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Welcome Primary Educators! Teaching students from ages 5 to 14 requires loads of subjects to cover and loads of resources to share. Join this group to reflect about your classes and brainstorm ideas for improvement.See More
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A Key to Education Reform.

The flipped classroom, maker movement, project-based learning, blended learning, student centered learning, hour of code, collaboration, direct instruction, and lecture, there are passionate teacher advocates supporting each of these methods as the best way for kids to learn. I am sure that there are some additional methods or movements that I have not mentioned.Each of these methods to teach can be effective with many groups of students. The burning question should be however, which is the…See More
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A Key to Education Reform.

The flipped classroom, maker movement, project-based learning, blended learning, student centered learning, hour of code, collaboration, direct instruction, and lecture, there are passionate teacher advocates supporting each of these methods as the best way for kids to learn. I am sure that there are some additional methods or movements that I have not mentioned.Each of these methods to teach can be effective with many groups of students. The burning question should be however, which is the…See More
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Special Education - The Basics of an Intervention Assistance Team

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support may be referred to as an Intervention Assistance Team (IAT), a Response to Interventions Team, a Behavior Academic Assistance...
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Special Education - The Basics of an Intervention Assistance Team

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support may be referred to as an Intervention Assistance Team (IAT), a Response to Interventions Team, a Behavior Academic Assistance...
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Leona Hinton commented on Adela Belin's blog post Step By Step Guide On How to Write Footnotes
"The difference between endnotes and footnotes is so simple but many students still do this mistake. Thanks for the interesting article, Adela, I'll share it with a great pleasure. "
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"Most teachers are against paraphrasing tools and essay writing services. The reason why is obvious  - such dishonest methods kill student creativity and ability to express personal thoughts and conclusions.  Nevertheless, I appreciate the…"
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