Importance of Work Experiences / Coding + Drones = Engagement / Job Distribution Shifts

December 13th, 2019

Work Experiences
Work experiences are as important as school. What is your school doing? Then it’s how coding and drones build engagement and the sift in job distributions over time. On to digital transformation challenges, how a Tesla valve works, how imagination ruins leaders, a complex quote, and the highest-paid athletes over the years.

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Social Studies Comeback / Innovative Learning / Collaborative Classrooms

December 12th, 2019

Social Studies
Is social studies poised to make a comeback? Then it’s the positive impact of innovative learning and the collaborative classroom. On to a place-based learning podcast, Moore’s Law animated, four questions for students, a spontaneity quote, and major coffee chain distribution.

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Smart Studying Strategies / Affordable Internet Safety / Hour of Code Resources

December 11th, 2019

Smart Strategies
Start with the best ways to study. Then it’s affordable Internet safety and resources for an hour of code activities. On to social media scheduling tips, a Google Slides activity, time management tips, a no offense quote, and the most common jobs by county.

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Working With AI / Partnering With Machines / The Great PISA Illusion

December 10th, 2019

Working With AI
Start with two articles about how humans and machines are working together. Then Yong Zhao explains the illusion of the international PISA tests. On to Amazon’s plug and play tools, problems with the GRE, leaders who inspire creativity, a kindness quote, and the life of a female stunt double.

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Take Frequent Breaks / Polling Tools / Change Math Sequence?

December 9th, 2019

Start with how frequent breaks improve learning. Then it’s two polling tools and should we change the math sequence. On to exemplar home pages, how Google maps handle border disputes, Minecraft disrupting instruction, a mystery quote, and augmented reality meets the periodic table.

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