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50 Things You Never Knew About Teaching

50 Things You Never Knew About Teaching | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
If you have ever considered being a teacher or are almost ready to graduate from a teacher training program, you might have some ideas about what you t...

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5 Essential Classroom Management Tools for Teachers

5 Essential Classroom Management Tools for Teachers | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
These classroom management tools -- from apps to videos -- offer tips for both new teachers and vets alike.
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25 Ways To Make A Book By Hand...

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Treat Children As the Scientists They Are and Skip the Terrible Two’s

Treat Children As the Scientists They Are and Skip the Terrible Two’s | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
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How To Talk To Difficult Students — Smart Classroom Management

How To Talk To Difficult Students — Smart Classroom Management | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
Most teachers talk to difficult students too much, because somewhere along the line they’ve gotten the idea that the more attention they give them, the better teacher they’ll be. So they pull them aside for pep-talks, reminders, and lectures.
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During my classroom observations, I've noticed quite a few difficult students that act out and disturb the class. I' wondered what the most effective technique was to help these students. This provides great ideas and alternatives if the first few aren't successful!

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Organize An Offline Class With Skillshare

Organize An Offline Class With Skillshare | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
Skillshare makes cities classrooms and all of their residents potential teachers.
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Bloomin' iPad by Kathy Schrock

Bloomin' iPad by Kathy Schrock | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it

Below you will find links to iPad applications that target the various levels of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.

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Educational Technology Guy: 10 Important Skills Students need for the Future

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Setting up Student Blogs | Integrating Technology in the Primary Classroom

Setting up Student Blogs | Integrating Technology in the Primary Classroom | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
I've been asked a few questions lately about setting up student blogs so I thought it would be timely to update my post from 2010 about the process I...
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The Innovative Educator: How Ritalin ruined my childhood

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What Can We Give to Teachers to Make Them Better Teachers? - Education - GOOD

What Can We Give to Teachers to Make Them Better Teachers? - Education - GOOD | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
If our teachers are going to be effective educators, we need to do a better job of keeping them happy. What do teachers think would do that?
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School district launches HR investigation into controversial...

School district launches HR investigation into controversial... | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
Gwinnett County Schools says it has launched a full 'human resources investigation' into all teachers involved with some controversial math homework questions that talked about slavery and beatings.
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A Principal's Reflections: Social Media is Not Just For Students

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How to Promote Yourself (Without Being Sleazy)

How to Promote Yourself (Without Being Sleazy) | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
Whether due to modesty, timidity, or just a desire not to annoy anyone, most of us suck at self-promotion.
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50 Ways to Integrate Technology - Ways to Anchor Technology in Your Classroom Tomorrow

50 Ways to Integrate Technology - Ways to Anchor Technology in Your Classroom Tomorrow | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it

Using Free Websites as Learning & Teaching Tools

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How to Create Your Own Textbook — With or Without Apple | MindShift

How to Create Your Own Textbook — With or Without Apple | MindShift | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
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Teachers take to Twitter to improve craft and commiserate

Teachers take to Twitter to improve craft and commiserate | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
Teachers say the camaraderie and free, instantaneous help they find through Twitter is far more useful than traditional school training programs.
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Student vs Homework

Wild HOMEWORK appeared! It's student versus his homework...... Who will win? You will now look at every homework assignment this way. (Songs and Sounds from ...
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Everything You Need to Know About the Apple for Education Talk

Everything You Need to Know About the Apple for Education Talk | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
Miss the big news from Apple? Check out these six must-see items from the company's education keynote.
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Textbooks Meet the iPad

Textbooks Meet the iPad | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
I was totally planning to finish work on the final entry of my Broken System series today, but I have been completely sidetracked with Apple’s big education announcement today.

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The Invigilator

The Invigilator | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it

The Invigilator, directed by Manesh Nesaratnam, is a story about two high-school teachers and their aspirations in the teaching profession. Starring celebrity actor Cheryl Samad and Tony Eusoff, this film is at once a light-hearted clash of pedagogical perspectives and at the same time an echo of societies' frustrations with the inadequacies of available education systems.

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The Value of Teachers

A new study suggests a great teacher is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars in increased earning power to students. It’s time to overhaul our education policy.
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Twitter in the Classroom | Venspired Learning

Twitter in the Classroom | Venspired Learning | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it

There are so many GREAT educators on Twitter and it’s great to connect, learn, and grow from them.

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Hustlin': Why We Should Stop Obsessing Over What College Majors Make Us Rich - News - GOOD

Hustlin': Why We Should Stop Obsessing Over What College Majors Make Us Rich - News - GOOD | The New Classroom Culture | Scoop.it
We get it, English majors are poor. But instead of following the money, shouldn't we be asking why our culture undervalues arts and humanities?
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Diary of a First Year Teacher | What's it Like to Be a First Year Teacher?

A colleague of mine is teaching a secondary social studies methods class at a local university this spring. He asked if I and another first year s.s. teacher would be willing to speak to his teacher candidates about what it’s like to be a first year teacher. Here’s what I know so far.

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