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Middle grades educators from two small Vermont schools share how they've been using digital tools to change student goal-setting and reflection as part of implementing Vermont's Act 77, "Flexible Pathways" legislation.
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Harwood Union High School educator Lissa Fox shares the results of her action research project documenting how she and the rest of her 9th grade team implemented goal-setting in the context of personal learning plans (PLPs).
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These Harwood Union Middle School 8th graders are writing an app to encourage and support girls in engineering.
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Jared Bailey, a middle grades math teacher at Williston Central School, in Williston, Vermont, shares how he's using Google Tools to scaffold his students' initial forays into creating Personal Learning Plans (PLPs).
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Studying hurricanes in a 1:1 iPad environment, w/iHurricane, EdPuzzle, Nearpod & a green screen.
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Educators who undertook action research as part of their participation in the Middle Grades Institute this past summer, shared the results of that research at the 2016 Middle Grades Conference.
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Have them in circles
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