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Holly Kirby commented on Tess Pajaron's blog post 20 Quick Actions You Can Do Today To Set Your Classroom Up For Massive Success
"This post includes such good tips for teachers. I am currently a preservice teacher majoring in Early Childhood and Special Education and one my greatest concerns for the future is classroom management. I think this post will be of much help for me…"
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Your Brain Map: 84 Strategies for Accelerated Learning

Hi Everyone! Check out this interactive brain map that Open Colleges created to show how we learn using our brain. You can spin the brain to explore all points. Enjoy!Source: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/learning-strategies/…See More
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Erin commented on Tess Pajaron's blog post 25 Ways To Use Tablets To Enhance The Learning Experience
"Incorporating various technologies such as 'tablets' in the classroom is definitely the way of the future. Especially since technology is ever-changing at light speed, its great to get some ideas of how to incorporate the 'now'…"
Sep 22, 2013
Holly Kirby commented on Tess Pajaron's blog post 25 Ways To Use Tablets To Enhance The Learning Experience
"These are some great points about how technology can be incorporated into every aspect of schooling and learning. I believe that you have the right idea that technology can really enhance learning . I really liked how you touched on learning styles…"
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10 Ways to Inspire Your Colleagues As An Educator

Arecent story on The Onion, the Internet’s beloved satire site renowned for its ability to pinpoint painful truths in its “fake news” stories, last week underscored one of the saddest dynamics of modern education. In “Inspirational English Teacher Cancelled out by Every Other Teacher at School,” the problem of teacher burnout is readily apparent:“Despite her effusive passion for education,…See More
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The Real Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship And How To Promote It In Your Classroom

“Social entrepreneurs don’t just pursue a social end, they pursue that end in a fundamentally communal way.” –Sally Osberg, Skoll FoundationIn a not-so-distant past, college degrees were the safety nets that led to job security. Now those nets are riddled with holes, sagged down by the weight of so many recipients. And unless young professionals have something new to offer, awarding them some leverage back into the net, they slip between the seams into the greatest hole of all:…See More
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Your Brain Map: 84 Strategies for Accelerated Learning

Posted on October 18, 2013 at 12:05am 0 Comments

Hi Everyone! Check out this interactive brain map that Open Colleges created to show how we learn using our brain. You can spin the brain to explore all points. Enjoy!

Source: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/learning-strategies/…

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10 Ways to Inspire Your Colleagues As An Educator

Posted on April 7, 2013 at 3:10am 0 Comments

Arecent story on The Onion, the Internet’s beloved satire site renowned for its ability to pinpoint painful truths in its “fake news” stories, last week underscored one of the saddest dynamics of modern education. In “Inspirational English Teacher Cancelled out by Every Other Teacher at School,” the problem of teacher burnout is…

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The Real Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship And How To Promote It In Your Classroom

Posted on April 3, 2013 at 11:29pm 0 Comments

social entrepreneurship

“Social entrepreneurs don’t just pursue a social end, they pursue that end in a fundamentally communal way.” –Sally Osberg, Skoll Foundation

In a not-so-distant past, college degrees were the safety nets that led to job security. Now those nets are riddled with holes, sagged down by the weight of so many recipients. And unless young professionals have something new to offer, awarding them some leverage back into…

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Running on Empty? 25 Tricks to Jumpstart Routine Lessons

Posted on March 28, 2013 at 10:34pm 0 Comments

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Over the years, I’ve noticed how one question can change the dynamics of any situation. Everything might be moving along quite nicely at the dinner table, everyone’s happy and laughing but one question can send those same smiling faces into a frenzy of shouts and upset.

This also holds true in a classroom. Students may be working quietly and the teacher might be content but one question or comment from a student or the teacher can turn…

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It is rather difficult to teach students, but to motivate them is even harder. At schools and even at colleges you have to contact with children who try to reject someone else's influence. And the fact is that this rejection is a logical result of misconception of the roles of both. It is possible to overcome the conflict of generations, and you can touch the children, and they can hear you. If you are so lucky to succeed and make student listen, then you can motivate them to any activity and…See More
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