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The Official Thinking Maps Blog

Fulfilling the Promise of Personalized Learning

Posted on  February 01, 2018  by  Laura Sammons
“Personalized learning” is one of the hottest buzzwords in education. It is one of the most-cited initiatives that schools say they plan to implement, and a Google search turns up more than 23 million results. But what do we really
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Creating a Culture of Psychological Safety at School

Posted on  December 05, 2017  by  Shannon Beutler
With well-publicized company perks and great salaries, Google consistently ranks as one of the best companies to work for. Many, including myself, consider teaching to be one of the most important professions on the planet, and educators certainly deserve the
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Creating a Cohesive School Culture

Posted on  September 26, 2017  by  Thought Leaders
By Alexa Sorden, Founding Principal of Concourse Village Elementary School, NYC   At Concourse Village Elementary School, our school motto is “it takes a village to educate a child.” To get the best results, everyone in the village needs to
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Better Together: Thoughts on Recovery from Irma and Harvey

Posted on  September 19, 2017  by  James Dean
James Dean is a fellow Floridian and has represented Thinking Maps for 17 years.  Prior to that James was a Palm Beach County mathematics coordinator and classroom teacher.  He shares his thoughts on the recent hurricane and the many communities
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