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Leveraging the Potential of Personal Learning Networks for Teacher Professional Development - Doctoral Research Study

Dear Fellow Educators:     My name is Katherine Maloney and I am a doctoral student at the University of Phoenix.  My dissertation focuses…

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Is Professional Development Still a Joke?

Matthew Miles described professional development as it existed 1995 when he wrote the foreword for Thomas Guskey and Michael Huberman’s boo…

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Live concert for schools - International European education project

FolkDC live concert in 5 cities and resources for schools Music has been shown to have a very positive impact on language learning and the…

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What is your main motivation for social networking?

I am reviewing the landscape of professional development tools. It seems Facebook is now the lead when it comes to social networking based…

Started by Or-Tal Kiriati

3 Dec 1
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Looking to start penpals

Anyone teaching in a red state and interested in starting penpals w/ my 7th and/or 8th graders in blue San Francisco?

Started by jbmpickering

0 Nov 14

Lack of Play and Child Sensory Issue: What’s the Link?

When you kids get anxiety on his face, and child sensory issue shows. There is lack of play. What you think?

Started by Dorothy Hastings

1 Oct 12
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Classroom Design

Setting up a room- utilizing limited space- providing accessible materials- allowing contributions that lead to ownership- managing with fe…

Started by Melanie Hutchinson

2 Oct 11
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Media Literacy Skills

How can media literacy skills be improved in Kindergarten class?  Their written and verbal expression will be improved through multimedia p…

Started by Farina Rana

1 Oct 8
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Technology

Where does your school stand when it comes to technology availability for your students?

Started by Lenni D. Nedley

4 Oct 7
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Infographic: The Facts About Teacher Morale and Retention

Studies suggest that teacher morale has a serious impact on student performance—schools where teachers are more satisfied with working cond…

Started by Rebecca Howard

2 Oct 7
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Learning Management System

My school system will soon discuss which learning management system would be best to use with our students. I say, "Why choose one?" Web/cl…

Started by Racquel Springer

3 Oct 7
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Reading and Kindles

I recently wrote about Kindles and how they could engage our net-gen to read This http://bit.ly/Hdmsk2  advocates print. I would really lik…

Started by Holly Fairbrother

8 Oct 7
Reply by Leesa Johnson

Is your school engaging in blended learning?

Dear Colleagues, Over the summer, I have been working with the Clayton Christensen Institute, a non-profit institution conducting research…

Started by Scott Johns

1 Oct 7
Reply by Leesa Johnson

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