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What better way to help younger students to understand their (larger) world than to have other kids who are living it teach about it? That's the idea that Touchable Earth is employing for their project.
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It's the end of the year in most countries and many are heading out the door. Before you do, listen to why right now, yes NOW, is a good time for educators to reflect.
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We have a ton of Edudemic readers from South Africa so we thought this would be quite useful: a look at education in South Africa
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It's not easy being an effective instructor. But this step-by-step guide should help you understand what it'll take to reach your students.
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In this insightful essay, Annette Louise Brown examines how to build useful and powerful student-teacher relationships - and why it's beyond important.
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Having a positive classroom environment is key to quality learning. This is my story of how I became a chalkboard champion with some unexpected results.
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There are a lot of Google Reader alternatives out there. But there are two potential alternatives that you better keep your eye on this week.
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We have a ton of Edudemic readers from Austria so we thought this would be quite useful: a look at education in Austria.
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If you like to bring multimedia into your lessons (and who doesn't?) then you probably use YouTube in the classroom from time to time.
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We have a ton of Edudemic readers from Germany so we thought this would be quite useful: a look at education in Germany.
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If you're looking for some innovative ways to teach physics, then look no further than your own home. There are plenty of physics lessons just waiting to be discovered.
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You can actually use Twitter in the classroom with Bloom's Taxonomy thanks to this awesome table that details nearly two dozen different ways to integrate the pair!
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The Rhodes Youth Forum will involve more than 100 students who gather together to discuss solving major global challenges in education and beyond.
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As part of my travel unit for my senior Japanese Foreign Language class, I do a quick review of direction giving. In the 3rd year class we use a static map for guiding around. But bringing that same map back for the Grade 12's just didn't seem to cut it. I don't work in a school with 1:1 or even the wireless capability to support BYOD but our labs are reasonably quick so I have a pair share a computer there.