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Student Engagement through Authentic Simulations

Our curriculum is fragmented and NCLB increases the focus on subject-specific content. Our students are left less-engaged in a school day that seem disconnected from the real world, and the real-world skills they will need as adults.

Tech simulations/games can engage students in holistic and authentic environments. Can we develop these so that they also allow teachers integrate content, stressed by NCLB?

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Combine Arts and Science/Technology curriculums

Arts education is often used as an enhancement to "core" curricula in Language Math and Technology. In reality the arts and creative activity deploys amazingly well-developed technology and science. From painting to digital animation to musical instruments the Arts is math and science, and artistic practice can be used to give students a window into applied math, technology, and science. Let's stop separating arts and ...more »

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Motivate, Engage, Empower ... MEE

Motivate, Engage, Empower ... MEE ... via Technology and Core Subject Content Motivate, engage, and empower translate as MEE, and this holistic approach to the student psyche will nurture the “id” of the individual via innovation and best practices inside and outside the classroom. To ensure student success: 1) innovation must comprise cognitive/creative planning that effectively melds core subject content with technological ...more »

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