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Sep 25, 15

From Chris Wejr - When we look at our students with struggles, what do we see? The following video is an incredible story of how a teacher/professor became so frustrated with a student for sleeping in his class… that he actually asked him why.

Sep 20, 15

The number of homeless students enrolled in public schools hit a record high last year. But simply changing the way agencies define homeless youth could ensure that this vulnerable population gets the services they need.

Aug 29, 15

This is a great video to share with all teachers regarding students who seem disengaged in their class. We ned to get to know these students and not just take it personally. 

Aug 14, 15

Despite what you decide to do about smartphone use at school, it’s time for K-12 schools to start thinking about adding social media training for students. Some school districts already have mandatory classes based on approved curriculums and there are lots of great resources out there to help put something together.

Aug 10, 15

From Richard Byrne - If you can get students blogging early in the year, you can build momentum for the rest of the school year. Here are five things that you could have students blog about in the first week of school.

Aug 02, 15

From Audrey Watters - In developing this “personal cyberinfrastructure” through the Domain of One’s Own initiative, UMW gives students agency and control; they are the subjects of their learning, not the objects of education technology software.

Jul 25, 15

States in the Southeast suspend K-12 students at the highest rates in the country, according to new data released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Education...Suspended students are less likely to graduate on time and they are more likely to repeat a grade and enter the juvenile justice system, data show.

Apr 19, 15

From Richard Byrne - Here are some more good tools that students can use to analyze their own writing.

Feb 27, 15

When a gardening project went awry, they discovered a naturally occurring bacteria in soil called Diazotroph. The girls determined that the bacteria could be used to speed up the the germination process of certain crops, like barley and oats, by 50 percent, potentially helping fulfill the rising demand for food worldwide.

Jan 17, 15

Great site to support students dealing with loss

Jul 03, 14

From Richard Byrne - How to register students via GMail for third-party accounts without an e-mail account.

Jun 28, 14

From Kathy Cassidy - As the Internet becomes an increasingly important part of all of our lives, children are spending more time online as well. And they are doing this largely without any guidance about what is responsible or appropriate online.

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