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Bringing Back The Joy of Teaching

Over the summer, many teachers packed up their classrooms, closed their doors, and said goodbye when the end of the day bell rang – for good. When schools closed throughout the Read more

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Clean Energy Sets $1.1 Trillion Record That’s Bound to Be Broken
January 26, 2023

(Bloomberg) — Last year was a double milestone for decarbonizing the world’s energy system. It was the first year when investment in the energy transition equaled global investment in fossil fuels, according to the latest data release from clean energy research group BloombergNEF. The money flowing into the upstream, midstream and downstream segments of oil and gas, and […]

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American Airlines Sees Profit Above Estimates on Steady Demand
January 26, 2023

(Bloomberg) — American Airlines Group Inc. expects profit this year to exceed estimates following a slow start, as steady demand for air travel keeps an industry recovery going into 2023. Full-year adjusted earnings will be $2.50 to $3.50 a share, the Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier said in a statement Thursday that also detailed fourth-quarter results. […]

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Chipotle Seeks to Hire 15,000 Workers Amid Tech Layoffs
January 26, 2023

(Bloomberg) — Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. is adding 15,000 jobs across its North American locations — a sign that demand for restaurant food is robust despite high inflation and economic uncertainty. The burrito chain’s hiring push is meant to ensure its more than 3,000 US restaurants are fully staffed for the company’s busiest season, which […]

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Bringing Back The Joy of Teaching
October 11, 2022

Over the summer, many teachers packed up their classrooms, closed their doors, and said goodbye when the end of the day bell rang – for good. When schools closed throughout the country for the past few years, teachers had to learn how to teach from afar and figure out different ways to support the needs […]

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Without a Solid Foundation, Even the Best Educational Programs Will Fail
July 1, 2022

Kellie Lauth sits down with Leena M. Saleh and JW Marshall on this episode of the Voices of E-Learning to discuss MindSpark, Couragion Learning, the changing landscape of education, and what STEM means to her. Saleh and Lauth have a long history together. Lauth was the principal at Saleh’s school when she was a […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: Connecting the real world to the classroom.
March 8, 2022

For twenty-seven years, Jen Meyer, President of Science Teachers Associations of Texas (STAT) and educator, has been well-versed in education ranging from elementary to special education. Meyer, the coordinator for elementary science, describes her career as an “Interesting and exciting educational career.”Meyer shares that fellow educators she has known have amazed her with the community’s […]

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The Snowball Effects of Learning Loss
October 26, 2021

“Learning loss describes the loss of knowledge and skill that students experience when they’re not in school,” Grabill said. “It’s kind of the idea that learning decays over time if students don’t engage with it or use it regularly.” The pandemic forced educators to change the way they teach, as students shifted to an […]

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Empowering the Future of Education with Cutting-Edge Technology
April 8, 2021

Celebrating the leaders and experts that are powering education into the future, host JW Marshall sets out to ask the “right questions” in EdTech to understand the changes in policy and technology that will power our universities, tradeschools, and companies – and drive growth in upskilling certifications.   Technology should be a supportive player in the world […]

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What EdTech Can Do for Teachers
February 12, 2021

For years before the pandemic (BP), Dr. Monica Burns went from school to school, airport to airport, to help educators make the most of new technologies in the classroom. Now restrained to Zoom calls, she still has a unique perspective of what thousands of teachers are experiencing during this crisis. In this episode of EdTech […]

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Giving Teachers the Confidence and Strategies to Shift Online
February 1, 2021

Celebrating the leaders and experts that are powering education into the future, host JW Marshall sets out to ask the “right questions” in EdTech to understand the changes in policy and technology that will power our universities, tradeschools, and companies – and drive growth in upskilling certifications.   Most teachers had little experience with online teaching when […]

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How Districts and Schools Have Been Adapting to Keeping Parents Engaged
December 8, 2020

Daniel Litwin hosts Vlada Lotkina, CEO & Co-founder of ClassTag, to discuss how districts and schools have been adapting to keep parents engaged. ClassTag is a free Parent Teacher Communication App that connects teachers and families to meet communication needs for remote, blended, hybrid and in-person learning. Vlada is passionate about supporting teachers, parents […]

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Verizon Innovative Learning Expands to Offer 3M+ Teachers Free Tools for Digital Education
December 1, 2020

As the ongoing pandemic continues to exacerbate the digital divide in America and increase barriers to digital learning, Verizon is increasing its investment in support of remote learning with the launch of new programs to benefit technology-integrated instruction: Teacher Training Pathways and a new offering to bring connectivity to more students in under-resourced schools. Developed under the Verizon Innovative […]

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