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An Uncommon Approach to the Common Core

Guest Post by Justin W. Marquis Ph.D We live in a time of transition as the Industrial Age slowly gives way to the Information Age.

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LessonPaths Innovators: Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson (@ictevangelist) is an Information and Communication Technology Coordinator at the Clevedon School in the United Kingdom. I was introduced to Mark earlier this year

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LessonPaths Innovators: Daniel Edwards

Daniel Edwards is a Director of Sport at John Hampden Grammar School in the United Kingdom, where he’s been conducting a 1:1 ipad trial and recording

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LessonPaths Innovators: Kim Wilkens – International Day of the Girl

Girls rule The UN has set aside October 11, 2012 as the first-ever International Day of the Girl. Their goal is to recognize that empowerment

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LessonPaths Innovators: Carol Mortensen

LessonPaths and Symbaloo can be used together to create the ultimate interactive online learning center. Educators can combine the power of these tools to build a 24/7 resource

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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: Justin Marquis

After reading several blogs posts by Justin Marquis, I knew that he was just the type of innovator LessonPaths was looking for. He is always challenging 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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LessonPaths Innovators: Bret Gosselin

You remember that line “All I ever needed to know about life I learned in kindergarten”? I’d like to coin a similar one: “All I

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