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Find breaking news, analysis, and opinion on K-12 education issues affecting school and district leaders, teachers, policymakers, and ed-tech professionals. Growth in U.S. K-12 Computing Market Cools, But Global Demand Stays Hot Google Chromebooks remain a dominant player in the U.S. school market, though their growth has slipped a bit recently, according to a new report. This story is from...
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Students plagiarize. But they don’t create the problem. Often, teachers do. Some assignments are easy to plagiarize. Teachers need to create assignments that require more than Google searches to complete. “Plagiarism prevention is important, but it’s not really the point,” says Kate Johnson-McGregor, a high school librarian in Brantford, ON and president of the Ontario School Library...
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Education World, connecting educators to what works. K-12 education resources, lessons and news. Classroom strategies and innovation for teachers all over the world. December Holiday Lesson Plans and Activities - Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah and More December is a month full of special days....
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Flake Appreciation Day is Monday, December 18! I’ll be honest–the name of this unofficial/official holiday gave... See All Issues My Collections My Print Packet My Calendar Make & Print Tools. My Collections My Print Packet My Lesson Plans My Calendar. My Collections My Lesson Plans My Print...
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California teachers association, teachers union, education, school. Supporting the highest standards of quality in student-centered education "Teaching isn’t just a job. It isn’t just a career. It’s a calling," said Supt. of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson of the 2018 honorees. "It’s a...
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SEEN Education Magazine: Educator resources, articles and reviews for teachers and teaching assistants. News and articles that cover most every area of teaching. Backpacks. Laptops. Lesson Plans. Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year! I know we all ask the same question...where did the summer go so quickly? It goes by especially fast for educators as you ... Read More... Relevant Tags: From the...
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The education technology news magazine for K-12 district leaders, IT personnel, and administrators. On July 23, 2015, the FCC released a landmark update to the E-rate program with the 7th Report and Order. This infusion of funding available for schools and libraries will help them reach important digital learning goals. Mobile learning and the device explosion has left many schools behind the...
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A magazine for Canadian teachers with articles on instructional strategies, lesson plan ideas, current trends, lifestyle, retirement, and more. An honest and up-to-date survey of the history of the coastal First Nations from pre-contact to the present. A colourful, attractive and basic atlas especially suited to primary students.
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Educators are embracing a growing number of inclusive strategies to reach every student on every developmental level and especially students with learning disabilities. Learn how the classroom dynamic of collaboration and co-teaching continues to become the approach with the greatest impact. In March’s Reading Issue teachers pursuing a Master’s for Certified Teachers Literacy/Reading Specialist...
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NAfME, among the world’s largest arts education organizations, is the only association that addresses all aspects of music education. Music Cognition and Student Creativity: A Look Back at the 2017 NAfME National Conference By NAfME Member Elisabeth H. DeRichmond The original article first appeared on Elisabeth DeRichmond’s blog Musikation. While the World Class Minds workshop did provide a...
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For the past eighteen years, Education Update has been honoring women who have achieved extraordinary things throughout their lives. They come from diverse backgrounds and a range of fields, but are unified in their shared value of education and the value of imparting knowledge to future generations. Their paths, careers and accomplishments are remarkable and inspirational. We asked each of...
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Educators of Technical, Technology and STEM education continue with us, to advocate for hands-on skilled training. Thought leaders from around the country have discussed ways to accomplish this through education reform. C. M. Rubin published a discussion with Charles Fadel. Contemporary education is failing our students because we are stuck in a curriculum designed for a different century, We...
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Starting in high school, Educators Rising provides passionate young people with hands-on teaching experience, sustains their interest in the profession, and helps them cultivate the skills they need to be successful educators. Of all aspects of schooling, teachers matter most when it comes to a student’s educational success – more than services, facilities, and even leadership. Together, we can...
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We share evidence and practitioner-based learning strategies that empower you to improve K-12 education. Get a roundup of educational grants, contests, awards, free toolkits, and classroom guides aimed at helping students, classrooms, schools, and communities. Check this page weekly to get the latest updates! School 21 develops confident students who can articulate their thoughts and learning...
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While IDEA says students with disabilities should learn in the least restrictive environment ― meaning with non-disabled peers ― parents still often find themselves fighting hard, expensive battles for their child to be included. Source: The Hechinger Report. Formerly homeless students continue to struggle in school for years, scoring as poorly on New York state tests as their peers with no...
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Global Citizenship Education for 2015: Strategies, Politics and Perspectives Prof Javier Collado Ruano talking about Global Citizenship Education (UNESCO) and Rio+20 The fast-approaching 2015 deadline for meeting the Education for All (EFA) goals, and the parallel process of setting the post-2015 development agenda, have prompted significant reflection and discussions over the kind of education...
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Spaulding High School graduate and saxophonist of Dave Matthews Band, Jeff Coffin, returned to the campus in Rochester, New Hampshire on Tuesday, November 28 to present the school with a brand-new Yamaha YX-500F xylophone. Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI) has announced the faculty and European tour highlights for the inaugural year of NYO Jazz, a four-week intensive summer program,...
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