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Learn more about encouraging students to fail forward by visiting the ISTE Blog here: http://bit.ly/2aZXucA What does learning look like when students are given the freedom to fail? In this inaugural EdTekHub InnerView with Nicholas Provenzano, Brian Lewis explores this very question. Nicholas Provenzano, an English teacher and technology curriculum specialist at Grosse Pointe Public Schools in Michigan, is deeply familiar with failure in his own educational experience both as a young student and as an adult. It wasn’t until high school that he discovered that he is dyslexic and finally understood why math and reading were so challenging for him. But by this point, Provenzano was used to failure and learned that he had to be okay with it and learn from it. It is this attitude and a philosophy that failure can be an extremely useful educational tool that Provenzano strives to bring to his own students. Learn more about encouraging students to fail forward by visiting the EdTekHub here: http://bit.ly/2aZXucA

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