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Moving to College: How I coped with the unexpected – USAMoving to College: How I coped with the unexpected – Education Article

“Moving away is easy,” everyone said. I was told that a lot before I moved away for college, but it definitely was not true for me. As I began my college journey, I moved from Colorado to Arizona – a short yet drastic move. I had this fantasy that going to college out of state would be amazing. I would be able to get out of the cold, away from my parents, make a fresh start. Little did I know,…

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What Are You Learning About Your Students During the Lesson? | – Education Article

Teachers often focus on what students will learn during a lesson. Rarely, do we stop and ask ourselves, “What will I learn about what my students know or can do during this lesson?” This is a critical question that teachers should ask themselves as they design the parts of their lesson. We need to build in mechanisms into our lessons to collect formative assessment data. In my previous post, I focused on strategies teachers can use before a lesson to…

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A Winning Combination for Assistive Learning – Education Article

I am a huge fan of Buncee. The following is a guest post by Rachelle Dene Poth (@Rdene915), Spanish and STEAM Teacher at Riverview High School in PA. For several years, Buncee has been one of my favorite creation tools; both for personal use and for classroom instruction. While there are many digital tools to choose from when it comes to teaching and having our students create, Buncee’s versatility and ease-of-use make it a go-to tool for all creative needs.…

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US academic given two weeks to pack up after eight years | Education

After eight years researching music history at Glasgow University, Elizabeth Ford hoped her request for a visa extension would sail through this summer. Instead, the Home Office gave the American academic two weeks to pack up her life and leave the country. Ford has held a research fellowship at Edinburgh University – which, like Glasgow is in the elite Russell Group – and is due to begin a new research fellowship at Oxford University. But this is in jeopardy after…

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Educating for Impending Careers – Education Article

The vast majority of us in the United States were educated as children and young adults so that we could succeed both as citizens sustaining our democratic way of life and as productive workers able to sustain ourselves and our families economically. For the most part the combination of public and private K-12 schools and higher education universities and colleges have served us quite well. We are by and large a well educated and constructive populace. But can we rely…

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Hands-On Learning: A Day at the Zoo – Education Article

Taking your student to the zoo is a great way to engage with them outside of the classroom and enjoy a hands-on learning experience together. Use this the guide below to make your trip engaging, educational, and enjoyable. Before your visit: Read a book about your child’s favorite animal to learn more about where it lives, what they eat, and what the animal sounds like. Watch videos online of the animals in their habitat. Ask your student about what he…

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The Case for Using Comics in Your Classroom – Education Article

As a teacher, one of the best parts of using technology in my classroom was giving students more ways to demonstrate their learning. Students can share the story of their learning with comics in lots of ways. Elementary school-aged students might use comics within a narrative writing unit or high school students learning about the American Revolution. The possibilities are endless! Earlier this year the team at Pixton EDU reached out to share their comic maker for kids. I thought it…

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Should America’s Teachers Consider Moving to Teach Overseas? – Education Rickshaw – Education Article

Followers of this website will know that Education Rickshaw is a blog on teaching and living overseas. My wife Stephanie and myself, both raised attending public schools Tacoma, Washington, were teachers at a Native American school before “taking the plunge” and moving to teach at an international school in Vietnam. Since then, we’ve taught in Khartoum, Sudan, and are now teaching in an international school in China. There are a lot of benefits to moving to teach in international schools…

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I arranged my office furniture so colleagues could not stop to talk | Jonathan Wolff | Education

Folkore has it that the reason why the academic year is punctuated with a long summer break is to allow students to return home to help with the harvest. I suppose there must be a few students who still do this, but, frankly, it would seem to be something of a minority pursuit. These days the main purpose of the break is to allow universities to maximise their commercial revenue through summer rentals, and to provide purveyors of stationery a…

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Green Deal Advisor Training – Get Involved – Education Article

The government has invested millions of pounds to train people to become Green Deal Advisors. What with all this money being invested into a new environmental scheme, what we all really want to know is what is a Green Deal Advisor, and what does Green Deal Training involve? What does Green Deal training enable you to do? Well the training ultimately enables you to go into households and improve their energy efficiencies, through the support and information provided through the…

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HuffPost is now a part of Oath – Education Article

HuffPost is now part of the Oath family. We (Oath) and our partners need your consent to access your device, set cookies, and use your data, including your location, to understand your interests, provide relevant ads and measure their effectiveness. Oath will also provide relevant ads to you on our partners’ products. … This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Read Full Article

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How to Reach Bilingual Students @coolcatteacher – Education Article

Dania Santana, author of the bilingual children’s book, Sebastian’s Game Day Surprise, and multicultural parenting expert, shares how we can reach bilingual students. She discusses the current thought on best supporting bilingual students. Listen to Dania Santana Subscribe to the Show   Get Credit! Some schools, districts, and organizations allow credit for listening to podcasts. Whether they do or don’t, to get the most out of listening you can use this Podcast PD Template Hyperdoc. Just make a copy and adapt…

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What Kind of A—hole Ransoms School Data? – Education Article

 You’ve got to be a grade A sleaze bag to steal from kids’ public schools.   But that’s exactly what a growing number of slime balls are doing when they hack into schools’ computer networks and hold their data for ransom.   Even worse – districts are paying it!   Just this week the Rockville Center School District in New York state paid an $88,000 ransom to get back files that had been encrypted by Ryuk ransomware.   The district…

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The private school system is ‘morally rotten’. This could be the moment for its downfall | Melissa Benn | Education

Could we be nearing what the social historian David Kynaston calls “a long overdue historic moment”? Kynaston, a private school critic, says: “The temper of the times is anti-elitist. We have yet another old-Etonian prime minister as well as a cabinet two-thirds privately educated, and the resources gap between the highly funded private sector and the starved state sector has become grotesque … the current dispensation is morally rotten.” This sense of having reached a tipping point is echoed in…

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Can You Still Teach Overseas Without a Degree? – Education Article

It seems as though I get an email asking that question in an email almost every week. The answer is a ‘qualified’ yes… for now. More and more countries are not granting work/teaching visas to anyone unless they have a degree. Some countries are more bureaucratic than others. Here is an example: In Thailand, where I taught for 14 years, three ministries are involved in the process: Education, Immigration and Labour. You can’t teach officially without all of their stamps…

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Field’s Top Young Scholar Asks, Why Don’t More Women Study Economics? – Education Article

Emi Nakamura, who comes from a family of economists, won this year’s John Bates Clark Medal for the best American in her field under age 40. The Chronicle talked with her about gender imbalance in the discipline despite positive changes over time.  This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by By Heidi Landecker Read Full Article

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