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Teaching Towards the Future

2030 sees a very different classroom and different students. As part of The Agenda's special Learning 2030 series, we ask: Are Ontario teachers ready for the...
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Red Clay, WilmU sign teaching agreement - WDEL 1150AM

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Red Clay, WilmU sign teaching agreement
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The agreement allows for future teachers studying at Wilmington University to get first-hand experience in Red Clay classrooms.
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Teaching Towards the Future

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37 Blended Learning Resources You Can Use Tomorrow

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37 Blended Learning Resources You Can Use Tomorrow: blended learning, elearning, digital tools, khan academy, youtube (RT @Joe_Mazza: 37 #BlendedLearning Resources You Can Use Tomorrow via @teachthought http://t.co/ENfSGtxVu5...

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Getting and Keeping Computer Science Teachers in K-12 | Computer Science Teachers Association

With the recent publication of the new CSTA report Bugs in the System: Computer Science Teacher Certification in the U.S. CSTA has shone another white hot spotlight on the systemic barriers that keep good teachers from becoming computer science teachers. Today, however, I've been thinking about what comes next and I"ve realized that there is almost no discussion about keeping the good teachers we have. When are we going to start dealing with the fact that we are driving great CS teachers away from our classrooms?

 

The U.S. is only one nation that is now grappling with how to entice people with computer science knowledge into teaching. In Britain, for example, the British Computer Society (BCS) is administering a government-funded program that will award a number of $38,000 grants to new computer science teachers. Those not successful with the BCS grants may still qualify for a grant of $30,000 if they have a strong computer science academic record.

 

Right now, we only dream of such a program in the U.S. But even if we had one, the sad truth is that we would lose far too many of the teachers we attracted. According to the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future, one-third of all new teachers leave after three years, and 46 percent are gone within five years. In other words, half of the investment made in recruiting, training, and hiring new teachers is lost within the first five years.

 

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Teaching Grammar: Future Progressive and Future Perfect

International TEFL Academy Professor, Gosia, teaches future progressive and future perfect to intermediate students! To learn how you can get TEFL certified ...
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E-Learning = Innovation = Science | blended lea...

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Have you ever been to a conference where the presenter asks the audience, "Who's implemented a mobile learning strategy?", and only 2 or 3 people raise their hand? Forgive me: it's a rhetorical que...

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