Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Effects of School Spending on Educational and Economic Outcomes: Evidence from School Finance Reforms

This was a great bit of information that I enjoyed reading.  The 30 year study that demonstrates the value of education to society.  This is an article that needs to be read to every person who talks about cutting education … Continue reading

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The Tragic Data Behind Selfie Fatalities

The class I teach right now are definitely risk takers.  We managed to get everyone to take a selfie and not one was injured or killed in the process. Teachers need to be aware that a seemingly innocuous task for … Continue reading

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Try playing instead of homework

I love this concept.  Homework is so often having students finish clerical work that they did not do in class.  I believe that there needs to be a structure to help students learn how to learn curricular outcomes outside the … Continue reading

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Teacher standards in education reform

Teacher standards is something that are becoming a new reality in the field of education.  Many places like Australia and Singapore have them in place and have had for quite some time.  If they are used to protect teachers and … Continue reading

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