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Teaching high school students can be tough, but teaching them blind? That's what it's like for Kathy Nimmer, Indiana English Teacher and finalist for 2015 National Teacher of the Year, who has been teaching for more than two decades.
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The drop in teacher enrollment has steadily decreased over the past few years, and it's officially a noticeable decline.
Teacher preparation program enrollment has steadily decreased over the past few years, and studies have shown strong decreases in California, North...
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Teachers can use technology successfully in their classrooms with any of these three methods.
There are plenty of ways educators can harness technology in the classroom. They can go beyond using educational games or communicating on social...
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Increased security in schools is starting to transform them into maximum-security facilities rather than educational ones, but one company aims to...
Increased security in schools is starting to transform them into maximum-security facilities rather than educational ones, but one company aims to...
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Research from Brigham Young University has found that active learning produces the learning outcomes in flipped and non-flipped classrooms.
Research has found that active learning produces the same students learning outcomes in flipped and non-flipped classrooms. The full study, "...
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This week's Education World STEM Roundup touches on girls in STEM, a new and engaging science program called Project Innovation, and news about Robai...
Learning Computer Code Inspires Confidence In Young Girls Self-taught computer coder Stephanie Castillo wrote an opinion piece about how girls are...
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A vote on the House to rewrite the No Child Left Behind, or Elementary and Secondary Education Act, was canceled by the chamber's Republican leaders.
A vote on the House to rewrite the No Child Left Behind, or Elementary and Secondary Education Act, was canceled by the chamber's Republican leaders...
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According to a recent study published in JAMA Pediactrics, one in five girls and one in 10 boys said they'd been abused in a relationship at least...
According to a recent study published in JAMA Pediactrics, many American teens, both boys and girls, experience physical and sexual abuse while...
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This week, Education World has you covered with finding resources, lesson plans, and activities to teach students about Daylight Saving Time.
Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 8 2015. This week, teachers will want to educate their students about what Daylight Saving Time is all...