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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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#140edu – Exploring the State of Education NOW

This week, LessonPaths co-founder Kris Chinosorn will reveal something big at the #140edu State of Now conference in New York City that will help teachers and students take

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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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Part II: Where to Begin with a Common Core Math Class?

LessonPaths is so useful in my classroom! Being able to hit a concept or problem from two, three, or ten different ways is wonderful. Building

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Part I: Where to Begin with a Common Core Math Class?

So What are the Advantages of Common Core Standards Anyway? To start with, teachers working with common core have to ask themselves a very hard question:

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Brick & Mortar or Online? Chicago’s Education Pioneers Duke it Out

Panel discussions tend to be hit or miss. More than once I’ve found myself listening to a group of panelists who are obviously experts in

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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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Lessons from ISTE 2012: Never be the Smartest Person in the Room

Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Inc., is famous for surrounding himself with innovators. Try never to be the smartest person in the room. And if

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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

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Day Four of ISTE 2012: Most Memorable Moments & Final Reflections

The last time the LessonPaths team road tripped from Chicago to the west coast for an #edtech conference, we were young and foolhardy enough to make

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