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    WHY A CLASSROOM CULTURE OF KINDNESS IS SO IMPORTANT

    Oct 20, 2019

    Upon arrival to college, however, they find themselves in classes with people who share those same passions. I have seen so many times students start their time at college and totally come out of their shell within the first few weeks. It’s fascinating to watch these nervous students who previ...


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    ARE WE RUSHING EDUCATION CHANGE? THE CASE FOR SLOWING THINGS DOWN

    Oct 19, 2019

    Education is known for endless change, and over the years that’s taken many forms: testing modifications, curriculum adjustments, new committees to join, fresh acronyms to learn. With these continuous shifts comes an accompanying sense of urgency, one that tells educators to hurry up and imple...


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    WHY THE PROGRAMME FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSESSMENT (PISA) IS PROBLEMATIC

    Oct 18, 2019

    The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a global standardised test for 15-year olds in OECD and non-OECD nations, taken to evaluate their academic performance. Using the test results of over 500,000 students from 72 countries, it aims to provide nations with comparative data to ...


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    NEW STUDY PROVES THAT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN SCHOOLS BOOSTS LEARNING

    Oct 17, 2019

    Physical activity in schools often only takes place in the form of physical education (PE) or after-school sports and games. However, a new study has revealed the benefits of physically-active lessons, where exercise is embedded into classroom activities. For example, students do star jumps or run o...


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    HOW COLLEGES ARE BRINGING ONLINE STUDENTS INTO THE CLASSROOM

    Oct 17, 2019

    When online education entered the scene more than two decades ago, its critics predicted it would dampen the quality of college instruction. Today, the sector has shed some of those concerns, with about one-third of students taking at least one course online.Yet there's still room for improvemen...


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    5 STRATEGIES TO ENGAGE STUDENTS WITH ATTENTION ISSUES

    Oct 17, 2019

    Engaging students with attention issues and ADHD—rather than just managing their behavior—should be a goal for every teacher. Teachers worry, though, that they will have to create a separate curriculum or otherwise alter how they teach. Not so, said Ezra Werb, M.Ed., an educational thera...


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    STELLIC RAISES $3.1 MILLION TO HELP STUDENTS NAVIGATE COURSE SCHEDULING

    Oct 16, 2019

    As a new college student in 2012, Sabih Bin Wasi found his excitement over his many course options tempered by his confusion at scheduling them. He spent a weekend logging in a spreadsheet course prerequisites and planning semesters ahead for classes in computer science and business.“The more ...


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    RESEARCHERS FIND KINDERGARTEN READINESS TEST CAN PREDICT EARLY SCHOOL SUCCESS

    Oct 16, 2019

    According to researchers at the University of Missouri, who examined test results from 350 students at six elementary schools, a kindergarten readiness test can accurately predict how well a student will do 18 months later, District Administration reports. The readiness test is a tool designed to he...


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