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Should You Get a Motorbike? – Education Rickshaw – Education Article

It’s been a while since Zach and I taught in Vietnam, and we still miss it. When I tell people that I used to live and work in Vietnam, we tend to get some of the same questions: Is it safe to eat the street food? We found it easier to tell if street food will get you sick than at a restaurant, because you can see into their kitchen. When in doubt, just go elsewhere. Are bánh mì and phở…

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10 Intentionally Cruel Ironies About Public Education in NC – Education Article

Mark Johnson literally sent out a statement about how he was going to “reduce” testing in a week where midterms and state exams (EOC’s and NC Finals) were being administered. Teachers fill out a working conditions survey every other year for the state that has no questions about how teachers feel the state handles public education. SAS releases EVAAS scores for a current class well after the school year has begun. In the case for high school block classes, these…

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Flash Freebie “Welcome, friends” Classroom Banner Beginning July 31 until August 1st. – Education Article

Come and get your free classroom banner on July 31, 2018  12:00 AM CT until Aug 01, 2018 12:00 AM CT “Welcome, Friends! Classroom Banner”    Class cooperation is important. This banner states ” Welcome, Friends!” with 3 cute string bean friends in a colorful wooden background. This product includes one banner and directions for print-out.     Your feedback is very much appreciated. Thank you. This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by noreply@blogger.com (TiePlay) Read…

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Thanks to Suzanne Almon for this account of how… – Education Article

Thanks to Suzanne Almon for this account of how her fellowship in the Florida Keys and Hurricane Irma are engaging students at Asian Studies Academy in Hartford, CT. Suzanne used her FFT grant to research the life cycle, habitat and rehabilitation of sea turtles in Florida and the Galapagos Islands to design a first grade, project based learning science unit on animal habitats. As a first grade teacher in an urban school, I strive to bring learning to life by…

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A-Z Of Graphic Design Infographic – Education Article

Adult Education Infographics A-Z Of Graphic Design Infographic A-Z Of Graphic Design Infographic Graphic design can be a vast and wild landscape to go through. Between illustration, typography, photography, screen-printing…. it can be hard to know your bleed from your body copy! This is by no means a dictionary of terms, but we hope this infographic helps you get through some of the jargon that you probably hear a lot in your day to day business. Do you know the…

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Should You Hire A Tech Coach … Or A Tech Conductor? · The TeacherCast Educational Network – Education Article

The other day, I had a technology coach from a neighboring school district visit my school and shadow me for the day.  It was a fantastic experience and something that I hope to be able to do with other districts this year and beyond.  The teacher and I had a great day of learning from one another, but I couldn’t help but use the day to reflect on many of our common conversation topics.  One of the deep conversations we…

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The Heart of Educational Game Design – edtechdigest.blog – Education Article

Four key areas to consider when designing and evaluating digital learning games. GUEST COLUMN | by Natalie F. Masters Gamification is trending across the modern educational landscape, and digital learning games are exploding onto the educational technology marketplace. With so much discussion, even hype, surrounding games and learning, many educators are looking to the research. While the body of research on digital learning games may be relatively sparse when compared with, say, the body of research on literacy instruction, and perhaps no less…

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Resourceaholic: #LateMaths – thank you! – Education Article

This is just a quick post to say thank you to everyone involved in my LateMaths event last night. I held a big mathematical party at The Fable in Central London to celebrate the launch of Ed Southall and Vincent Pantaloni’s second book ‘More Geometry Snacks‘. Over 100 mathematicians came out in the freezing cold weather to join me – I’m very grateful to everyone who did so. Over the last four years I have increasingly felt part of a…

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How To Choose A Meaningful Career – Education Article

  It’s something most of us consider as we complete our education and prepare for the job market: how do we choose a career that imbues our life with a sense of meaning and purpose? What does meaning look like to different people, and how difficult is it really to achieve? Is it becoming easier to find a meaningful career in a world where, thanks to technology, there are more job options now than ever before? In a recent interview…

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Your Child Doesn’t Want to be a Programmer? That’s Fine — But They Still Need STEM – Education Article

Image Source If you’re a parent of a student, or an educator, or even a student or recent graduate yourself, you’ve likely been hearing a steady drumbeat of “STEM education” for the past 10 years, if not longer. As a whole, US education has really stepped up to incorporate STEM into all aspects of learning; it should be a relief to many parents that these opportunities are now readily available for most kids. While not every child is going to…

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What Happens When Teachers Can’t Afford To Live In Their Own Cities – Education Article

A few years ago, Sarah was living in a drafty garage belonging to one of her friends. Despite being a smart, highly qualified teacher to sixth- and seventh-graders at a public middle school not far from San Francisco’s international airport, she simply could not afford to live anywhere else in the city. San Francisco is facing an unprecedented housing affordability crisis. That was the conclusion of an analysis published in July by the city’s planning department documenting the huge challenge facing…

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Here’s What Happened When Students Solved Social Media Problems With Design Thinking – Education Article

A few weeks ago, Aaron, a student in my high school elective class, mentioned he didn’t use social media very often. I’ll admit I was a little skeptical at first. When I followed up, he told the class he found the ads distracting—and said he ended up buying things he didn’t need. “But how do you hang out with people?” asked another student, Holly, somewhat incredulously. “Well, I Snapchat,” Aaron clarified. “I just don’t use Instagram or Facebook.” From behind…

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Trump offers three years of DACA in exchange for wall funding – Education Article

President Trump on Saturday proposed temporarily extending protections against deportation for certain young immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion funding for a wall along the southern border. Trump, who has not budged from his position that any deal to reopen the federal government must include funding for the wall, proposed in exchange for wall funding a three-year extension of protections for beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a program established by President Obama that provides protections against deportation…

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How Harry Potter Has Brought Magic To Classrooms For More Than 20 Years | MindShift – Education Article

“We have a sorting ceremony at the end of the year to let kids know which homeroom they’ll have, play our own version of quidditch about once a month,” VanDonge says. VanDonge’s classroom is decked out in Ravenclaw blue and bronze while Keyes has Hufflepuff’s black and yellow. The building is older and has arched windows, much like those at Hogwarts that let natural light stream in. In one corner of Keyes’ room is a Whomping Willow, the tree that…

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Red Bull wants us to leave work at 4pm. I couldn’t agree more | Opinion

I’m not squeamish, except for one small thing: I cannot repeat rhyming couplets. So I can’t tell you exactly what Red Bull’s latest London Underground advert says because it uses this mawkish lyrical form. I can tell you that it was reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority for promising health benefits that fizzy drinks aren’t allowed to do (nope, not even Shloer). I can even describe that promise, in a roundabout way: Red Bull will make you feel so energetic…

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NFC Science Cheerleaders Championship | Science Cheerleader – Education Article

When the Los Angeles Rams take on the New Orleans Saints this Sunday for the NFC Championship game, there is more to cheer for than just football. Learn more about the Science Cheerleaders who will be on the sidelines! New Orleans Saints Los Angeles Rams Cheyenne – Architect Courtney – Rehabilitation Therapist Stephanie – Health & Wellness Entrepreneur Tiyah – Dietetics Student All images are courtesy of the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints. For more information, please visit…

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