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A Lesson Beyond the Classroom: Students take on the #iEmpower Campaign

It’s truly amazing to see so many people from all over the world share what they empower in support of  the #iEmpower Campaign. These simple,

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LessonPaths Innovators: Tom Kramer

Attending the ISTE conference this past summer was a hoot for many reasons, but I’d say one of the greatest pleasures was meeting LessonPaths Innovator Tom Kramer in

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LessonPaths Innovators: David Kapuler

As a direct result of David Kapuler‘s advice, I have been able to get to know more passionate life long learners than I ever thought was possible, and

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LessonPaths Innovators: Pat Branson

Learn all about Pat and his class by visiting his blog, Learning with my Amazing Year 10s. (As in 10th graders :) I often catch myself thinking,

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Curiosity’s Extraordinary Landing Makes History

People around the world felt chills this past weekend as the news broke that NASA’s rover, Curiosity, successfully landed on the surface of Mars. We now have

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Understanding Shakespeare with Learning Playlists

Reading Shakespeare’s Othello or Julius Caesar as a 15 year old in high school can be daunting. Even for people who love to read, understanding the

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Operation Energize the Classroom

Every now and then we all need a little energy boost. Enduring a seven to nine hour work day in the same chair can certainly

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Connect Teachers, Students, and Parents with Learning Playlists

One of the greatest advantages of online resources is their ability to be accessed anywhere, anytime. After chatting personally with nearly one hundred of our

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Navigating Public Learning Playlists with the Browse Page

The LessonPaths Mission:   Making online learning free and accessible to the entire world. Some may look at this mission statement and think, “Wow… good luck with

Using Tablets in the Classroom

Tablet technologies are the coolest new gadgets on the block. From e-readers like Amazon’s Kindle to the monumental Apple iPad, thousands of educators are finding innovative

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