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Do you think schools should focus on teaching K-12 students 21st century skills or stick to a core curriculum? Join us to hear, and debate, both sides of the issue.
December 7, 2006
Enjoying the lighter side of being a Jewish educator in a day school or afternoon school is a challenge. Share your comments here. Why reinvent the wheel if we can merrily roll along together?!
You're here, so at least you've been thinking about the fact that bullying is a pretty big problem. You're right, it is! But what can you do about it? You can do a lot!
Whether you are being bullied, you have seen kids being bullied, or you're pretty sure you have bullied others, there are plenty of good things you can do to help make sure it doesn't happen again. No matter how you've been affected by bullying, it's a good idea to talk to an adult. Even though it's hard to talk to grown-ups sometimes, they can help!
October 29, 2007
This is where I post my thoughts and teaching experiences.
The Ayn Rand Institute offers free class sets of books to teachers and essay contests to students
Jen Matthews -
January 25, 2007
This group is for all undergraduate students in the Boston University School of Education. Let's get connected and share ideas!
Aisha Bryant -
March 25, 2013
This group was created to be a place where JHU students enrolled in the Emerging Issues in Technology Class could post thoughts, ideas, and comments about what they have learned, incorporated, and/or witnessed in regards to social networking and education.
Share!!!! Post!!!! Comment!!!!!
High School AP World History Group, Resources and Educators.
August 5, 2010
Promotion of online education system. Advantages and Disadvantages.
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