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Navigating new pathways to demonstrate learning
Navigating new pathways to demonstrate learning

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Get insight into the world of personalized learning with our weekly newsletter: this week's focus is on finding inspiration.

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The improvement of educational services to all students in our country is a moral imperative. We can no longer continue teaching practices that ignore the academic, social and emotional needs of students of diverse cultures in the name of “color-blindness.”

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Do you ever feel like an island unto yourself in your school? More teachers need to share what they do, and more discussions like the kind guest poster David Russo had need to happen.

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The basic idea of “The Triptik®” is that a learning destination is co-created with teachers and students but students are largely responsible for getting to the destination once the destination (or learning objective or product) has been established. Mike Fisher expanded these parameters into potential student actions and created printable cubes or dice to help with instructional design.

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When we question our students about “what it takes to get really good at something” and give them the space to respond, it is amazing how insightful they can be — and how much of it lines up with the neuroscience of learning.

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Energizing Your Practice: the Learning Personalized Learning Path Series, available on Eduplanet21. http://bit.ly/2sLp2K9
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Are you signed up for the Learning Personalized newsletter? This week's focus: world languages. http://bit.ly/2q9A7jT

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"As the demand for multilingual employees builds, a recent report, America’s Languages (2017)... concludes that the United States remains a monolingual society to its social, economic and national security detriment."

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Educators have a responsibility to share other perspectives around the world and invite those perspectives into the classroom. These online resources and opportunities are a great place to begin.

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For the past two years Kristin Mancini been re-imagining K-12 World Language curriculum. Reflecting on those last two years, here is her best advice.
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