Monthly Archives: December 2014

Educational Myths

Skeptic » Insight » The Myth of Learning Styles.   There are myths about education that have impacted millions of teachers and students.  When we start to explore and research the myths, we often find less than stellar results. This … Continue reading

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A Love Letter to First-Year Teachers

A Love Letter to First-Year Teachers. While there are many doom and gloom stories out there but there are many uplifting messages for early career teachers as well.  Here is one example of of the inspirational notes that make teaching … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Make Meaningful Connections With Your Students

3 Ways to Make Meaningful Connections With Your Students | Edutopia. As a teacher, I started my career thinking that I was overwhelmed and I needed to learn so much about curriculum delivery and classroom management. What I discovered was … Continue reading

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