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Tablets: Tools for learning or distracting toys?

Classrooms have come a long way since the days of pencils, paper and textbooks. Now many school districts are trading those tools in for new ones — the latest tablets and laptops, to be exact. So what kind of impact is all this technology having on students, for better...

source: By Cait Harrison
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Building a comprehensive risk management plan can feel daunting. This two-day training is a great for administrators who run outdoor or adventure travel programs; the course walks participants through a framework for developing risk management in the following key areas:...

source: NOLS

Congratulations to AEE member Micah L.! Micah was randomly selected from everyone who participated recently on CollaboratEE, AEE's new online community. Micah will receive free conference registration to this year's conference in Minneapolis! And to all our participants,...

source: AEE

Add to your conference experience by participating in a pre-conference. We have some really exciting options this year! Creating a continuum of impact across divergent populations (TAPG) Mississippi River Day Canoe Trip NOLS Risk Management Training Open World Learning...

source: AEE

Learn how to prepare children for the path to success by exploring the neuroscience of social emotional health. Join us for AEE's next webinar, presented by Heather Bryant, M.Ed. and Michelle Kinder, M.Ed., LPC from the Momentous Institute. Webinar: Brain-Focused Strategies...

source: AEE

If you want to be a great leader, you must first become a great follower. Although it's rarely discussed, this is where almost all of history's greatest leaders got their start. I would likewise contend that history's worst leaders never learned to follow. As a result, they...

source: Michael Hyatt Intentional Leaderhip

There's no need for a desk full of pencils, notebooks and glue sticks: This fall, some young students will be going back to school in the woods and trails that wind through Montgomery County's Cabin John Regional Park. Nature Explorers, a new preschool program from Montgomery...

source: WTOP-FM


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