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Education - On

The question on education is lost in the torrent of information suggested to us. We just cannot get enough of the news. So educators, if we…

Started by Rose Scott

0 Mar 17, 2017

Educational Resources From Teachers College

Teachers College Columbia University has developed a set of curriculums that educators might find useful as they prepare for the new academ…

Started by George Nantwi

0 Aug 22, 2013

Math Nspired – What’s New: Middle Grades & Algebra 1 - Free Webinar!

Registration here: http://bit.ly/r2rjqyT³ - Teachers Teaching with Technology™ Webinar ProgramTuesday, Oct 4, 2011 -- 8 PM EDT | 7 PM CDT |…

Started by S Enty

0 Sep 30, 2011

Giving Away 3 Licenses for Camtasia Studio

Free to Enter -     Hosted by: my Blog, Kleinspiration and TechSmith

Started by Erin Klein

0 Jun 15, 2011

You need to be heard in a new TED reform discussion

Please contribute to an important education reform discussion on the TED site. Educators need to be heard. Find the TED discussion at this…

Started by Mark Barnes

0 May 18, 2011

Discussing what makes great teachers great

C-Span's Book TV aired my talk about my book Conversations with Great Teachers. The people asked some great questions. The talk can be view…

Started by bill smoot

0 Dec 20, 2010

Any educators in the South Florida area interested in a meetup?

I recently wrote a blog post about NCS-Tech blogger Kevin Jarrett and his post about edcamp Philly. All I could think after reading his pos…

Started by Amanda Kenuam

0 Apr 22, 2010

The One Comment Project

  In July of 2009, I launched The One Comment A Day Project. My mission was to promote new bloggers and bring comments to existing blogs. I…

Started by Andrew Marcinek

3 Feb 12, 2010
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Calculus Tutoring

Calculus is originated from a Latin word ‘calculus’ and literally, it signifies 'small pebble'. However, it is a mathematical study related to continuous change, similarly the algebra, geometry, and others. There are two different prominent branches of calculus Differential Calculus (concerned with the slopes of the curve and rates of change) and Integral Calculus (related to the areas between…See More
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How to Stay Connected to Your Family While You Are Teaching Abroad

Say you’ve always wanted to teach English abroad, you studied hard and that new TESOL/TEFL Certificate is in your hot little hands and now,…See More
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Preston Felix commented on Catrin Cooper's blog post 5 Ways to Teach Kids Essay Writing at Home
"Writing an argumentative essay is very different from writing an academic essay. However, even in an academic essay, you’d still be hoping to persuade the reader to agree with your point of view. This is because you are advocating a certain…"
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