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Vicki’s Scoops for July 14

By Kristina James | 07/14/2017 | 0 Comments

It is most definitely July in Houston—not the best time to visit here. “Hot town, summer in the city….” But you know you can count on me for the hot scoops of the week so please read on now…. New roles for colleagues and friends…. The education nonprofit MIND Research Institute’s Board of Directors has […]

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Vicki’s Scoops for July 7

By Kristina James | 07/07/2017 | 0 Comments

Happy Friday, everyone. I can remember a time when things slowed down in the summer, but no more, right? Just keep pushing on! But do take a quick look at the scoops I have for you and some EdNET updates before your weekend starts—and when it does, I hope it is a terrific one! New […]

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Personalized Learning: A Student-Centered Approach for Learning Success

By Guest Contributor | 06/26/2017 | 0 Comments
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Janet Pittock, Curriculum Director, and Cassondra Corbin-Thaddies, Director of Professional Learning – McGraw Hill Education Personalized learning is no longer just a buzzword or a passing fad. In fact, more and more school leaders view the successful implementation of personalized learning programs as top priorities for their classrooms. In a recent survey, 86% of district […]

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5 Tips to Help You Get Back to the Education Marketing Basics

By Jodi Murphy | 01/05/2017 | 0 Comments
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In today’s education marketing landscape, it seems like there’s always a “shiny object”—some cool new tool or strategy—clamoring for our attention and bandwidth. While it can be easy to get swept up in every new channel, it’s important to first be certain you are building on a strong foundation of marketing fundamentals.  I know, you’ve […]

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