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Get Your Hands Off It!

No this isn’t an ad to stop using your phone in the car (even though you definitely should not do that), this is a post on why you shouldn’t be using your phone in class. 436 more words

Year 12

Phoebe's Quick and Easy Guide to Making Enemies

Note: “Quick” may not be accurate, but it sounded nice. Additionally, this guide may apply to those looking to take over the world by means of impressionable children. 2,023 more words

Life In General

Two Books Are Better Than One

The initiates, officers, and members of the Delta Rho Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi at Kean University were pleased to support the needs of elementary students in a public school setting with 601 books that were given to them on Read Across America Day. 393 more words

KDP News

Experimenting with Drawing Materials to Music

This lesson was about exploring various drawing media on newsprint while listening to music.  The goals for this lesson were to expose the students to different types of drawing medium: chalk pastels, oil pastels, willow charcoal, and colored pencil.   526 more words

Art

Remedial... developmental... writing

The eight young men in my summer class — seven just out of high school, one returning to make a better life — are savvy enough about the education system and its euphemisms to know that what we comp people try to pass off as “developmental” is actually “remedial.” At least, it is in their world. 332 more words

In The Classroom

Practice what we prize

By Cheryl Hatch/Copyright 2016

“Silence becomes cowardice when occasion demands speaking out the whole truth and acting accordingly.”
― Mahatma Gandhi

When student journalists put the final fall issue of the college newspaper to bed last December, I breathed a sigh of relief. 1,233 more words

Journalism

Seven EdTech Essentials

Whether experienced or new to integrating technology into your instruction, there are key essentials that make integration less overwhelming. The “high-flyers” or “two- percenters” are not immune when they get geek-out by the coolest technology or integration idea. 439 more words

Edtech