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Is Teaching An Art or A Science?

Yes.

It’s both, and it’s more.

The way I see it, to be a successful teacher you have to balance science (fundamentals of human cognition, individual and group psychology, etc.) with your own personal experience and the collective experiences of fellow teachers (whether they be colleagues, mentors, or internet strangers); then you must refine your day-to-day approach based on the strengths and weaknesses of your own personality. 584 more words

Cleveland Museum of Art: Fellowship - Day 2

Once again, we started on time. It’s a small thing, but I love it. We began with an exercise in Design Thinking. (Or there’s  716 more words

Education

Commentary: How should Singapore teachers manage issues of race in the classroom?

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Jul 21 each year marks Racial Harmony Day. Ho Li-Ching explores whether students should be encouraged to discuss controversial issues related to race in the classroom and what’s stopping teachers from doing so. 900 more words

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SeanYoungPhD: RT Rossputin: SeanYoungPhD Likewise, Sean, and thanks for the interesting book, "Stick With It"! 630khow

SeanYoungPhD: RT Rossputin: SeanYoungPhD Likewise, Sean, and thanks for the interesting book, "Stick With It"! 630khow

— Resolutions Teachers (@Newyearsteacher) July 20, 2017

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July Discussion: If you were calling the shots how would you change ongoing professional development for teachers in your community?

If I were calling the shots, I would make sure professional development was relevant and appropriate for the grade level and subject matter.

Too often teachers are forced to sit through a professional development class that does not apply to the subject and/or grade level they teach. 452 more words

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