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2019 Changes In Education

2019 Changes In Education

July 30, 2019 | Budgets Curriculum Students Technology Testing

Listen Education is an ever-evolving industry. Changing families, changes in society, and even our political climate have the potential to impact what is happening in and around the classroom. Industry insiders predict that there will be several significant changes to education in the coming year....from school lunches to the way...

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Bureaucracy in the School System

Bureaucracy in the School System

July 25, 2019 | Administrators Curriculum Student Achievement Teachers

Listen We like to think of education as the one U.S. institution that adamantly supports individualism and free speech. In many ways our schools, public and private, do just that. Administrators and teachers encourage free expression and a personal approach to academic development. State and federal education policies take proactive...

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Let's Make Teaching Fun

Let's Make Teaching Fun

July 10, 2019 | Curriculum Student Achievement Teachers

Listen Teaching should be fun. If you think about it, it has all the elements. You're in a setting that, for several hours a day, lets you talk about a subject that you love. It's astonishing, then, how boring so many classrooms can become. If you want to reach your...

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Is It Better For a Teacher To Be Nice or To Get Results?

Is It Better For a Teacher To Be Nice or To Get Results?

July 03, 2019 | Curriculum Performance Student Achievement Teachers

Listen If you commonly hear the words You're being too nice or toughen up you might be taking a second look at how you run your classroom. A nice person by nature, you may not want to change how you do things, but something has to change. Your students are...

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Don't Forget About Vocational and Trade Schools

Don't Forget About Vocational and Trade Schools

July 02, 2019 | Curriculum Higher learning Performance Student Achievement Students Technology

Listen Traditional academic education is presumed to be elementary, high school and college with post graduate for professional careers in medicine and law. For many years the most overlooked educational curricula was viewed as "an option" for hands on careers in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, cosmetology, hair styling and culinary arts....

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Education in the Colonies

Education in the Colonies

June 06, 2019 | Curriculum Higher learning History Students

--From our Friends at Wikipedia-- Listen The first American schools in the thirteen original colonies opened in the 17th century. Boston Latin School was founded in 1635 and is both the first public school and oldest existing school in the United States. The first free taxpayer-supported public school in North...

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TFD Talks Education #4 - No More Valedictorians with Steve Verhoff

TFD Talks Education #4 - No More Valedictorians with Steve Verhoff

May 28, 2019 | Curriculum Performance Student Achievement Students Testing

Listen Watch We talk with Principal Steve Verhoff about why removing the valedictorian slot from Tippecanoe High School was the right choice for his school.

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The Importance of the Soft Skills in Education

The Importance of the Soft Skills in Education

May 22, 2019 | Administrators Curriculum Higher learning Student Achievement Teachers

In today’s digital marketplace, hiring individuals with soft skills is an important consideration. This is especially true for customer service industries.But, what about education? Even more than for-profit service companies, teachers and educators need to have excellent soft skills for dealing with students, parents, administration and peers. While teaching credentials are a must,...

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Teaching Children in a Google and Wikipedia World

Teaching Children in a Google and Wikipedia World

May 21, 2019 | Curriculum Teachers Technology

Today's world is a much different place than it was just a few short decades ago. The way that children learn has shifted completely, leaving some teachers scrambling. This is particularly true for veteran teachers, those that have been working with children for many years. They may look at their...

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Pros and Cons of a Summer Break

Pros and Cons of a Summer Break

May 13, 2019 | Curriculum Performance Student Achievement Students

While many people love the idea of a summer break, others question whether or not it is really best. The positive and negative effects of long summer breaks affect students and teachers alike, as well as their families. In order to help you reach your own conclusions regarding whether or not...

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Home Schooling Benefits

Home Schooling Benefits

May 10, 2019 | Curriculum Performance Student Achievement Students

An estimated 2.3 million students receive education via home schools. Nearly 3.4 million have been home schooled at least one year between kindergarten and the 12th grade, with an average duration of six to eight years. (https://www.nheri.org/research-facts-on-homeschooling/)The appeal of homeschooling for parents who choose it flows from the flexibility homeschools...

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The Effect Of YouTube Kids on Education

The Effect Of YouTube Kids on Education

April 23, 2019 | Curriculum Teachers Technology

There is no denying that we are living in a digital age, and that applies to adults as well as kids. Students are increasingly exposed to digital technology as part of every facet of their lives, which means that educators must decide whether to embrace or shy away from that...

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