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Free webinar September 7: Digital Student Portfolios

Posted by on Aug 28, 2014 in PLPress | 0 comments

Join us for a free webinar: Digital Student Portfolios Join Matt Renwick, author of Digital Student Portfolios, Powerful Learning Practice CEO Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, and PLPress Managing Editor John Norton for a one-hour live webinar on September 7th at 7pm Eastern (New York) time. During this webinar, we’ll take a deeper look inside Matt’s new book Digital Student Portfolios. Whether you are just beginning or well on your way...

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A New Interactive Book about School Wide Digital Portfolios

Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in PLPress | 0 comments

Powerful Learning Press is pleased to announce the launch of a unique interactive book that can help educators create school wide digital portfolio programs that increase student engagement, improve formative assessment, and promote real-world learning. At Wisconsin principal Matt Renwick’s K-5 elementary school, digital portfolios are comprehensive collections of student work that teachers and their students curate and reflect upon on a...

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Free webinar: Happiness, Laughter and Positive Education

Posted by on Jul 14, 2014 in PLPress | 0 comments

What did one eye say to the other eye? “Between you and me something smells.” It’s Time to Lighten Up and Enjoy Learning! Join author Sue Stephenson, PLP CEO Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, and PLPress Managing Editor John Norton for a one-hour live webinar on August 3 at 7pm EDT. Sue Stephenson isn’t kidding around when she says educators need to lighten up and love what they do to create caring, healthy classrooms and even...

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Join us: Passionate Learners Live Webinar with author Pernille Ripp

Posted by on Jun 15, 2014 in PLPress | 0 comments

After several years of wondering why her own classroom didn’t match her vision of students driven by curiosity and passion, Pernille Ripp discovered that even the smallest changes can make monumental differences. Trusting yourself and your students and sharing the power of the classroom with them can lead to great teaching and learning even within the boundaries of our confining standards, testing obsessions and mandatory curriculums. In...

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