Monthly Archives: March 2013

Auburn’s Data Shows (Again) The Positive Impact of iPads

Our School Committee wants to know if there has been an impact of having iPads in the primary grades classrooms, and there has been! In fact, we recently presented those findings to the School Committee. All our primary grades students … Continue reading

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Is Project-Based Learning Supported by Research?

I'm surprised at how often I still get asked if Project-Based Learning (PBL) is supported by research (I guess this very old approach is still new to many folks…). The good news is that there is strong evidence that when … Continue reading

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Getting Girls Interested in Science

How can we get more girls (especially middle grades girls!) interested in science, technology, engineering, and math? So maybe we should be working to insure that our middle grades programs feature hands-on science and technology activities, field trips, role models, … Continue reading

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