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In this episode, Mike and Glen discuss Quizlet entering the digital content space, Computer Science Education Week and whether we should be concerned about the amount of screen time our students are getting. Our amazing guest this week is Lori Jackson co-founder of the Connections Model. Mike talks with Lori about the emerging thoughts in education surrounding social-emotional learning and self-regulation.
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