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Inverse Relationships: Project Based Subjects and Class Size

By: Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato A classroom containing 18–24 students appears to be the ideal number. Anything less and you lose the unique excitement that comes from a critical mass of engaged students. ~A Commentary and Review … Continue reading

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A CONTINUUM OF LEARNING

By Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato School administrators are often faced with complex decisions about curriculum, assessment, and the oversight of both. There is a myopic condition that can occur as conversations lead people into a spiral … Continue reading

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I had a STREAME(L)

I had a STEM, I mean STEAM, I mean STREAM, oh heck, I mean STREAME(L). It’s what happens when innovation meets institutions. We come up with catchy phrases and then glom everything onto it so it’s impossible to figure out … Continue reading

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