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It’s clear that teaching a strengths-based version of SEL into schools won’t succeed by putting more posters on the walls of classrooms.

Lee Banville, Editor at Games and Learning, sat down with Rod Berger to discuss the role of women in game-based learning. In the past, gaming was predominantly male

Neil Virani, Teacher Adviser, LAUSD Human Resources Division, and former special ed teacher, sat down to talk about the District Intern Program and his unique journey into the

Michele Eller, Director of Secondary Instruction and CTE at Eufaula City Schools, Alabama, sat down with Rod Berger to discuss changes and offerings in the Alabama school district.

Dr. Rod Berger recently spoke with Kindy Segovia, Assistive Technology Coordinator at Kent Intermediate School District, Grand Rapids, Michigan about the advances in technology that have made their way