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A Look at the Costs of Tutoring

Posted by The LearnBop Team

May 4, 2016 10:17:12 AM

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Topics: Connected Educators

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

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

The Administrator's Guide to EdTech Purchasing

Posted by The LearnBop Team

Sep 25, 2015 6:03:00 PM

An Actionable Resource to Help Move EdTech Purchasing into the 21st Century

Created in partnership with Superintendent John Carver
Howard-Winneshiek Community School District of Cresco, IA


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Topics: Resources, Leadership, Innovation, Connected Educators, Educational Technologies

No I Am Not Lost, I’m Just On My Way to Class: A Conversation with Alona King

Posted by The LearnBop Team

Sep 3, 2015 10:27:25 AM

Recently we interviewed Along King, active blogger and Computer Science student at Stanford. As an African-American CS major, Alona has the frequent experience of being asked whether she is in the right place on her way to one of her usual classes in the CS department. This has happened so often to her and her fellow African-American classmates that she felt compelled to write an article entitled “No, I Am Not Lost.”

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Topics: STEM, Leadership, Collaboration, Connected Educators

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