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Matt Zalaznick

Tennessee State University President Brenda Baskin Glover celebrates learning with some young students.
Students of color and those living in poverty are overrepresented among the nation’s chronic absentees, District Administration reported last year. (Rubén Rodriguez/Unsplash)
Can Hall Davidson throw and catch light particles? Not really, but he and the regular panel of ed tech experts reveal a range of pretty cool classroom tools at Thursday’s “TechSHARE LIVE Keynote.”
Opening keynote speaker Daniel Pink told the FETC audience that students are wired to work on independent, self-directed and artistic projects in the afternoon.
Breaks during the school day are essential, and should be seen as part of learning, not as deviations from instruction, bestselling author Daniel Pink said at his opening keynote Wednesday at the 40th Future of Education Technology Conference®.
Attendees can continue to explore the wide range of education solutions in the FETC Expo Hall, which will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday.
Students at Miami's MAST Academy show off a science project, with the waters of Biscayne Bay behind them.
The colors, textures and scents of the fruit and vegetable gardens, trees and other plants in the school sensory garden at Forwood Elementary School in Delaware can bring classroom assignments alive
Student teachers at Grove City College in Pennsylvania participate in virtual co-op programs in which they are paired with and mentored online by a professional classroom teacher.
Student teachers at Grove City College in Pennsylvania are already participating in professional learning communities in education. They are paired virtually with a classroom teacher who mentors them and gives feedback on digital lessons they've created.
Hoover City Schools Superintendent Kathy Murphy helps an elementary school student decide whether he wants to hold a crayfish during a science lesson.
Hoover City Schools Superintendent Kathy Murphy and an elementary school student discuss their arts and crafts assignment in the library.
In Philadelphia, educators created "The Fellowship: Black Male Educators for Social Justice" program to inspire younger Philadelphia students of color, particularly males, to consider a teaching career.
Every student at Roosevelt Elementary School in California's San Gabriel USD learns to play the violin beginning in first grade and can switch to a brass, woodwind or other string instrument in fourth grade.