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Classhack: Pass It On

In his book Teach Like a Champion: 49 Techniques that Put Students on the Path to College, Author Doug Lemov describes many simple techniques that are of value in college classrooms as well. 225 more words

Pleasure In Learning

Guest Post: Finding Time for Leadership Education in the Age of Common Core and Standardized Testing

By Mariam G. MacGregor, author of Building Everyday Leadership for All Kids

Regardless of what grade level or subject being taught, it’s tough right now in education to fit everything into the typical school day. 1,014 more words

FSP Author

Locating and Using Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Open Educational Resources (OERs) offer instructors opportunities to integrate freely-available course materials to support their teaching and learning activities.

Dr. Karen K. Hein, Senior Coordinator for the Teaching & Technology Center at UNO, provides a brief overview of OERs, highlighting intellectual property rights and resources for locating and accessing these types of materials. 246 more words

Teaching Strategies

Don’t Scratch That Itch

Ok, you get an itch. You scratch it a time or two and then think, “I won’t scratch it any more.” But you do. That’s the way use of fragments can get when writing. 232 more words

Pleasure In Learning

Bringing Purpose to Science

Written by Andrea Isogai

“The skills, aptitudes, and attitudes necessary to industrialize the earth are not necessarily the same as those that will be needed to heal the earth” 1,478 more words

Gr 4-6 Science & Tech

New Research on Teaching Strategies for Improving Algebra

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The US What Works Clearinghouse recently released a guide with new research on teaching strategies for improving Algebra. 52 more words

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