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Are Learners Actually Learning?

It seems like the current state of education (especially post-secondary education) is coming to a crossroads. Teaching first can be traced back to the great Greek Teacher Confucius (561 BC). 946 more words


Will there ever be enough Qualified teachers for Special Ed. Students?

I have been teaching now for close to 11 years.  I have a quick story and then some data to discuss.  When I first graduated from college,I was at a job fair in Newark, NJ. 568 more words

The Second Life by Edwin Morgan

I love Edwin Morgan’s poetry so much. My tenth grade English teacher introduced me to his work and I’ve been hunting it down where I could find it ever since. 585 more words


Hard Working Teachers!

Every day I am fortunate to see the exceptional results of our hard working teachers at Pacific Charter Institute. The hard work that our teachers engage in includes instructional strategies designed for the individual child. 60 more words

#TeachUsTuesday -- Kicking off a New Cooking Class

The Tuesdays keep coming and going and this week, we have Kristen St. Clair to highlight for her absolute dedication to the green, sustainable cooking she promotes both in her personal life and within her time here at Baker Hunt as a teacher! 193 more words


“cultural differences”? [rant]

so, i’m in my second year as an ELA teacher (last year 10th, this year 9th). Though I teach in a higher SES suburb, my school is one that students can “opt into” if their zoned school is a D or F. 564 more words


Prior Child Exposure to Social Networks likely to Misbehave Online

Diarmuid Hudner
CEO of Cybersmarties Ltd.

Research carried out by a social network for primary school kids in Ireland has revealed that 86% of children who have had previous access to adult social networks by the age of 12 are far more likely to misbehave online than kids who have not been allowed by their parents. 415 more words