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Coaching Advice from a Fuse Fellow

Coaching Advice from a Fuse Fellow Val Seveney teaches Grade 1 at Melville Elementary School in Portsmouth, RI. She is a Cohort 4 Fuse Fellow supporting Jamestown Public Schools. Be sure to follow her on Twitter @ValSeveney! During Year 1 of the Fuse Fellowship, we ask Fellows to complete Monthly Missions, assignments that may consist…

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Celebrating our First Ever #FuseFellowChat

Celebrating our First Ever #FuseFellowChat Last Tuesday, February 6, 2018, marked our first ever cross-Fellowship Twitter chat. Using the hashtag #FuseFellowChat, the evening brought together Fellows, point-people, and other educators influenced by the 4 Fellowship programs across the country that are utilizing the Fuse model. These include: Fuse RI, our flagship program founded in 2014…

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Fuse RI Alumni Tour: Jessie Butash

Fuse RI Alumni Tour Spotlight: Jessie Butash The Fuse Alumni Tour continues in 2018! We’re visiting Cohort 1 and Cohort 2 alumni around the state to catch up with them in their current roles and spotlight their work. Follow the hashtag #FuseRIAlumniTour for more updates. Jessie Butash is the Middle School Principal & Director of…

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Fuse RI Alumni Tour Spotlight: Heather Neil

Fuse RI Alumni Tour Spotlight: Heather Neil The Fuse Alumni Tour continues in 2018! We’re visiting Cohort 1 and Cohort 2 alumni around the state to catch up with them in their current roles and spotlight their work. Follow the hashtag #FuseRIAlumniTour for more updates. Heather Neil is the Blended/Personalized Learning Coach for the Woonsocket Education…

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Fuse RI Alumni Tour Spotlight: Tracey Kareemo

Fuse RI Alumni Tour Spotlight: Tracey Kareemo The Fuse Alumni Tour continues in 2018! We’re visiting Cohort 1 and Cohort 2 alumni around the state to catch up with them in their current roles and spotlight their work. Follow the hashtag #FuseRIAlumniTour for more updates. Tracey Kareemo teaches Grades 4 at Nathanael Greene Elementary School…

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In the News: ABLE OC Fellowship

In the News: ABLE OC Fellowship   In the spring of 2017, the Diocese of Orange County California launched its Advancing Blended Learning Education Fellowship. Known as ABLE OC, this program adapts Fuse RI’s statewide model by instead matching Fellows with partner schools within the diocese. Bringing ABLE OC to life is the vision of…

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The Fuse Fellowship is Expanding

The Fuse Fellowship is Expanding Massachusetts: here we come! We are excited to officially announce the launch of Fuse MA, in partnership with The Education Cooperative (TEC). We are currently recruiting Fuse Partner Districts and Fuse Fellows in the Bay State, with an eye toward kicking off our work on the ground in mid-January. This new program…

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Shawn Rubin receives iNACOL 2017 Award

Shawn Rubin receives iNACOL 2017 Award   On October 25, 2017, iNACOL recognized two outstanding leaders as recipients of the 2017 iNACOL Innovator Awards at the iNACOL Symposium in Orlando, Florida. The two awards are Outstanding Individual Contribution to Personalized Learning and iNACOL Teacher of the Year. We are proud to announce that Shawn Rubin,…

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Leading Personalized Learning Workshop Open for Registration

Leading Personalized Learning Workshop Open for Registration Calling all school and district leaders! On July 27, in partnership with Highlander Institute’s Fuse RI program, join RI-based leaders in a workshop focused on blended and personalized learning. This event is free for building-level leaders, but space is limited. Register here for free! Read on for more…

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Light a Fuse: How one state’s teachers are sparking digital innovation

Light a Fuse: How one state’s teachers are sparking digital innovation The nation’s smallest state aims to be a national incubator for technology in the classroom Originally published June 7, 2017 in The Hechinger Report by Nichole Dobo PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Dozens of teachers hovered around a group of students gathered in the center of a…

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