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  • Blog Post: MLK Day of Service: How do we inspire service in our students? InterroBang?!

    Many of you may have the day off for Martin Luther King Jr. Day (as you should) and may have already built activities into your curriculum around this important day. With today's students it is often difficult to re-create the spirit and urgency Dr. King conveyed and moreover find ways to make his mission...
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    There seems to be much interest recently on divining the successful intersection between gaming and learning. The noteworthy primer on the subject comes from Jane McGonigal’s compelling book Reality is Broken . I had the pleasure of meeting Jane this summer at the Microsoft Partners in Learning 2011...
  • Blog Post: 2011 U.S. Innovative Education Forum - Round One - Finalists Announced!

    We are very excited to see the first round of finalists for our premier teacher recognition program the Partners in Learning U.S. Innovative Education Forum! There is some amazing work being done in classrooms around the country and it is inspiring to see these projects and the outcomes they’ve...
  • Blog Post: Guest post: Daily Insights from the Heroes in Education: Dailyedventures.com

    Occasionally I host guest posts from other educators and those within Microsoft. This post I couldn’t refuse (perhaps because he’s my boss?!) Do give it a read, it is ambitious goal for 2012, a new voice in education everyday – from across the globe. Innovating in education is tough, day-to-day work...