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The Fluencies are more than just skill sets—they’re mindsets.

All the skills and knowledge our students need to be prepared to survive and thrive
in an ever-changing world are embedded within them. Learn more about the Fluencies
and how you can begin making the most of them in your classrooms!

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The Virtual Conference is an engaging experience that’s tailored to your time, budget, and vision.

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How to Use LinkedIn to Build a Student Portfolio

Students under your tutelage will graduate eventually and will be out looking for colleges or jobs. They might do this the old-fashioned way by looking through the newspaper and pounding the pavement. The other possibility is that they’ll take advantage of Web tools... read more

16 Ideas For Fostering Student Learning on Pinterest

Teachers know that it can be tough to engage learners. Books are dry. Video is long and sleep-inducing. Lectures get tedious. Boring! It is up to teachers to use any tool available to involve students in doing and playing with material to create real understanding.... read more

5 Team Building Games That Promote Critical Thinking

Team building is a critical skill for success in the modern work place. Employees who know how to work as a team are often more motivated, more creative, better at problem solving, better at communicating with one another, and have a higher level of trust. While you... read more

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