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Are you dealing with teenage drama about college? If you were expecting an easy ride you’ve probably realized that you were delusional. Even the best of daughters has her moments; and even the model son makes you want to pull your hair out. A friend of mine once told me... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Suzanne Shaffer
Spread the loveHere is a quick and dirty list of teaching ideas for early childhood teachers. 1. Choose an appealing theme. 2. Consider laminating your books. 3. Build a library of books on various topics. 4. Set up sensory tables. 5. Gather reading buddies. 6. Cover your easel. 7. Stock... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
What Is A Needs Assessment? Gus Presta described a needs assessment as “a study of the gap between an organization’s desired state and its current state. When done correctly, a needs assessment challenges assumptions and broadens the discussion to include data and divergent perspectives, mitigates groupthink and individual biases, enables... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By ATD Editor
Spread the loveJust a quick and dirty list of tips and tricks for substitute teachers. 1. Follow the plans. 2. Go in early. 3. Fill your time. 4. Fill those last few minutes. 5. Try a math filler. 6. Take attendance. 7. Stay the course and leave notes. 8. Stay... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Why You Should Make Learning Content Interactive In case you don't know, interaction is a two (or more) way action that happens between objects, with one affecting the other. Now, let's make it more relevant to the topic of this article. In the learning space, the term interaction has a... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Naveen Neelakandan
Spread the loveIn America, today’s school counselors do a lot more than their predecessors. It may be hard to tell from the outside looking in, but they help teachers and staff handle various issues, counsel parents, and sometimes play a crucial part in shaping education policy. They are a pivotal... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Spread the loveIn America, today’s school counselors do a lot more than their predecessors. It may be hard to tell from the outside looking in, but they help teachers and staff handle various issues, counsel parents, and sometimes play a crucial part in shaping education policy. They are a pivotal... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Spread the loveHere are 51 books that teach kids social skills. 1.       There Might Be Lobsters  by Carolyn Crimi 2.       The What-Ifs by Emily Kilgore 3.       Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwall 4.       The Camping Trip by Jennifer K. Mann 5.... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Spread the loveIn America, today’s school counselors do a lot more than their predecessors. It may be hard to tell from the outside looking in, but they help teachers and staff handle various issues, counsel parents, and sometimes play a crucial part in shaping education policy. They are a pivotal... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Spread the loveIn America, today’s school counselors do a lot more than their predecessors. It may be hard to tell from the outside looking in, but they help teachers and staff handle various issues, counsel parents, and sometimes play a crucial part in shaping education policy. They are a pivotal... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Spread the loveIn America, today’s school counselors do a lot more than their predecessors. It may be hard to tell from the outside looking in, but they help teachers and staff handle various issues, counsel parents, and sometimes play a crucial part in shaping education policy. They are a pivotal... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Spread the loveHere are 20 books that teach kids about the importance of names. 1. The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi 2. Alma and How She Got Her Name by Juana Martinez-Neal 3. You Stole My Name by Dennis McGregor 4. Hello, My Name is Ruby by Philip C. Stead... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Matthew Lynch
Will The Pandemic Drive eLearning's Renaissance? There's a saying, "When opportunity knocks, open the door (paraphrased)." For eLearning practitioners, opportunity is pounding on their door right now and it shouldn't be ignored. It may be a long time before another opportunity like this comes around again. If you're wondering what... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Ajay Pangarkar, CTDP, CPA, CMA
By Julie Margetta Morgan, Senior Advisor and Acting Under Secretary, Office of the Under Secretary Congress created the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program in 2007 to give back to the millions of nurses, police officers, firefighters, public defenders, and other Americans working in public service. Since then, federal... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
Source: Ed Blog
By Timothy Lawson
Online Training Seat Time: How To Find Out When Your Time Is Up With Modern Employees Employed adults may still want to advance their education. Especially the kind of tasks that can help their careers progress. But between office tasks, family responsibilities, and the occasional leisure activity, they just don’t... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-23
By Christopher Pappas
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