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From classroom management to working with parents, lesson planning to learning environments, this compilation of blogs, videos, and other resources provides an array of tips and advice for teachers just starting out.
eco-virtualWith the popular explosion of Minecraft among middle schoolers and beyond, it’s worth noting that it isn’t the only open world virtual environment with educational value. Nor is it always the most ideal game for teaching every concept, leading other games are picking up the slack. As a result, inspired educators and students are taking notice and branching out.
It was, she remembered, the first standing ovation she ever received as a librarian. Laura Fleming was working at an elementary school in River Edge, N.J., one of those tiny suburban school districts across the river from Manhattan. It was 2009, she’d been working in education for 12 years and she’d long been searching for …
Google Expeditions are field trips with a virtual reality twist. Last spring, Hector Camacho guided his high school economics class on comprehensive tours of the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve banks, and the Treasury Building. Students swept their eyes up countless Neoclassical columns before heading inside for a detailed look -- all without leaving the library of their Mountain View, California school.
Lawmakers in the U.S. Senate struck down an amendment to a bill to rewrite No Child Left Behind that would have allowed parents to opt out of standardized tests without potential consequences. The move differs from a version of the legislation in the House that would not factor opt-outs into participation rates.
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