The personal learning network for educators
Added by Eric Patnoudes on December 4, 2013 at 12:39am — No Comments
A tangible convenience…Continue
Added by Phillip Morgan on November 26, 2013 at 4:00am — No Comments
In a world, where demand for globalised knowledge, innovative research-work and requirement of tech-expert workers are increasing every day, it is obvious that students will be looking for different learning options to reach their goal. Online classes endeavour to facilitate the difficult and tedious practice of formal education. The mission is to help the learners benefit from a more flexible learning system that will inspire the job atmosphere, hence will bring a positive impact on the…Continue
It is reasonable to conclude that there are various philosophies about what the purpose of homework ought to be and that there is ample research to be found supporting just about them all. For our school, however, the conversation comes with a context. Considering who we are and what we believe to be true about teaching and learning, what ought to be the role of homework here?
Like all preceding vital conversations, this…Continue
Added by Jon Mitzmacher on November 22, 2013 at 12:37pm — No Comments
I'm currently a preservice teacher majoring in Early Childhood and Special Education. I was wondering if anybody had some advice about classroom management tips and strategies, especially for students with Autism and EBD.
Added by Holly Kirby on November 12, 2013 at 2:27pm — No Comments
Where do you feel the future for education is going? Do you thing there will still be schools and teacher? Or is everything going digital?
Teachers tell me what you think
Added by Jasmine Pope on November 7, 2013 at 11:12pm — No Comments
There is a major need for leadership in food and agribusiness, now and in the future. Studying for an MBA in the Global Food Industry is designed for working managers like you, seeking to progress their careers in major food and agricultural markets at an international level. You now have the opportunity to complete this course online and fit it around your job and other commitments.…Continue
Added by Melissa Spears on November 7, 2013 at 7:59am — No Comments
In the Birmingham Metropolitan College, educating students globally through online is becoming more and more commonplace. It will become wider with time as its demand is getting higher day by day. Technology has altered the relationship between learners and educators. More than books and journals, students are using social networks, computers and smart phones to get…Continue
Added by Emily Parker on November 4, 2013 at 1:44am — No Comments
Thoughts and answers about engagement
Added by David Theriault on October 29, 2013 at 2:42pm — No Comments
by Samuel Levin, founder of The Independent Project at Monument Mountain High School, originally posted at wgsi.org/blog as "Are Student-Run Schools the Way to Go?"
Three years ago I designed and implemented a school-within-a-school at my public high school in Western Massachusetts. We called it The Independent Project.
This school within a school was entirely run by its students. The pilot edition was only one semester…Continue
Added by Hayley Rutherford on October 22, 2013 at 3:09pm — No Comments
Syracuse is trying an innovative approach to ed reform. It involves free college, comprehensive services for students, including health care, and mental health assistance. More here.
Added by Jared Gellert on October 22, 2013 at 8:50am — No 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!Continue
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Howard Gardner, John King, the Mayoral race, Charter schools -- all the news! http://www.citeonline.com/multiple-intelligences-common-core-mayoral-race-john-king-news/
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Education is something which is important for one and all, but there are few people who cannot get the most out of it. At times, I feel bad for the children who cannot get quality education due to some serious issues. Either they are not well-off, or they live in a place where the education scenario is literally aching, or they are not in such a physical state which will allow them to capacitate the learning modules.…Continue
How the Shutdown Affects Education (update)
Military families and Head Start programs are starting to feel the shutdown's bite. Click through to see how, and for resources to help you break down the issues!
Added by Jared Gellert on October 4, 2013 at 1:14pm — No Comments
As a project manager, it is really important to set goals for a project before starting working on it. Also, not only the manager should set the goal but he/she should also be able to explain it scrupulously to the employees. The manager also needs to make the employees understand the goal so that they can work on the project in a better manner.
Added by Emily Parker on October 1, 2013 at 8:06am — No Comments
Many educators see Twitter, in particular, and social media, in general, as frivolous wastes of time. I mean, who really cares what Honey Boo Boo is up to? Who cares what J.T. had for breakfast? Or any other…Continue
Added by Jennie Snyder on September 29, 2013 at 10:40pm — No Comments