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It's the end of the year in most countries and many are heading out the door. Before you do, listen to why right now, yes NOW, is a good time for educators to reflect.
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If you like to bring multimedia into your lessons (and who doesn't?) then you probably use YouTube in the classroom from time to time.
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The Rhodes Youth Forum will involve more than 100 students who gather together to discuss solving major global challenges in education and beyond.
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This quote hits an important note to me amid the dizzying number of excited media reports and hype about edtech. Dreams don't work unless you do. Something to remember.
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Let’s face it, most people do not look forward to Professional Development (PD) Days in their school district due to the fact that most of these are created with someone else deciding what is most important for the learners.
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There's an ambitious project on Kickstarter right now that's aiming to bring a digital library to developing countries. And they just might succeed.
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We're all going to be having an old friend over for dinner on June 23, 2013. That's the day of this year's Supermoon which is essentially the time of the year the moon is closest to the Earth.
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Forty five states plus Washington DC and four territories have adopted the Common Core Standards. While standardized teaching and benchmarking aren't always favorite items on teachers' lists, it would seem that they're here for at least awhile.
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As part of our month of exploring global education here at Edudemic, we thought that mentioning a few upcoming conferences that focus on global education would be useful.
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There are always a few graduation speeches that stand out from the crowd. Here are my favorite commencement speeches that will inspire and entertain.
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Have you ever wondered what makes your favorite teacher tick? What makes them ask such compelling questions and spur great discussions?
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This weekend is Memorial Day. It’s a time for family and picnics--a solid day off on Monday. We should never forget the reason for this day of observance. Soldiers have served proudly, and often died, so I can enjoy the freedoms to which I’ve become accustomed.
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Organizations will not change until the people within them are ready to change, and those people have differing attitudes towards change. In a one-to-one program, often the resistance isn't towards using technology but instead it's resistance towards change itself.
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This quote is from William Arthur Ward and touches on the difference(s) between mediocre, good, superior, and great teachers. Where do you fall?
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For school leaders, defining a school culture – the core values, practices and organizational structures – is a necessity.