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Imagine this:  You walk into your classroom one day and say to your students, “A poll cited in the Scientific American says that just 66 percent of millennials firmly believe ...

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A principal wears all the hats in the school—provides direction for teachers, students, and staff; assesses curricula; monitor student achievement; evaluates teaching methods; revise policies and ...

Higher Education

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Classroom learning today has left the age of flipping through textbooks to follow along with the teacher, at least not for every class lesson. Teachers today are taking advantage of ...

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    Listen to educators almost anywhere and at any grade level, including college, and you will hear questions on how to keep students engaged throughout the entire lesson. Students enter class with a wide variety of experiences, stressors, and distractions that teachers know nothing about—and that is just in one day. So, is there a way ...
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    Imagine this:  You walk into your classroom one day and say to your students, “A poll cited in the Scientific American says that just 66 percent of millennials firmly believe that the Earth is round. Do you believe this is true? That the world is not round? Your assignment for the next 2 weeks is ...
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    Being a new teacher can be quite intimidating as there are so many critical things to learn. And, that does not even include what happens when school actually starts. One area where a new teacher can find help and resources is for lesson planning. Here are some ideas to keep in mind as you plan: ...
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    Focused on developing a more authentic, fair method of assessing student knowledge than standardized tests, Grant Wiggins wrote an essay in the early 1990s in which he argued that “As long as we hold simplistic monitoring tests to be adequate models of and incentives for reaching national intellectual standards, student performance, teaching, and our thinking ...
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    Everyone in life experiences setbacks, frustrations, challenges, and new, unfamiliar experiences, and the ability to think about how to adapt to those circumstances can be the difference between success and failure. It is learning what works best for you and maximizing it. If adults struggle with this process called “metacognition”, or how we think about ...
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