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Introduction to knowledge mobilization

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Improving Technology-Integrated Instruction in a Post-Pandemic World

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Leveraging Vulnerability for Antiracist Praxis with White Educators, Diane Codding

Whiteness is a pervasive problem in education. Through supporting institutional hierarchies and systemic racism, whiteness limits access to high quality learning experiences for students across the…

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Mapping the Third Space

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Leveraging Links

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Resource Optimization Toolkit

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Learner Variability

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UD Center for Secondary Teacher Education

The University of Delaware Center for Secondary Teacher Education highlights innovative teacher education programs across English, math, science, music, history and foreign language disciplines.

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About the Research Broker Network Meeting

An invitation to CRUE's Research Broker Network Meeting January 25-29, 2021.

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K-12 Online Learning (3)

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K-12 Online Learning

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Using SEL and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy to Support Conversations Around Anti-Racism (Part 1)

As schools begin this fall, educators have many challenges to address. Among thethings on educators’ minds are how to support their students’ social-emotionallearning and how to engage in…

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Connor Keefe discusses Tim Tingle's young adult novel How I Became A Ghost.

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Abby Kaye talks about Amitav Ghosh's novel The Shadow Lines.

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