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What Does Blended Learning Look Like in an AP Class? – Education Article

Can teachers who are teaching an AP course use blended learning models and cover the extensive curriculum? I get asked this question frequently as a blended learning coach. My answer is a resounding “Yes!” In this guest post, Cori Schwarzrock shares her experience using blended learning models in her AP psychology course. Over the past few years, I have been involved in the implementation of blended learning in my district. I teach AP Psychology, blended and traditional, at a high…

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Free period products to be available in schools and colleges in England | Education

Tampons, sanitary pads and other period products will be made freely available to all state schools and colleges in England starting next week, with the launch of a scheme funded by the Department for Education. The scheme follows the government’s commitment last year to pay for sanitary products for primary and secondary schools, in an effort to tackle “period poverty”, which can cause girls from low-income families to missschool. “We know that it is not easy for everyone to access…

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Changing Map of Central Europe – Education Article

Definite Article, Collocations, TV and Video | Views: 1,133 | Level: Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate | 5 out of 5, rated by 1 teachers | The worksheet is based on the video that describes the rise and fall of countries in central Europe before, during, and after World War II. The tasks include pronunciation focus on the consonant sounds, vocabulary of the tasks introduces the names of countries and nations (e.g. Romania-Romanian; the Czechs). There is a separate grammar task that focuses…

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How to Teach Copyright and Fair Use to Students – Education Article

What does it look like to prepare students to navigate the digital world? This is a question I often tackle in both in my own moments of brainstorming and searching for new resources to share, as well as in conversations with fellow educators. Finding the right resources for teaching students the basics of copyright— including its limitations such as fair use—is essential. We want to make sure students are prepared to work and create in digital and traditional spaces, too.…

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Behaviour battleground: isolation booths divide opinion among teachers | Education

The use of isolation booths in state schools has become one of the most contentious issues among teachers in England, even if public concern over pupil behaviour has faded from the headlines since the 1990s. Social media has become an almost nightly battleground between teachers with conflicting views on behaviour management and the use of internal exclusion or removal rooms within schools, where disruptive pupils are taken out of class and sent to study elsewhere under supervision. What the debate…

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Beating the Beginning of the Semester Scaries – USABeating the Beginning of the Semester Scaries – Education Article

There’s no better feeling than the relief of finals being over, the comfort of spending time with friends and family, and knowing there is no possibility you could be forgetting about an assignment for class over the break. Between celebrating traditions, being able to sleep in, and having an excuse to make yourself a guest in your own home, it’s safe to say adjusting to the “back home baller” lifestyle is one we all look forward to.  Once the excitement…

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5 Ways to Find Project Based Learning Ideas @coolcatteacher – Education Article

Project-Based Learning is a powerful tool. Today’s show gives us ideas for where we can find new and innovative project ideas and create them ourselves. Dr. Jennifer Pieratt, author of “Keep it Real with PBL” for both elementary and secondary students, shares how she finds many of the project ideas that she creates and shares at crafted curriculum. Today’s Sponsor is Advancement Courses. Now is the time to plan your professional development with Advancement Courses. They offer over 240 online…

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When school is an isolation cubicle with three toilet breaks a day | Education

Six days a week Brendan, 17, leaves at six in the morning for his job on a building site and doesn’t get home until tea time. It’s his first job and he is loving it. “I am very, very proud of him,” says his mother. But it could have turned out very differently. Brendan left his academy trust school in Normanton, West Yorkshire, without any GCSEs, having spent much of his time in an isolation cubicle, banned from talking to…

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HuffPost is now a part of Verizon Media – Education Article

HuffPost is now part of the Verizon Media family. We (Verizon Media) 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. Verizon Media 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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8 Tips For Sharing Your Blog Posts On Twitter – The Edublogger – Education Article

So you’ve been busy working on a blog post and you’re finally ready to hit the publish button. Fantastic! One problem: just because you publish a post, doesn’t mean anyone will know about it or read it. You need to make sure you share your work with people who want to read it or might be interested in discovering your writing.  There are two great ways to do this. The first is by having an email list. Not long ago,…

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Koizumi is first of Japan’s top ministers to take paternity leave | World news

Japan’s environment minister has announced that he will take paternity leave when his first child is born this month, the first time a cabinet minister in the country has publicly committed to such a move. Shinjirō Koizumi, a media-savvy 38-year-old, married to a former television anchorwoman, told a ministry meeting it had been a difficult decision to balance his duties as minister and his desire to be with his newborn. “I want to take a total of two weeks off…

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Jennifer Hall Lee: In Pasadena, the Fund-Raising for Schools Reflects the Income Inequality in Society – Education Article

Jennifer Hall Lee is a parent activist in Pasadena, California. She wrote this article about the different amounts of money available to different types of schools in Pasadena. Remember that one of the goals of American public education is “equality of educational opportunity.” How is this possible when children in public schools do not have access to the resources as children in other kinds of schools in the same community? Here is an excerpt: Let’s look at a few of…

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Knocked up due to lack of a rubber | Brief letters | Education

Re your article on the dating of the Church of the Nativity (Church of the Nativity Jeopardy answer sparks Israel-Palestine storm, 13 January), the full and correct answer to the Jeopardy question is “the Roman province of Syria-Palestina”. As currently conceived, neither “Palestine” nor “Israel” existed at that time, and even Syria-Palestina ceased to exist by AD 390.Dr James AndersonHastings, New Zealand • I read that Oakham has a betting shop but there is opposition to McDonald’s there (Report, 15…

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Rainbow Video and Worksheet – Education Article

Colours, TV and Video | Views: 1,012 | Level: Elementary, Pre-Intermediate | 5 out of 5, rated by 1 teachers | This worksheet is all about the rainbow. With a poem, a video, a song, pictures and eight exercises. You can watch the video and read the poem. Then you can do the exercises (Circle the adjective, Circle the colours, Fill in the missing verbs, Make sentences, Match the words to their definition, Unscramble the words, etc.). Have fun!!  …

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