Educator CIRCLS

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Educator CIRCLS aims to bridge research with classroom practice and broaden the community of people involved in CIRCLS. We invite teachers to join us or share this information with teachers you think may be interested in joining. We are looking for a diverse group of classroom teachers who are interested in sharing their experiences implementing innovative learning technologies in their classroom. If you are interested in joining, please fill out this form.

We also invite readers of the blog to share feedback and ideas through comments. We hope this blog is a useful resource for people interested in the design and development of innovative learning technologies that are informed by and inform our understanding of the processes of learning.

Posts on this site are developed by individuals and small teams, and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. If you use content from this site, please cite the post and consider adding: “Used under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.”

Models for Science Learning: Answ...

Models for Science Learning: Answering the NGSS Call
A post about how exploring the mechanisms of different phenomena creates rich and transformative learning experiences for ourselves and our students.
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Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies ...

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We had the opportunity to talk to teacher Zélia Capitão-Tavares, an HP Teaching Fellow to learn more about what CRT looks like in her classroom
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Teacher Support Webinar Resources

Eduators, Artificial Intelligence, and the future of Learning
Resources to learn more about how AI can support teachers and classrooms.
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Educators, Artificial Intelligenc...

Eduators, Artificial Intelligence, and the future of Learning
Resources for Educators, AI, and the Future of Learning Webinars
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Artificial Intelligence in Educat...

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A Critical AI reading list focused on education and efforts to promote equity in the field.
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Pedagogy Really Matters

Pedagogy Really Matters
We all use pedagogies every day, but it may be something we do unintentionally. This is the first of a series of posts and is
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Data Science in Ambitious Mashups

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A growing trend within NSF projects is teaching students data science. The Ambitious Mashups report included data analysis by exploring data through games and the
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Introduction to Ambitious Mashups

Introduction to Ambitious Mashups
Read about what we have learned from looking at all the research on emerging technologies for teaching and learning over the past 10 years.
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