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Using Google Sheets to Teach Budgeting Skills to Students

I’m just the English teacher, but when I polled my students and asked how many of them knew how to budget, out of a class of 28, only 4 students raised their hands. 615 more words

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Tennessee to Offer Free Community College in 2018

Bill Haslam, the governor of Tennessee, has a campaign to enrich his state. He wants 55% or more of Tennesseans to have a college degree or other certificate of secondary education by 2025. 307 more words


I've Quit! Here's why:

After a huge amount of care and consideration, this week I made the monumental decision to see my Head teacher to announce that I would be resigning from my role at the end of this school year. 634 more words


Persian Gulf War

Now that I am all caught up on my blogging schedule, here is today’s post!

I am studying to become a high school American History teacher. 356 more words


Letting Go of The Classroom Reins

As teachers, it is so difficult for us to let students lead. We fear:

but one of the most important things we can do is to allow our students to guide their own learning in the classroom. 824 more words

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Using Non-Linear Thinking in the Classroom

Many education experts and gurus are touting the benefits of teaching students more non-linear thinking strategies. Methods include project-based learning, student-initiated learning, inquiry-based lessons, Hour of Code, and Genius Hour. 516 more words

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Building STE(Mathematics) through overseas exchange with Australian Initial Teacher education students

by Shirley Gilbert

More and more cross-cultural understanding is just one of the many standards that initial teacher education providers are required to demonstrate as part of their preparation of Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programs. 1,237 more words

Primary Education