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Arithmagic – A Math App – Education Article

Games are a great way to learn and review subjects like math. Arithmagic combines the fun of defeating monsters with math skills through an app that’s available in both the Google Play Store and the Apple Store.  Created by a Canadian game designer and a Canadian artist, this game offers 70 different levels of play available in both a challenging and a relaxed mode, requiring players to defeat monsters through quick thinking addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division combinations. Similar to…

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Who Sharpens You? – STORIES FROM SCHOOL AZ – Education Article

As Iron Sharpens Iron, so One person sharpens another. Proverbs 27:17 Teachers are members of learning communities. Core Proposition 5, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. I have had the privilege of participating in multiple small communities of learning groups. As I reflect on the places I have grown, one common thread runs through all of them: community. In-depth Bible studies District level Music teachers’ PLC Board member for state music educator’s association Arizona Hope Street Teacher Fellowship National Board…

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TiePlay Educational Resources LLC: Best Internet Teacher Freebies – Education Article

   What teacher doesn’t like free teaching supplies? Even though most of us have been trained to make our own teaching materials, it’s great not having to spend extra time finding them on the Internet, or creating them ourselves.  Instead, we can spend more time on planning fun learning activities for students. These last few weeks, I have been out there searching for freebies to add to my repertoire. Here are some of the top teaching materials and videos that I’ve…

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Teaching Slavery Properly – Urban Education Mixtape – Education Article

American public schools do a poor job teaching the history of American slavery to children. That is probably true of private schools too. I would also say that the majority of history teachers and administrators, the majority of whom are White, lack a comprehensive knowledge of American slavery. They may have read an article here and watch a movie there, but their comprehensive knowledge is limited. If that weren’t true, the case for slave reparations for Black people would be discussed…

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Judith Dawson obituary | Education

My friend and former colleague Judith Dawson, who has died aged 67 of cancer, was, in the words of her partner, Louise Osmond, “best friend, best fun, best ranter, best raver”. And so say I; and so say all of her many friends. Judith was perhaps best known as a distinguished senior political correspondent on Sky News, but I met her when she worked as a producer and then political correspondent at Independent Radio News. I fell in love with…

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Edublogs Explains How to Handle Student Blogs at the End of the Year – Education Article

The end of the school year will be here before too long. For many of you it’s only about six weeks away. If you and your students have been blogging along this year, you might be wondering what you should do with those blogs when the year ends. Do you leave them floundering in the Internet winds? Do you delete all of the posts? Do you password protect all of the content? Or should you download the content and turn…

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A Look at Private Higher Education in the UK – Education Article

The vast majority of higher education in the United Kingdom (UK) has been delivered by public universities and colleges. The titles “University” and “University College” are legally protected, as are degree awarding powers, and these, until recently, have been exclusively located in the public sector. The University of Buckingham, the first, and for decades the only private university, was not awarded the title until 1983.  Yet there has long been a private higher education sector in the UK, made up…

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Film Club: ‘Another Kind of Girl’ – Education Article

How can a challenging experience make a person stronger? “Another Kind of Girl” is a 10-minute film that touches on themes of courage, resilience and speaking one’s truth. It is filmed and narrated by Khaldiya, a 17-year-old Syrian refugee living in a refugee camp in Jordan. She describes what her life inside the camp is like and how the experience has changed her and her family. Students 1. Watch the short film above. While you watch, you might take notes…

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Mumps Cases At Indiana University More Than Double In A Week Amid Outbreak – Education Article

As the nation grapples with a measles outbreak, the number of mumps cases at Indiana University has more than doubled since last week, school officials said, with similar outbreaks occurring at Temple University and Penn State University. As of Thursday morning, there are 17 mumps cases at the Bloomington campus, up from seven last week. More than half of the cases have been linked to a single fraternity, which is where the disease is believed to have originated back in…

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* NEW * Explorer Drawer Labels – Education Article

How do I use Explorer Drawer Labels? Use these lovely explorer-themed editable labels to save a tremendous amount of time. Great for a variety of uses around your classroom or at home. Why not check out our full range of themes to find the perfect one for your classroom? Other versions? This resource is available in Standard, Super Eco Colour and Editable.Suggest a new version of this resource This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by info@twinkl.co.uk…

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Improving Autism Education with Community—And Robots – Education Article

By: Dr. Lisa Raiford Like other educational institutions in the country, we’ve seen rapid growth in the number of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in South Carolina’s public schools. In South Carolina, in fact, we’re serving twice as many students with ASD as we were five years ago. Of course, that influx puts quite a strain on the organizations and the teachers that serve them directly. As the Education Associate for autism with the South Carolina Department of Education…

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How to teach your students to think before they post – Education Article

Let’s start with the obvious: Kids make mistakes. It’s a normal—and important—part of growing up. But today, with smartphones, cameras, and social media everywhere, anything they do can be instantly broadcast and recorded—the good, the bad, and the ugly. In our 24/7 digital world, kids come of age, learn, and make mistakes just like they always have, but the stakes are so much higher than in generations past. So what does this mean for kids’ futures? As teachers, we know…

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How to Become a Teacher in Ohio – Education Article

There is now one more way to become a teacher in Ohio. Our national nonprofit program was made available in Ohio for the first time in November of 2018, allowing people to study online to become teachers. This addition of an alternative path to teacher certification was in response to the growing teacher shortage and strong evidence from other states (which already offered the American Board program) that alternatively trained teachers did as well as or better than traditionally trained…

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Are You An Edupreneur? – Education Article

 In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, we welcome Podcaster and Documentarian Dr. Will Deyamport on the program to discuss the new documentary “The Edupreneur.”  If you are interested in learning more about creating a marketable brand for yourself, I highly recommend checking out this video featuring Angela Maiers, Thomas Murray, Eric Scheninger, Robyn Jackson… The post Are You An Edupreneur? appeared first on The TeacherCast Educational Network. This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Jeffrey…

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For the love of God, let the students sleep…start school later! – Education Article

Furthermore, the RAND Corporation predicts that later school start times would benefit the economy in just two short years! Yes, they do take into consideration the costs of more buses, bus drivers, and increased lighting of athletic fields. However, they cite the cost-benefit analysis in the positive direction. Many teachers have been investigating the issue of sleep recently. Teachers in the Liverpool Central School District, north of Syracuse, NY, took on sleep for a leadership project. In the following video, they make…

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Joining a union – essential or personal choice? – Education Article

In a recent blog on theeducator.com, my colleague and fellow writer Rachel Andersson outlined five excellent reasons for joining a teaching union. These included support, legal advice, professional development and a couple of less common reasons – the advice and help a union can offer with regards to sickness benefits plus the fringe financial benefits membership opens up, discounts and suchlike. It was a strong case. But the question is still begged whether joining a union is a must do…

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