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    Districts Leverage $300,000 Matching Grant Program to Improve Flexible Learning and Address Social Justice

    Recipients receive services from BetterLesson to ensure continuity of learning and resilient pedagogy implementation.
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    Leadership Lessons: How to Use Data to Self-Reflect and Build Trust with Educators

    When schools were turned upside down during the pandemic, education leaders needed to react quickly. In times of crisis, the urgency to make[...]
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    Student Voice: In Planning for Next Year, We Need it More Than Ever

    As schools start to plan for next school year, student voice must be at the forefront of this conversation. Despite our longing to return to[...]
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    Co-Teaching: Strategies that Work in Hybrid Models and Beyond

    The co-teaching model can transform the general education classroom into a more inclusive environment where students receive remediation,[...]
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    What Have We Learned in the Past Year? Reflections from Educators

    One year ago at this time, the world was shutting down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked our 2020 BetterLesson bloggers — instructional[...]
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    How a Simple Nature Journal Practice Can Nurture Student Engagement in Any Subject

    “I’m just alive and paying attention. The amount of information I can discover and wonder is infinite.” — John Muir Laws, Naturalist Educator  
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    BetterLesson Appoints Seasoned Educational Technology Leader Matt Kennard as CEO

    Kennard joins BetterLesson as the company enters stage of exponential growth and looks to scale and optimize business operations.
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    Re-Engaging Students Through Telling Their Stories, Sparking their Creativity

    Question: How can I re-engage my students? I fear that I am not connecting with some of my students after so much time in distance learning. 
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    Leadership Coaching: What It’s Like, Why it Matters

    Leadership in the midst of a global pandemic is no easy task. From research-backed instructional practices to meeting the needs of all learners and[...]
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    Teaching Math Isn't Just About Numbers. It's About Us.

    February is Black History Month. However, educators should not limit their focus onor inclusion of Black voices to just this month. Culturally[...]
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