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Students as Project Managers, Graphic Designers, and Video Producers

Recently, my fifth/sixth grade students jumped at the challenge of designing a museum exhibit for Kansas City's Science City Museum, as participants in the Battle of…

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Twitter: Lifeline to Relevant Education

Okay, maybe lifeline is a bit dramatic. Maybe. That cute little blue bird has been around since 2006 and has grown into quite the communication…

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T.R.A.N.S.F.O.R.M.

Today I read about nextgen schools and deeper learning. Fascinating, interesting, and transformative. I love thinking about transformation. In essence, it is everywhere, all the time, right in front of…

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30,000 Feet and Descending

I've spent the last year circling the atmosphere/stratosphere/troposphere/whatever sphere surveying the wide, wide world of education and trying to figure out where to land. Regular…

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