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Unions unite to tell the government: Enough is enough – Education Article

There have been occasions in the past when the various teaching unions have shown solidarity and displayed a united front on certain issues. However, there is a real sense right now that unions are finally prepared to join forces and to genuinely unite like never before to send a clear and unequivocal message to the government: Enough is enough. Was the autumn budget the catalyst for change? The autumn budget prompted a mixture of consternation, disbelief and genuine anger from…

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Getting Students to Take Control – Education Article

When considering the future of work, it is important to consider what still needs to be done to prepare future generations. It is not a secret that everyone learns differently. In a world that is constantly changing—that is one thing that won’t. As EdReimaginged noted in their report, A transformational vision for education in the U.S., “the current system was designed in a different era and structured for a different society.” So why is it taking so long to adjust…

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OPINION: Arizona risks failing its students in trying to limit teachers’ speech – Education Article

Divided times call for a different strategy. The heart of one teacher-education class that I teach is politics. Not the politics of education, where we talk about the laws that govern public schools, but politics and education, where we talk about how big, thorny political issues affect students and families. The college students whom I teach are asked to attend to the news and come prepared to engage with it, considering how things like immigration policy and new rules around…

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What Happens When Teachers Leave Mid-Year? – Education Article

With the second half of the school year underway, it’s likely some students don’t have the same teacher they had in the fall. Mid-year teacher turnover doesn’t occur as frequently as end-of-year turnover, but it’s likely more prevalent than most people think. U.S. teachers leave the profession at higher rates than other countries, but the debate and discussion over teacher attrition – reflected in  research and in the media – focuses on educators exiting the profession before the beginning of…

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Academy Students Take Lead in Northern Kentucky – Education Article

“Strangely, I’ve started a school, and I am not an educator,” said Alicia Sells, founder of iLEAD Academy, a STEM high school in northern Kentucky. Sells’ background is in public policy. She noticed that neighboring Kentucky school districts of Gallatin, Carroll, Henry, Owen and Trimble did not offer a dedicated STEM program and, as a result, many students’ needs were not met in their preparation for the workplace. iLEAD Academy is in session as students receive instruction, have discussions, and…

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* NEW * LKS2 Word of the Year Daily News PowerPoint – Education Article

Explore the current affairs topic of Collins Dictionary’s choice for ‘Word of the Year 2018’ with your class using this fantastic information PowerPoint. Containing a range of interactive features and activities, your class will be connected safely to important real-world events. This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by info@twinkl.co.uk (Twinkl) Read Full Article

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MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge for High Schoolers Ties to Real Life. – Education Article

We just found the coolest way for high school students to connect their math knowledge to real life. The cool techies at the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) launched a MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge. It’s a contest for high school juniors and seniors. Students work on teams and, under time and resource constraints, tackle real-world problems. The kicker: The challenge awards $100,000. WOW! First, register your team. Then check out past real-world problems that ranged from reducing food…

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Ministry of Education Youth and Information 2018 YIR – Education Video

Jamaica Information Service (JIS) is aimed at reporting up to date factual Government News for Jamaican Citizen here and abroad. We have packaged our information in categories which include Jamaica Magazine, Issues & Answers, JIS features and JIS News along with a few other categories. Take a look through each package and you will be able to find various features highlighting the Governments endeavour to meet its mandate. For further information any News Story or to contact us visit www.JIS.Gov.jm…

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Wellcome Trust could become first big employer to launch four-day week | UK news

That Friday feeling could soon be switched to Thursday, at one major employer at least. The Wellcome Trust is considering moving all of its 800 head office staff to a four-day week in a bid to boost productivity and improve work-life balance. A trial of the new working week at the £26bn London-based science research foundation could start as soon as this autumn, giving workers Fridays off to do whatever they want with no reduction in pay. Some parts of…

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How Community Service Impacts Student Success – Education Article

School is about more than assignments and grades. One of the biggest pillars of a student’s education is about learning how to function in a community. Investing in and helping out that community can set them up for success beyond the classroom, too. The most enlightening and rewarding part of any student volunteer project is connecting with other members of the community. There are countless reasons why community service is important for student success. These are just a few: 1.…

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An insider’s guide to effective edtech – EDTECH 4 BEGINNERS – Education Article

I recently wrote an article for the TES about using edtech effectively.  In it, I hope you can find some useful tips! Click the link below for the full article: https://www.tes.com/news/insiders-guide-effective-edtech-sponsored-article Like this: Like Loading… (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = ‘https://connect.facebook.net/en_GB/sdk.js#xfbml=1&appId=249643311490&version=v2.3’; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, ‘script’, ‘facebook-jssdk’)); This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Neil Jarrett Read Full Article

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Dr. King: A True Servant Leader – Education Article

As an educator I was touched by this timeless Huffington Post article from Mr. James Perry, once mayoral candidate, and the the Executive Director of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center: “Among the most important lessons I’ve learned from Dr. King is the example of servant leadership. A servant leader is one who offers an inclusive vision; listens carefully to others; persuades through reason; and heals divisions while building community. It is easy to spot servant leaders. In…

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ClassroomQ: A Better Way to Ask and Manage Questions – Education Article

A Simple Solution to a Common Classroom Problem “Wouldn’t it be cool if students didn’t have to raise their hands and wait when they needed help and could just hit a button?” “What if the teachers then knew the exact order of the students that they needed to assist?” After posing these two questions, teachers Kyle and Dan created a simple solution to a common classroom problem. Background image created by Rawpixel.com – Freepik.com ClassroomQ The ease of use and…

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Honors Isn’t About More – The Teacher And The Admin – Education Article

I received a text from a friend of mine about a month ago. She was a bit upset that her daughter was spending yet another night at her desk with homework that would take, based on every other night thus far during the school year, about six hours to complete. That six hour estimate was a hopeful one, with the idea that the math packet would come easy that night.  For that night, her daughter had to complete the following…

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Introducing Mexican Arts into a Cultural No Man’s… – Education Article

Introducing Mexican Arts into a Cultural No Man’s Land As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to a close, we share the fellowship of Jeannie O’Meara, teacher at Saint Adalbert Elementary School in South Bend, IN. With her Fund for Teachers grant, Jeannie completed a Spanish Language Immersion Program at Academia Hispano Americano in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, to inspire, resonate with and teach the arts with an emphasis on Mexican culture in an urban PreK-8th school comprised of a 96% Latino…

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Learn Colors and Animals Names with Magic Balls Education Video For Children – Education Video

Learn Colors and Animals Names with Magic Balls Education Video For Children #seaanimals #zooanimals #learncolorsforkids In this video, we study marine animals such as the penguin, blue whale, orca, crocodile, sea turtle, various sharks, octopus and even a dinosaur! This video was made specifically for the study of animals for entertainment and educational purposes, for children from 2-5 years. Subscribe to my channel, because every day you can watch a new video! View YouTube Channel

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