Do NOT Do That: A Teacher’s List for Herself
posted by: Jill | December 08, 2010, 03:26 pm   

There are many helpful lists of what we should do to as educators. But what should be avoided?

Arkansas Students Learn On High-Tech School Bus
posted by: Pamela | December 02, 2010, 12:30 pm   

According to a recent article published by My Fox Memphis News, students in the local Hector School District are now participating in a new and exciting education program on their way to school.

New Developments in the Class Size Debate
posted by: Pamela | December 01, 2010, 09:59 am   

A few years ago, class size seemed to be one of the most talked about classroom policies. Smaller class sizes would lessen the load on an educator and give students a more individualized classroom experience, right? Well, just as fast as class sizes went down, they are now creeping back up and gaining attention in certain states struggling with budget shortfalls.
New Report Highlights Education Around the World
posted by: Pamela | November 29, 2010, 02:28 pm   

What can we learn from some of the most innovative school systems around the world? This is the question a new McKinsey & Company report asks in their researched narrative, How the world's most improved school systems keep getting better. In the report released today, education experts from Canada, Hong Kong, and South Africa discussed on an interactive online panel their different successes and what makes their school systems competitive in the global market.
Student Communication
posted by: Jill | November 24, 2010, 11:14 am   

This week marks the beginning of the holiday festivities.  For me, it used to mean the end of trimester one and the beginning of my fall break (I worked at a year-round school). To end the trimester, I would often write a letter to each class.  After reading the letter together, I asked them to respond by answering some questions which I had written down.

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