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Encouraging learning without boundaries

Exploring and sharing the key conditions that support students making connections beyond the classroom while also meeting the demands of high academic standards, in particular, what it means for students to learn across disciplines and grades, to connect their learning to their personal interests and challenges, and to take advantage of learning opportunities within their communities.

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Using Social Media to Make Student Learning Social

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Part of the Social Media In and Out of the Classroom pathway.

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Amanda Allen

I have taught a variety of grades for over 17 years. I first started my career as an Algebra I/II, Spanish, and Art teacher at...

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Andrew currently teaches Food and Nutrition, Food Production and Technology, and Culinary Arts. Andrew leads a highly respected...

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Anthony Edward Grisillo is the 2014 Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year and recipient of a 2014 Making a Difference Award. Origina...


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