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Cultural and Language Struggles: Interview with a Teacher in Honduras

Natelee with a student This is part of the World Education Blog's #TeacherTuesday project in which they share interviews with  teachers from around the world. Stay tuned for the next interview which features a teacher who ran secret schools during the Taliban's era in order to make sure girls could continue their education. You will find these interviews posted under the Read full article »

Ideas for National Bullying Prevention Month (Infographic)

“Today I shall behave, as if this is the day I will be remembered.” ~ Dr. Seuss From kindergarten to high school I was bullied. I love books, wore bifocals for a long time, won a lot of academic awards, and always made the honor roll. Yup, I was a pretty good candidate to be bullied. I learned later to make Read full article »

BYOT: No Internet Access, No Problem

Part of the Mobile Learning Series! "The principle goal of education in schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done." ~ Jean Piaget I have been traveling throughout Slovenia and Croatia for the past month training teachers in integrating Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) effectively with their classes. I was Read full article »

Why the PopuLLar Project is Popular with Teens

What’s great about the PopuLLar project and how can you and your students get involved? It’s a project that is 'Owned' by the students who work autonomously and collaboratively; teachers are facilitators and guides to the project process. It uses the students own love of music as the motivator and we know teenagers love their music. Their music is personal and an Read full article »

Filling the Gap by Joel Josephson

by Guest Author, Joel Josephson   As educators we are more than constantly frustrated by the interference of academics (with little or no experience of the teaching of children), politicians and administrators with little or no direct pedagogic experience in the education process. Their solution to raising educational standards, almost globally, is to test children as a way to weed out bad teachers, Read full article »

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