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Emily Ann Brown

Open educational resources have become more than digital substitutes for textbooks. Educators now use OER to make instruction more learner-centered. Read more>>

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EL students at different proficiency levels have very different needs. Discover how to help your educators determine where to focus instruction for the greatest impact on language development. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

A Delaware student’s question about how strawberries are made inspired the creation of a school garden designed to stimulate learners’ senses of sight, sound, taste and smell. Read more>>

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To ensure success for students with dyslexia, you must first understand it. This white paper clears up misconceptions, explains dyslexia and its causes, and shares screening and intervention tips. Read more>>

Ray Bendici

“Mr. Fascinate” channeled his “inner nerd” to encourage embracing tools and approaches that connect with Gen Z students. Read more>>

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Matt Zalaznick

Researchers are finding that while diversity is growing among students in most U.S. schools, it's not increasing among teachers—and that's a concern. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Schoolwide music instruction is having a big impact in raising test scores as K-12 leaders make the case for more robust programs in lower-income districts. Read more>>

Tony Vincent, DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker

Teachers and students can use animation to bring content to life, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Tony Vincent. GIFs can grab attention, illustrate ideas, break down a process into steps, show a sequence, and make content memorable. Read more>>

NET Nebraska

Most universities don’t even have access to "EzGCM," which stands for Global Climate Modeling. But students in Lincoln are logging into a system of computer models to make predictions about the future of Earth's climate. Read more>>

The Columbian

All public schools must offer curriculum related to “the Native American experience in Oregon." Lessons must be accurate and community-based, and cover sovereignty issues, Native culture and current events, among other topics. Read more>>

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