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How to Become a Teaching Assistant
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In order to do the best job of educating our children, today’s teachers ... Continue Reading
A Little Less Stress for Alberta Students Writing Final Exams
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If you crack under pressure, you might appreciate the reasons why teachers in ... Continue Reading
Studying Abroad is a Worthwhile Investment
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The global perspective and broadened viewpoint of students who study abroad could be ... Continue Reading
St. Lawrence College Recognized for Contributions to Financial Literacy
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Literacy may bring to mind proficiency in reading and writing, but an education ... Continue Reading
Cambrian College Wants Your Opinion
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Cambrian College is reaching out to students, prospective students, and others in an ... Continue Reading
24 Types of Business Degrees in High Demand
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Why are so many types of business degrees in high demand? Two words: versatility and flexibility.
13 Online Technical Colleges That May Surprise You
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When creating a list of reputable online technical colleges, it’s only natural to look at schools like Colorado Tech, Florida Tech, and Virginia Tech. But there are some other more surprising technical universities offering top-notch degrees online like the University [...read more] The post 13 Online Technical Colleges That May Surprise You appeared first on My College Guide.
75 Fun (and Incredible) Gap Year Ideas for High School Students
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You’re on the verge of graduating high school and beginning to think about the future, but what if you want to see a bit of the world before being tied down to a college degree program? That’s where a gap [...read more] The post 75 Fun (and Incredible) Gap Year Ideas for High School Students appeared first on My College Guide.
Top 25 Highest Paying Online College Majors
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Do you want to earn a degree that gives you the skills needed to score a job with a six-figure salary? Do you need flexible class options that allow you to juggle home and work obligations? Then you need to [...read more] The post Top 25 Highest Paying Online College Majors appeared first on My College Guide.
Multiplication algorithm and lattice multiplication
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This is a GOOD comparison between the standard multiplication algorithm and lattice multiplication!The author even brings in the area model for multiplying multi-digit numbers (which I also show in Math Mammoth). The area model is of course only used to show students what is going on, based on place value -- not to replace any algorithm.QUOTEIn our desire for "efficiency," we lose transparency in the standard "long multiplication" algorithm.Read it at https://mathblog.com/multiplication/
Multiplication algorithm and lattice multiplication
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This is a GOOD comparison between the standard multiplication algorithm and lattice multiplication!The author even brings in the area model for multiplying multi-digit numbers (which I also show in Math Mammoth). The area model is of course only used to show students what is going on, based on place value -- not to replace any algorithm.QUOTEIn our desire for "efficiency," we lose transparency in the standard "long multiplication" algorithm.Read it at https://mathblog.com/multiplication/
Why Innovation Matters in International Education
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Following is a guest post by Team GoAbroad:Innovation communicates positive change — a nod towards a promising future that strives for success and growth. Innovation does not stop after fixing surface organizational problems, but digs deeper to overhaul existing procedures and strategies in order to yield a more efficient, more effective tomorrow. It reinvents the wheel, rather than just patching up the same design. The concept now thrives in every imaginable industry, from self-service kiosks i
Homeschool in the Woods Time Travelers Review
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by Stephanie Harrington Homeschool in the Woods Time Travelers at a glance. I’d like to take you inside Homeschool in the Wood’s Time Travelers Series. It always helps to be able to see inside something before buy it. I’ve been interested in using Homeschool in the Woods and have had several friends who enjoy it. But as I gazed upon their children’s very impressive finished notebooks I have Download The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Planning and Organization ebook today!
Tying My Shoes
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Late last week, I relearned how to tie my shoes. # I’m not kidding. # Every Friday in my office, my team and I sit together for a weekly team meeting. It’s our chance to be together at the end of a long week, catch each other on what’s been happening and what we’ve been … Continue reading "Tying My Shoes"
On Not Solving Problems
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I’m writing today at the tail end of a National Writing Project Building New Pathways for teacher Leadership Convening in New Orleans.  For the last year, I’ve been working with a smart team of NWPeeps to think about the role of badging and micro credentials in supporting new pathways for teacher leaders in the National … Continue reading "On Not Solving Problems"
Losing My Pigeon
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I’ve been quiet in this space these last several months. I’m still finding my space and place as a consultant and library person. It’s a great transition – but there are many moments of my work of late that aren’t bloggable, and I’ve remembered that it’s easier, often, to keep quiet than to thread the … Continue reading "Losing My Pigeon"
Mozilla’s Curriculum Workshop – Summer Learning
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Last week, I had the honor of sitting in on an episode of Mozilla’s Curriculum Workshop, a regular webinar where folks talk but also (and more importantly) do a little prototyping to begin building things that might be useful to helping folks make and learn with the Web. # The active format is great, and … Continue reading "Mozilla’s Curriculum Workshop – Summer Learning"
Do We Want To Design Rides, or Do We Want to Create Imagineers?
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# Had a check in call with my friends in the Compose Our World project recently. That’s the 9th grade curriculum project I’m working on, and not writing about enough. After our first year of exploring PBL and SEL as concepts to guide and shape 9th grade language arts curriculum, we’re beginning to decide what … Continue reading "Do We Want To Design Rides, or Do We Want to Create Imagineers?"
Once a homeschooling mom, now a Louisiana state representative – Washington Times
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Once a homeschooling mom, now a Louisiana state representative – Washington Times Washington Times Once a homeschooling mom, now a Louisiana state representativeWashington TimesSearch online for “Beryl Amedee” and you'll quickly find the video, “Freshman legislator Rep. Beryl Amedee invokes … Continue reading →
Home-schooled students graduate – News – The Times-News … – Burlington Times News
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Home-schooled students graduate – News – The Times-News … – Burlington Times News Burlington Times News Home-schooled students graduate – News – The Times-News …Burlington Times NewsAlamance County Christian Home Educators holds a graduation ceremony for the class of 2017 … Continue reading →
HSLDA and DeVos Talk Homeschool Freedom – Home School Legal Defense Association
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HSLDA and DeVos Talk Homeschool Freedom – Home School Legal Defense Association Home School Legal Defense Association HSLDA and DeVos Talk Homeschool FreedomHome School Legal Defense AssociationLast week, a delegation from HSLDA visited U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to … Continue reading →
Despite home-school families’ hopes, Tebow bill might fall incomplete – MyStatesman.com
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Despite home-school families’ hopes, Tebow bill might fall incomplete – MyStatesman.com MyStatesman.com Despite home-school families' hopes, Tebow bill might fall incompleteMyStatesman.comFormer NFL offensive lineman Bruce Collie, left, stands with his son Cameron, center, and wife, Holly, after one of Cameron's … Continue reading →
There’s been a really big increase in homeschooling in Canberra – Barossa & Light Herald
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There’s been a really big increase in homeschooling in Canberra – Barossa & Light Herald Barossa & Light Herald There's been a really big increase in homeschooling in CanberraBarossa & Light HeraldMichele Allen was already working as a teacher when … Continue reading →
Montana GOP Candidate Charged With Assault On A Reporter
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Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate in a special election for Montana's seat in the House of Representatives, has been charged with assaulting a journalist.
Morning News Brief: Reporter Body Slammed, U.S. Assesses Civilians Killed In Airstrike
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A Montana GOP House candidate has been charged with assaulting a reporter. Also, the Pentagon reports on a U.S. airstrike that killed scores of civilians in Mosul, and the latest on Manchester.
Trump Meets NATO Officials In Brussels
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President Trump once called NATO "obsolete." He's since reversed that, but still thinks NATO countries should spend more on their militaries. He meets with NATO members Thursday in Belgium.
Pentagon Announces Results Of Investigation Into Civilians Killed In U.S. Airstrike
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The Pentagon is expected to announce the results of its investigation into an airstrike in Mosul, Iraq earlier this year that killed scores of civilians.
United Airlines Has Happy Shareholders, Unhappy Workers
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United Airlines' shareholders don't seem too worried about the long-term impact of a passenger being violently dragged off a plane. But workers for United's contractors are protesting low wages.
What does it mean to be educated? John Taylor Gatto chapter excerpt from  the Natural Born Learners reader.
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This is an excerpt. To read the entire chapter, buy the reader here.How you choose to spend your time, I think, says a tremendous amount about yourself.The admissions officer at Princeton, (a long time ago) told me the first thing he looks for is hobbies.I said, “Why do you look at hobbies?”He said, “It’s really the only way a young person has an opportunity to commit to something without being pushed into it. The choices they make, when they have choices, tell me all I need to know.”I asked, “W
National Board of Teachers ACT Prep Workshop - Register Now!
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FREE ACT PREP SESSION Saturday, May 20, 2017 Registration:  8:00 - 8:30 am 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 pm Middle Baptist Church 801 Whitehaven Ln. Memphis, TN (Click image to enlarge) The workshops will be conducted by National Board Certified instructors and SCS Retired and Level 5 Teachers.  The workshop is free! Registration is required:  Call -  MBC @ 901-355-8056   For More
Career Tech-Ed. Bill Models ESSA's Flexibility
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Proposed legislation to overhaul the nation's law governing career-and-technical education seeks to give states more discretion over spending, which programs to focus on, and other issues.
Logical Reasonings
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A. The CBO score on the House health care bill just dropped. The report estimates that the bill would increase the number of uninsured people by 23 million by 2026 (which is a slight improvement from the House’s first draft), although insurance premiums overall will begin to drop by 2020—in part because far fewer sick
Next Wednesday: Two Webinars on the LSAT and Law School Admissions Process
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Next week is going to be pretty fantastic. Now, I know what you’re thinking—Memorial Day, three-day weekend, barbecues, and lounging pool-side. But that’s not what I’m talking about. Next week, on May 31st, there are going to be not one but two Blueprint webinars!
Florida Legislature Passes Charter School Expansion Bill, Awaits Signature from Governor
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Charter school expansion bill, HB7069, has passed in the FL legislature and is awaiting Governor Rick Scott's signature.
HigherEd Live - Inside the Presidential Search
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Universities that havent conducted a presidential search in a while will find that the process has changed significantly since they last looked for their leadership. This episode of Marketing Live will address the key ways that presidential searches have...
10 Powerful Apps to Enhance Students Writing Style
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May 24, 2017 Below is a collection of some powerful apps to help you enhance your writing style. They provide you with a distraction-free environment where you can focus more on the writing task.... ....read more
7 New EdTech Tools for Teachers
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May 24 , 2017 This month's New EdTech Tools post features 6 interesting applications we are publishing here for the first time.
Students Telling The Story of Nursing Home Residents in a Book
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The lives of elderly people were chronicled by students telling the story of nursing home residents in a book. At Surgoinsville Middle School, eighth graders […]
Co-Teaching Results in Success for Special Ed Students
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An elementary school has found that co-teaching results in success for special ed students, and the result is showing in increased special ed proficiency that […]
Changing Science Education for Gifted and Talented Students
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An independent school district is changing science education for gifted and talented students, expanding its GT program to include science along with English and language […]