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Q & A from Our Webinar with EdWeek, 'Closing the Factory: Productive Struggle and the New Math Model'

Posted by Zacc Dukowitz

Feb 3, 2016 11:02:59 AM

Last week LearnBop sponsored a webinar in partnership with Education Week called "Closing the Factory: Productive Struggle and the New Math Model." During the webinar we were inundated with questions. This blog post contains those questions, grouped by topic, with answers typed in or notes on where the question(s) is addressed in the webinar recording.

For those looking for slides and a transcript of the webinar, you can find them here. For those looking for the live recording of the webinar, it can be found here.

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Topics: Resources, Teaching & Learning, Webinars, Leadership, Connected Educators

5 Factors in Conveying and Fostering a Growth Mindset

Posted by Cindy Bryant

Jan 20, 2016 6:00:00 AM

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Topics: Differentiating Instruction, Implementing the Common Core, Resources, Teaching & Learning

The Four P's—The Future of Edtech

Posted by Julie Davis - Guest Author

Jan 13, 2016 6:30:00 AM

We're happy to share this post by Julie Davis, Technology Coordinator at Chatanooga Christian School (CCS). Julie first published this piece on her blog, Thoughts on All Things Edutechie Oriented.

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Topics: Teaching & Learning, Innovation, Connected Educators, Educational Technologies, EdTech Insights

Cool Math in Real Life: The Mathematics of Buying a House

Posted by Chris Brida

Jan 6, 2016 7:00:00 AM

In my last blog, I discussed three fundamental concepts in Shark Tank—valuation, royalties and profit margins. These concepts are super important for making your watching experience a little bit more wholesome (like a good chicken noodle soup…or something).

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Topics: Teaching & Learning, STEM, Innovation, Inspiration, Educational Technologies

Padlet: One of the Best All Around Tools for Technology in the Classroom

Posted by Julie Lyle - Guest Author

Nov 6, 2015 7:00:00 AM

For the worlds of technology and education to come together, a teacher really needs something that will work on any device, that is quick to learn and easy to use.  For a tool to be effective and long lasting, it has to be versatile.  

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Topics: Teaching & Learning, Innovation, Educational Technologies, EdTech Insights

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