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The more innovative I have become, the less classroom management I have to deal with.
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“The more innovative I have become, the less classroom management I have to deal with.”
—George Couros

“Students (and adults) today now need to take every post, tweet, or website with a grain of salt.”
—Carl Hooker

“Always have a Plan B, even if that takes the form of printed copies of your presentation.”
—Terry Freedman

“Mobility is emerging as the next wave of innovation in K-12 makerspaces.”
—Laura Fleming

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