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What would happen if we focused on the process of learning rather than just the metric to judge it by? Would it change that much? Probably.
"You can’t be great if you’re not enthusiastic," the president said.
He reclines on the floor with his head propped against the leg of someone who loves him. My guide dog Elias is content, but my leg is not his favorite leaning post anymore. Elias is retired.
Many more "great students" could be developed and supported if only their schools allowed their teachers to discover who they really are and nurture their passions. At present we are moving in the opposite direction.
Our investment in deeper learning for our children returns to students the preparation that the future demands and the education that they deserve.
When speaking with HuffPost Live, McComb talked about some of the challenges educators are facing today. "[The thank-you's
So why is it that some teachers are succeeding so exquisitely while others struggle?
It's always amazing to see people recognized for going above and beyond. Chosen as one of PEOPLE's Teachers of the Year, Robert
Erica DePalo, 33, who previously taught English at West Orange High School in New Jersey, pleaded guilty to endangering the
When a student can see something rather than just read a textbook, they are much more likely to understand it and remember it. For instance, if I was to tell you a T-Rex has big teeth, would you fully understand and be able to put that into perspective?
If we don't want education to be dressed in a culture of defensiveness and excuses, then we must take them away by welcoming such classroom foibles as authentic opportunities to flourish, not as shortcomings to bemoan.
News of the scandal come especially as a surprise as Matthews had been working in New York City schools since 2000, and was
Zimmer took DePalo's sophomore English class. While several students seem unsurprised by the allegations, others remember
2012 year marks the fourth consecutive year in which California has doled out pink slips to teachers, to the point that a
Rebecca Mieliwocki, a 7th-grade English teacher in California's Luther Burbank Middle School, got an exciting message in
The school board placed Bunn on paid leave following the incident, until an Independent Hearing Examiner could review the
He credited Shearer, and teachers like her, for giving America strength through tough times, and highlighted the need for