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We are days away from the first day of school, and thought this would be a great time to recommend some apps for freshening your devices and supporting digital learning.  We were impressed with this list from because it suggests apps that encourage creation, 
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Embedded within the Reggio Emilia philosophy is the role of parents as an active part of their children’s learning experience.  According to Dr. Lella Gandini, the United States liaison for the dissemination of the Reggio Emilia approach, “Parents are not considered consumers but co-responsible partners.  
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Carrying over from Tuesday’s post, we have more great apps to share with you today.  These learning apps focus on improving executive functioning skills in students. Executive function allows us to: Make plans Keep track of time and finish work on time Keep track of 
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Hello Inquiring Minds Readers, This week we’re featuring some very resourceful lists of learning apps that we believe parents and educators will find valuable.  The list was compiled by a group of writers over at Education Next ~ and we would like to thank them 
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Inquiring Minds discovered this list created by Ron Ritchhart, and thought they would resonate with many parents. These aren’t ‘apps’ in the ‘download from iTunes’ sense of the word; but rather are approaches for parents wishing to strengthen connections for their children’s learning and understanding.  
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Technology has many benefits; and at times these benefits can be quite simply, revolutionary.  Just the other day in the office, our Head of School exclaimed with great enthusiasm, “I LOVE my Pinterest button!”  Of course, this may have little meaning to some of you, 
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