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Thomas Arnett
Senior education researcher Future of teaching and disruptive innovation in K-12. Former teacher and fellow.
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Thomas Arnett Sep 5
FYI - is offering grants focused on advancing mastery learning. These grants include $10,000 + consulting support.
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Thomas Arnett Aug 30
Replying to @Kareemfarah23
I’m keeping this in mind as we’re working on a project now on district’s curriculum adoption. For the district we’ve interviewed, standards alignment is such a big focus.
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Thomas Arnett Aug 30
Replying to @Kareemfarah23
This point is one of the major findings we had when studying teacher motivation to adopt new practices.
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Thomas Arnett Aug 27
I think teachers who make online videos to flip or flex their classrooms are like people who use a washing machine and robot vacuum to have more time to spend with their families.
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Thomas Arnett Aug 26
Is personalized learning about using technologies that adapt to students' needs? Or is learning with edtech the opposite of personal? My take:
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Education Week Tech Leader Aug 21
"Schools are becoming aware of the need for and supports, … but we're still in a very early stage of figuring out how to do that really well," says .
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Thomas Arnett Aug 16
My latest post: Automation could be good or bad for teachers. It all depends on what we expect it to do for us.
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Thomas Arnett Aug 12
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Thomas Arnett Aug 7
There is a new paradigm for thinking about the purpose of . Vote for my panel to learn key strategies use to make work, and the “offline” practices it enables to make teaching more personal.
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Thomas Arnett Aug 7
There is a new paradigm for thinking about the purpose of . Vote for my panel to learn key strategies use to make work, and the “offline” practices it enables to make teaching more personal.
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Thomas Arnett Aug 7
"When we prioritize the how over the what, we think about technology more critically."
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Thomas Arnett Aug 6
How do those in imagine ? What are the barriers that keep innovative design approaches from scaling? Vote for my campfire conversation to share ideas on how to successfully transform .
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Thomas Arnett Jul 25
Does your use of expand your teaching capacity or merely enhance your current practices? Check out my piece on with
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Thomas Arnett Jul 18
Time: a critical school resource that is too often taken as given. Great to see ⁦⁩ helping schools think more strategically about time.
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Thomas Arnett Jul 18
My latest piece challenges the notion that edtech is inherently isolating. In truth it can either strengthen or erode human connection, depending on how it gets used.
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Thomas Arnett Jul 17
Want to help students develop their social capital? Come join our team!
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Thomas Arnett Jul 16
Excited to share how tech can amplify teachers at , Nov. 4-6 in San Francisco.
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Thomas Arnett Jun 24
Great insights from ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ on how tech can and should amplify teachers’ capacity to connect w/ students.
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Thomas Arnett Jun 20
Replying to @mweinraub87
Good question. I don’t have a good answer, but I think it’s something smart people should try to figure out.
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Thomas Arnett Jun 17
Hi Dr. Cantu, I'm reaching out to find out if you'd be willing to participate in a research study on curriculum. I tried sending an email but the message bounced. Please let me know if you'd be interested.
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