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Tips For Teaching Introverted Students

Hello!  Please, feel free to share your hacks.

Started by Leona Hinton

1 Oct 5, 2016
Reply by Leesa Johnson

Grab the chance to engage your students into creative writing

Students tend to be lazybones when it comes to writing. How to motivate them to develop creative writing skills during the summer period? …

Started by Leona Hinton

1 Oct 5, 2016
Reply by Leesa Johnson

How do you motivate your online learners?

My day job is a student liaison for an online school.  My job ranges from counselor, mentor, registrar, tech help, etc.  I find that 90% of…

Started by Jackie Savini

11 May 2, 2012
Reply by Dorothy Hastings

How do you keep students engaged in your online classroom?

I am taking an online class, about how to teach an online class, and this is a big topic that we are learning about.  I am really curious,…

Started by Jackie Savini

4 Mar 27, 2012
Reply by Diana

No Child Left Behind = Falsifying Documents?

What are your thoughts on this article.  What do you think about this becoming more common, schools falsifying documents in order to appear…

Started by Jackie Savini

0 Mar 11, 2012

EU project - Simple Web2.0 for educators – Web2.0ERC

Also in German below:   Web2.0ERC is an European Union education project to help educators who find ICT and Web2.0 confusing and difficult…

Started by Joel Josephson

3 Jan 5, 2012
Reply by Joel Josephson

NCLB, RTT, and Hypocrisy: The Changing Face of Education (originally posted 12 November 2009 on DailyKos)

Before I commence with writing my diary, I have several caveats of which I wish to apprise readers: 1. I realize there is a problem with t…

Started by Shakespeares Sister

0 Nov 21, 2010

I have become a traitor (originally posted 22 January, 2010 on DailyKos)

As a public high school teacher, I should have faith in and believe in the ability of the public school system to properly educate a child.…

Started by Shakespeares Sister

0 Nov 21, 2010

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Calculus is originated from a Latin word ‘calculus’ and literally, it signifies 'small pebble'. However, it is a mathematical study related to continuous change, similarly the algebra, geometry, and others. There are two different prominent branches of calculus Differential Calculus (concerned with the slopes of the curve and rates of change) and Integral Calculus (related to the areas between…See More
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