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DEN Trend Report: 10/5/17

DEN Trend Report: 10/5/17

In this DEN Trend Report:
> 3 critical digital course materials questions, answered
> EdTech Heroes: 25 State Leaders Making a Difference
> The Ed Innovation Landscape
> 3 winning characteristics of a school STEAM program
> AI Is on the Upswing in Optimizing K–12 Education
>  How to Help High Schoolers Without Home Internet Access
> 7 Ways to Get More Girls and Women into STEM (and Encourage Them to Stay)
> Learning technologies could reduce automation’s economic threat

DEN Trend Report: 10/1/17

Here’s what’s trending in education this week:
> A New Lesson for High School Economics Education
> The e-textbook transformation
> The Secret Sauce to Choosing Edtech? Find Tools By Fit, Not Feature
> The Future of Work Is Uncertain, Schools Should Worry Now
> The Funding Crisis Myth
> Why You Should Talk to Your Kids About Opioids
> 3 critical digital course materials questions, answered
> Make Agriculture Fun In The Classroom With 360-Degree Videos And Interactive > Activities Through Discovering Farmland

Teach Your Students to be Upstanders: #SaySomething

Imagine how much tragedy could be averted if an individual said something? Guest Post by Paula Fynboh from Sandy Hook Promise. Did you know that when it comes to violence, suicide, and threats, most are known by at least one other individual BEFORE the incident takes place? In fact, 4 out of 5 school shooters

DEN Trend Report: 9/27/17

Here’s what’s trending in education this week:
>Students swim with sharks, explore space, through VR
>5 Ways to Use Video in the Classroom
>STEAM teacher: These are “My Tech Essentials”
>3 Takeaways from Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ Tech Overhaul
>Over 6 million students still lack high-speed internet access, report finds 
>For PD, the days of one-and-done are dead and gone!
>Three lessons from rigorous research on education technology
>The Home Depot and Discovery Education Partner to Support Student Participation in Science Fairs and Drive Deeper Engagement in Science and STEAM Education

DEN Trend Report: 9/20/17

In this DEN Trend Report:
>A study of 36,000 students just backed Bill Gates’ favorite style of education
>Why we need to change the teacher vs. tech narrative
>Administrators must determine which STEM programs are right for their district
>The History of the Future of Learning Objects and Intelligent Machines
>Six Strategies for Virtual Field Trips

DEN Trend Report: 9/11/17

This week in the DEN Trend Report:
>Personalized Learning Is the Answer. (I Forgot the Question.)
>21st Century Show-and-Tell
>The 2 stages of successful early STEM education
>3 tips for maximizing your PLC participation during the new school year
>Technology Trends Reshape Today’s Libraries
>Setting a vision key to district success on new initiatives, solutions
>The Power of Shifting to an Active Learning Environment

DEN Trend Report: 8/16/17

Here’s what’s trending in education:
>Virtual tutoring unique way to help students ace their work
>World of Possibilities
>Trimming personnel costs without cutting instruction a challenge for many districts
>Districts target opioid abuse with curriculum and community outreach
>Survey: Most 8th-grade math students rarely use computers in class
>This is how you build the library of the future
>Is a Spotify approach the future of curriculum?

DEN Trend Report: 5/22/17

In this week’s DEN Trend Report
>Teachers’ Readiness and Willingness to Adopt Digital Tools for Learning
>Linking Professional Development to Teacher Evaluations
>The Hard Truths and False Starts About Edtech Efficacy Research
>Bent on Discovery
>Debunked: 5 myths about classroom technology
>Teachers speak: What PD actually works?
>CSI effect livens up science education
>A California high school trains students for careers in forensic biotechnology
>If Edtech Efficacy Research Ignores Implementation, How Does It Help Improve Education?
>Five Professional Development Resources For The Summer
>Using Digital Content to Increase Student Engagement

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Like what you see below? Join us for our webinar April 11. Learn more here. Guest Post by Rob Lamb TGR EDU: EXPLORE provides teachers, students, and families with valuable access to digital experiences, lessons, and training designed to support college preparation and high-quality STEM career paths. TGR EDU: COLLEGE BLUEPRINT The TGR EDU: COLLEGE BLUEPRINT

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