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    1. Communications Planning for Blended Learning | The Learning Accelerator

      Communications Planning for Blended Learning | The Learning Accelerator

      Effective communications is a cornerstone of successful blended learning implementation. Strong twoway communications builds engagement, trust and credibility. Poor communications can lead to unmanageable expectations, confusion, and opposition to innovation. Communications is not expensive, but it takes a commitment of time and consistency.

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    2. How Could Opting Out Affect School Ratings? | EdWeek

      How Could Opting Out Affect School Ratings? | EdWeek

      In a backlash against perceived overtesting, many students’ parents are choosing to “opt out” of mandated standardized tests, including those aligned to the common core, like those from the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) and the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC). Research for Action, an educational research nonprofit, ran a simulation to determine how the opt-out movement could affect schools’ ratings.

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    3. What Mad Max: Fury Road Taught me about Common Core | CORElaborate

      What Mad Max: Fury Road Taught me about Common Core | CORElaborate

      Last year, I wrote a post about what Frozen taught me about the Common Core. As I watched Mad Max: Fury Road this weekend, I started to reflect. I also used the movie as a lens to reflect on my current teaching practice. This is something that I like to do often because movies, songs, books, and popular culture are often a lens that can be used to spur conversation with students.

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    4. Michigan Achieves Website

      Michigan Achieves Website

      A high quality education, particularly in the early years, is the most cost-effective way to break the cycle of poverty and increase the number of skilled adults in the workforce, contributing to economic growth, and shared prosperity. Leading education states have proven that it will take a multi-pronged and comprehensive strategy to improve the status quo. One-off investments and scattered programs aren’t going to lead to the dramatic improvements our state and our students sorely need.

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