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Should every conference have a 'disrupt strand' #learning2

Just back from a wonderful learning2 experience. Rather than go the usual route of attending workshops, I took the road less travelled and spent my time attending the  314 more words

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EHS Alumna Encourages Dreams About College

Miami University’s College of Education, Health and Society’s alumna Natalie Klem (Klotz) is a 5th grade math teacher at LEAD Prep Southeast, a middle school in Nashville, Tennessee.  105 more words

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First Nations Control of Education: Will Teach for Canada Be a Critical Piece in the Transition?

Every September a fresh crop of hundreds of mostly novice teachers head North to teach in remote, mostly First Nations populated communities. Hired by northern public school districts or aboriginal education authorities, the recruits arrive flush with excitement and prepared to ‘sink or swim’ on a mostly unfamiliar educational terrain. 792 more words

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Growing through Research

Embedded within my passion for literacy is my love for developmental drama.  I do love theatre as well (I as a professional actress for a couple of years), but developmental drama is fundamentally different than theatre.  375 more words


Is the lack of a London allowance affecting teacher training numbers in London?

What is happening in London? The data released by UCAS yesterday on applications and applicants for graduate teacher training courses as at the middle of September – after most courses will have started – shows that the data for applicants with a domicile in London seem way out of line when compared with the data for applicants domiciled in other parts of England. 678 more words


Starts Oct 6: Fundamentals of Online Teaching Certificate

From yesterday’s inbox…

–New UW-Madison certificate– Fundamentals of Online Teaching certificate startsOct 6! If you’re new to the field of online education and interested in learning more about teaching online, this is the perfect certificate for you.

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History Can Be Fun and Games

While we may look to the history books to see the chronicling of the past, we don’t have to limit how we teach history (or civics or social studies, or any subject, for that matter) to those same books. 337 more words