities are generally defined as having a neurological processing issue. Processing problems can affect many learning skills like...
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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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