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A community approach to learning

The National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL), defines a cohort as a “community formed around a common learning endeavor, where students support one another in their academic and cognitive development and emotional wellbeing.”   How...

Empowering Educators in a Connected World

Do you remember AOL Instant Messager (AIM)? After 20 years, it is being retired today. In those 20 years, teaching and learning have been forced to shift in a world that has become increasingly connected. In 2009, Jeff Utecht and Kim Cofino created an authentic,...

Why Should Students Learn to Code?

It’s December, which means it’s the Month of Code! Month of Code is a month dedicated to celebrating and using coding in the classroom. To celebrate, each blog post in the month of December will feature specific aspects of coding in the classroom. You may be asking...