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August 13, 2019

There are lots of big changes to ImBlaze as we roll into the new school year.

Approve and Start

We know that sometimes life is faster than tech. With ImBlaze, Internship Coordinators can now send a requested opportunity straight to Start Pending or even start the internship. There is no reason that we should slow down kids getting out into the...

May 29, 2019

As we settle into June, summer is here! Internships are probably wrapping up, so it is worth getting your kids familiar with ending their internship in ImBlaze. Note that there are actually three ways that the internship end process can be activated:

1) Students can request to end their internships. The advisor (and soon IC's) can then approve...

To Reimagine the Future of Education, Innovation Isn’t Enough — We Need Inventions for an Entirely New Vision of Teaching and Learning

Innovations, like online learning platforms that let students navigate classwork at their own pace, are designed to make the current educational system more efficient. Inventions, by contrast, support an entire...

Tell us a bit about you, your school and internship program

Hey! I’m Emma Brassard and I am the school counselor at Leominster Center for Excellence. LCE is an Innovation school and a proud part of the Big Picture Learning network. This is my fourth year at LCE and although my title is “school counselor,” I serve many different roles. Hands do...

ImBlaze has been chosen as one of 30 finalists to compete in the Next Billion EdTech Prize, which recognizes the most innovative use of technology that has the potential to radically impact education in low income and emerging economies.

The 30 finalists will compete in a pitch contest taking place at the Global Education and Skills Forum (GES...

February 4, 2019

Happy New Year!

For all those folks who are planning ahead for the upcoming school year, we are excited to offer 5% off implementation and student licenses for both new and renewing schools. Offer expires March 1, 2019.

Contact Us to learn more.

January 28, 2019

Elizabeth Avrit is a junior student at Nashville Big Picture High School.

Tell us a bit about you, your school and internship program

My name is Tamasa Pinkerton and I am the Internship Coordinator and School Counselor at Nashville Big Picture High School in Nashville, Tennessee. This is my third year serving in this position. We currently...

January 2, 2019

Screen time isn't all bad: Technology can make invaluable connections for students


In 2018, screen time and bad parenting are practically becoming synonyms. But banning children from using technology simply because a handful of Silicon Valley elite are doing so is a dangerous trend to follow.

A recent New York Times art...

December 17, 2018

As Michael Godsey noted in The Deconstruction of the K-12 Teacher:

The relatively recent emergence of the Internet, and the ever-increasing ease of access to web, has unmistakably usurped the teacher from the former role as dictator of subject content.

Being the ‘Knowledge Facilitator’ is not Enough

Teachers are no longer directly responsible fo...

November 5, 2018

Heading to Austin next March? Check out this session!

Using the latest research and data, we will discuss how high school and college learning should not only focus on knowledge acquisition but also on building students' professional networks and situating their learning within real world relationships. Relying on the research of Julia Freela...

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