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  • Reflecting on EdcampBoston 2019, Six Months Later…

    One of the many things that MassCue does to support learning across the Commonwealth is supporting EdCamps. Including Edcamp Boston. Edcamps are “unconferences” that are free to attend thanks to the generous donations of sponsors. As I reflect back on the incredible day in March, I am so grateful that...

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    How To: Students Make Word Cloud Arguments

    The following article is reposted from its original with permission of author, MJ Linane. Essays can get boring for students to write. It can also get boring for teachers to read and grade all of them. There are other ways for teachers to teach argument and creativity. We already know...

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  • Enter Flipgrid

    As educational communities grow more comfortable with integrating technology into teaching and learning practices, we can easily get caught up in all that is “shiny” and “new.” Sure, the SAMR model is still here guiding the pedagogical practices of instructional technology, but in my experience in teaching with digital tools...

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  • Attending the BLC in Boston… My First Conference

    The following article is reposted with permission by Joshua Ray Original post July 29, 2019 This July I was fortunate enough to have participated in the 2019 BLC (Building Learning Communities) education conference put on by Alan November himself.  Our team of five (4 teachers and our head of schools) flew...

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