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What K-12 superintendents want education technology providers to understand
What K-12 superintendents want education technology providers to understand

Edtech providers are proud of the new solutions they’re presenting to district leaders but there remain frequent gaps between supes and providers. Here are six things superintendents need providers to understand as they tackle the 2021-22 school year.

Checklist for evaluating online learning providers
Checklist for evaluating online learning providers

Here are eight points to keep in mind when looking for an online learning provider.

Building resilience in educators
Building resilience in educators

A corporate wellness expert explains what she learned when she partnered with educators to manage stress, change and burnout.

Should You Cancel Teacher Data Team Meetings? You Might Be Surprised
Should You Cancel Teacher Data Team Meetings? You Might Be Surprised

Do teacher group data discussions actually lead to tangible outcomes for students? A Harvard researcher and education professor says no.

4 ways to teach reading comprehension to emergent bilingual students
4 ways to teach reading comprehension to emergent bilingual students

Teaching Emergent Bilingual students requires understanding of how language works, valuing the student’s heritage language and parlaying these elements into a successful learning journey.

How to identify, address bias in educational technology
How to identify, address bias in educational technology

Edtech has the power to support high-quality teaching and learning, but only if providers, educators, and families collaborate to make it fair for everyone.

How comics curriculum boosts SEL
How comics curriculum boosts SEL

A combination of content, creativity and SEL inspires students to collaborate and express themselves in the new academic year.

Uniting technology and SEL to teach the whole child
Uniting technology and SEL to teach the whole child

It’s imperative that educators continue to factor social and emotional wellness into student growth. A key aspect to supporting students is meeting them where they are, which is so often on a digital device.

Teaching kids to read with diacritics concepts
Teaching kids to read with diacritics concepts

Relying on ancient language techniques, a father created a new path to learning to read for his son -- and shares it with other students and teachers.

4 ways to make SEL more culturally relevant
4 ways to make SEL more culturally relevant

Strategies to help teachers be mindful and supportive of their students' various identities and unique strengths during SEL instruction.

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