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August 2013 Blog Posts (10)

At the Crossroads of Youth, Age and Wisdom

Inspired by a Twitter conversation between George Couros and John Spencer on Aug. 14, 2013

http://willgourley.edublogs.org/2013/08/15/at-the-crossroads-of-youth-age-and-wisdom/

Added by Will Gourley on August 15, 2013 at 9:52pm — No Comments

JTHS Innovation Domination: Susan Graham aka Senorita #edtech!

We're starting a new focus within our blog that will highlight the innovative thoughts, ideas, and lessons of the teachers at JTHS.  The goal is to share the stories and experiences of  those who are utilizing our 1:1 laptop initiative to transform teaching and learning in their classroom.  Innovation…

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Added by Eric Patnoudes on August 14, 2013 at 3:50pm — No Comments

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Added by John Marsh on August 12, 2013 at 5:12am — No Comments

Why Blogs, and Who Needs Them Anyway?

Most professions have professional journals that address the current methods and innovations of that profession. They are used as way to announce to the profession what is going on in that profession, what is working, and what is not. Traditionally, these have been printed media coming out on a periodic basis. Many of the …

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Added by Thomas Whitby on August 9, 2013 at 1:32pm — No Comments

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Teachers are busy people. They usually have enough time to go through the lectures and leave space fordiscussions at the end of the class. When it comes to teaching essay writing, however, they don’t have enough spacein their program.They will explain what the essay structure is supposed to look like. They will assign a topic. And that’s it. Thestudent is left under a huge pressure to figure out the essay writing process.As parents, we’re responsible to make this easier on our kids. This…See More
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The lack of social and emotional skills can lead to burnout. Unfortunately, it’s not easy to develop theseskills. No one taught us these skills when we were kids. We also didn’t know that they’re vital in our adultlife and they can be developed.Schools are just starting to understand how emotions can affect students’ way of learning and overall well-being. Thus, students who were lucky enough to have compassionate teachers growing up have been trainedto develop gratitude and compassion. These…See More
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