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The Significant Benefits Of Creativity In The Classroom

The Significant Benefits Of Creativity In The Classroom by TeachThought Staff Creativity is a valuable skill. All too often people outgrow their imagination as adulthood approaches due to an encroaching sense of self-doubt, an ingrained belief that it’s an impractical pursuit, or firm guidance from more experienced grown-ups advising engineering over art school. Although almost everyone

‘Social workers ran my life as a kid in care – now I am one’

Image copyright Roger Bool Image caption Defying the odds – Kerry graduated in July Very early on, social workers decided the family home was not a safe place for Kerry. “There was lots of drug and alcohol abuse, as well as domestic violence towards my mum. I got taken into care at the age of

Three Simple Tech Tools to Make Math Thinking Visible | MindShift

Roshan has now been flipping her classroom, and iterating on the method, for eight years. Over that time, she’s made her videos interactive, pausing the video with quizzes that check for understanding, and that provide her, the teacher, valuable formative assessment for the next day in class. She’s also started adding in other tech tools

One in 50 ‘children in need’ are not yet born

Image copyright PA Media Image caption More than 7,000 unborn children are recorded as “in need” Almost one in 50 of those officially classified as “children in need” in England have not yet been born. More than 7,000 of such vulnerable children have been put into this category before their birth, an analysis of government

‘We’re at breaking point’: will UK scientists’ big ideas survive Brexit? | Education

Professor Jurriaan Ton, a Dutch expert in plant science at Sheffield University, feels British. His son was born here, his family love Yorkshire, and after more than a decade of producing highly cited research in the UK he has invested “massively” in the resources needed to make his blue skies research a success. But if

Tuition Revenue Growth Expected to Slow

Growth in net tuition revenue is expected to slow in the 2020 fiscal year for both public and private universities, Moody’s Investors Service reported Monday. Public institutions’ median annual net tuition revenue growth is projected at 1 percent, down from 1.8 percent last year. Private institutions’ median net tuition revenue growth is expected to be 2.3 percent, a

Free Technology for Teachers: The Week in Review

Good afternoon from Maine where all the leaves have turned brown and the air has turned cold. We had our first snowfall of the year this week and the local ski mountain opened this morning. Winter isn’t far away. Staying indoors all day just because it’s cold is a recipe disaster in our house so

23 Must-Read Anti-Bullying Books for Kids

It’s more important than ever to teach students about the negative effects of bullying, early-on. With the help of our awesome teacher community, we compiled these anti-bullying books (organized from youngest to oldest) that address teasing, friendship, self-esteem and more. True friends stick up for one another, even when it’s a little bit scary. Best

7 Ways To Use Compliance Certifications To Maintain Company Standards

Certifications aren’t just for monitoring performance and boosting employee motivation, thanks to the fact they can show off their achievements. In this article, I discuss some creative ways to use compliance certifications to maintain company standards. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Source link