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The Global Search for Education: Coming...

"While some celebrated the accomplishments of the first African American president, others devolved into deep-seated anger about how his presidency altered the course of the U.S., globally and at home. Globalization has undoubtedly contributed to these differences, since the gaps – in education...

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The Global Search for Education: I Have...

“It is time to for us to awaken to our true selves, to listen to what makes our hearts sing – to find our element.” — Sacha Abercorn, Her Grace the Duchess of Abercorn

When terror and fear is left in a child, Sacha Abercorn OBE, the Duchess of Abercorn, explains it will “carry...

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Chinese New Year Begins January 28 (...

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Chinese New Year Factoids

Kung Hei Fat Choy!
That’s Happy New Year in Chinese. 2017 is the Year of the Rooster. The rooster is a symbol of confidence. Those born under...

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What's Your Teaching Philosophy?

One of the most powerful exercises I have ever completed was writing down my philosophy on teaching and education. Before you dismiss this idea and begin to search for more "practical" teaching advice, I ask that you keep reading.

Possessing a teaching philosophy serves as a sail to guide you through your career. It provides a framework for your pedagogy—for all your instructional decisions, for how you implement curriculum, how you interact with students and parents. Clearly...

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Inauguration Day Fun Facts (Possible...

Inauguration Day Facts!

Possible Interactive Notebook Activity by

Gail Skroback Hennessey

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Around the World in 30 Days: December...

C. M. Rubin’s Global Education Report

We were delighted to win our second Upton Sinclair Award this year, given for our “continual work on world-wide educational issues.” In the more...

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Identifying Gifted Students in Your...

Frankly, the notion that a teacher can complete a master's degree in education, or even go through their entire career, and never complete training in gifted education concerns me. Chances are you will have a gifted child in your class at some point in your career. You will also likely have students, who have yet to be identified as "gifted," but require special services. That means it falls on you (as well as other adults involved in the child's life) to "spot" this student's...

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The Global Search for Education: The...

According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the gap between the rich and the poor keeps widening, with the richest 10% of the population...

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In the News: The Giraffe's...


The Giraffe
Possible Interactive Notebook Activity
by
Gail Skroback Hennessey


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In less than 30 years, the number of giraffes have drastically decreased by almost 40 percent. That makes the...

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The Global Search for Education: Top...

The Holidays are such a special time of year! Our lives take on a larger meaning as we think about our family, our extended family and our long-lost friends. It’s a time of giving and reflection.

Our Global Teacher Bloggers are pioneers and innovators in fields such as technology integration, mathematics coaching,...

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The Global Search for Education: Coming...

"While some celebrated the accomplishments of the first African American president, others devolved into deep-seated anger about how his presidency altered the course of the U.S., globally and at home. Globalization has undoubtedly contributed to these differences, since the gaps – in education...

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