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2014/08/26 10:43
2014/08/26 10:43
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As summer winds down, most veteran educators look forward to the return of their students—but it’s always good when we get an extra jolt of inspiration. This year, my jolt came from Elana Jaret, a...
2014/08/26 10:43
2014/08/26 10:43
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2014/08/16 19:25
2014/08/16 19:25
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Two teachers are facing discipline hearings for inappropriate behaviour when they worked for the Grand Erie District School Board. Notices were issued to Dean Richard Crites in January 2013 and...
2014/08/14 01:09
2014/08/14 01:09
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Teaching dwarfs every other profession that requires a college degree. Nationwide, 3.7 million schoolteachers serve grades K–12—more than all the doctors, lawyers, and engineers in the country...
2014/08/11 12:33
2014/08/11 12:33
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How to turn every child into a “math person” Miles Kimball is an economics professor at the University of Michigan. He blogs about economics, politics and religion. Earlier this month, the US Math...
2014/08/09 20:48
2014/08/09 20:48
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The common view of great teachers is that they are born that way. Like Michelle Pfeiffer’s ex-marine in “Dangerous Minds,” Edward James Olmos’s Jaime Escalante in “Stand and Deliver,” and Robin...
2014/08/06 20:46
2014/08/06 20:46
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A vacant health and physical education instructor position has been filled in the Palmerton Area School District. On a 7-0 vote, the school board at a special meeting on Tuesday approved Jaclyn...
2014/08/05 21:32
2014/08/05 21:32
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Ilan Samson may be the kindest, most patient man you’ll ever hate talking to. He’ll make you do math. Worse yet, he’ll make you defend your answer. Samson invented a tool, called the QAMA calculator...
2014/07/30 07:57
2014/07/30 07:57
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I�m starting to wonder if we�ve entered some kind of golden age of books about education. First came Paul Tough�s book, �How Children Succeed,� about the importance of developing noncognitive skills...
2014/07/28 11:33
2014/07/28 11:33
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If you want to be rich and powerful, majoring in STEM is a good place to start Jonathan Wai is a researcher at the Duke University Talent Identification Program and Case Western Reserve University...
2014/08/26 10:43
2014/08/26 10:43
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