Master of Education in Inspired Teaching and Learning

March 26, 2020

The Master of Education in Inspired Teaching and Learning with a Multiple or Single Subjects Teaching Credential and internship option is designed for candidates who are dedicated to inspiring all K-12 learners by emphasizing: social emotional thriving, meaningful academic achievement, and equitable and inclusive learning communities. The program and courses meet the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) requirements for a Preliminary Multiple or Single Subjects teaching credential, and meet requirements for a master’s degree.

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Global development of AI-based education

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

AI-based education is still developing and not yet fully mature. While AI is a hot topic, application of this technology in education industry requires longterm efforts. The initial stage of AI application in education focuses on planning and tentative exploration. Since Allen Newell and Herbert Simon from Carnegie Mellon University invented Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the 1950s, it has evolved to address problems of probabilistic and numeric nature, leading to the incorporation of approaches from mathematics.

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Nutanix Frame Streamlines Distance Learning

whitePaper | June 1, 2021

Colleges and universities everywhere are preparing for a world in which distance learning has become a critical capability and an important differentiator in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. While providing a substitute for in-person lectures is important, successful distance learning also means ensuring that students have access to the computing services and applications they need. The ability to deliver a good user experience is essential.

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The Science of Reading Tools and Resources to Support Your Literacy Instruction

whitePaper | July 17, 2020

Teaching reading is a complex process that incorporates decades of research into how students learn and how reading should be taught. Educators understand that teaching students to read fluently is the key to their overall academic success. We know more today about how children learn to read, causes of reading difficulties and how to prevent them, and the essential components of effective reading instruction than ever before.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING IN THE METAVERSE

whitePaper | April 30, 2022

You’ve likely seen the word Metaverse in the media. The opportunities for this “next iteration of the internet” are exciting, especially for learning. In the Metaverse, we imagine students building skills and exploring in shared virtual spaces without the boundaries of the physical world.

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Designing ProjectBased Learning Curricula

whitePaper | May 30, 2022

Project-based learning (PBL) is an inquiry-based approach that aims to engage students in challenging, active, and meaningful experiences connected to the world outside the classroom (Baines et al., 2021a). Project-based learning can improve student performance on traditional measures of academic achievement, build social and emotional learning skills, and engage students in deeper learning. This means focusing on higher-order think-ing and skills that will help students succeed in college, their future careers, and their lives as active members of their communities. The alignment of PBL and deeper learning is supported by a growing body of evidence that PBL has a significant positive impact on student learning and other outcomes of deeper learning (Duke et al., 2021; Deutscher et al., 2021; Krajcik et al., 2021; Saavedra et al., 2021). This paper will provide guidance for those who are designing curricula1 to achieve similar goals through project-based learning.

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Through the Gaggle Lens: The State of Student Safety

whitePaper | August 11, 2020

Gaggle's annual student safety report highlights key trends in harmful student behavior during the 2019–2020 school year. This report reveals the frequency of these behaviors among students nationwide so K-12 leaders are aware of these threats and can take steps to address them.

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