Student Success: 3 of 5


Student Success: Supporting Articles Validating the need for Student Success, Part 3 of 5education reform

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I have compiled for you, the following, credible, research driven, third party resources

My focus is research proven, individual, deep learning, transfer and application of must know information, that results in individual, sustained, performance improvement outcomes

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The Education Reform Challenge Question: What should we do to create a strong US education system that works for all, that improves student outcomes and enables our country to regain its leadership position in the field of education?

My Submitted, Proposed, Education Reform Solution; Your comments are encouraged

Most ed-tech startups suck! Here’s where they’re going wrong. Reynol Junco is a Faculty Associate at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University

Reimagining Learning: Richard Culatta
Richard Culatta is the Deputy Director of the Office of Educational Technology at the US Department of Education
Fixing Schools
Katherine Merseth of the Harvard Grad School of Ed

Learning Strategies in 2012+

Building Motivation, Instilling Grit: The Necessity of Mastery-Based, Digital Learning

Find out what the experts are suggesting for advanced, individual, deep, long term, learning, transfer and application

Education Reform: Compiled by Tom McDonald, McDonald Sales and Marketing, LLC

87. Teacher Performance Improvement:

88. Success Stories:

  • Corporate Education and Adult Learners:

89. Math Exit Exam, GRAD, Causing Division at Minnesota Schools

90. Education Department Proposes Changes for Investing in Innovation

91. Principal and other Leader Performance Improvement

92. U.S. Senate Subcommittee Hears Testimony on School-to-Prison Pipeline

93. 5 Ways Technology Will Impact Higher Ed in 2013

94. K-12, Higher Education Unite to Align Learning

95. How to promote literacy skills in the digital age

96. Common Core

97. ‘Flipped Classrooms’, Khan Academy and Blended Learning: (Web categories with multiple posts; lower left, page bottoms, click ‘older entries’ for additional posts)

98. Special Education:

99. Learning Software & Learning Technology

100. The MetaData Initiative

101. Keep it in the family: Home schooling is growing ever faster

102. Science

103. Math

104. English Language Arts

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