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This quote is from William Arthur Ward and touches on the difference(s) between mediocre, good, superior, and great teachers. Where do you fall?
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We get overly excited about new technology. So it's no surprise that we're over the moon about Google Glass and it's potential for education. Here's why.
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What do your online habits say about you as a person, as a student, as a teacher? We take a look at what your browser history actually means.
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I shared a fun image on the Edudemic Facebook page yesterday and it seems to have resonated with more than a few folks. It details why teaching is a unique profession, why it's totally different from other jobs, and how.
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This article details reasons why I teach. I've taught all over the world and always will. Now why do you teach? Use the #whyiteach hashtag to share!
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Be a daring teacher! Let every student experience the joy of creativity. Bring a breath of fresh air into your teaching.
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It's important to teach and learn in a modern world because you can't do one without the other.
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According to seemingly arbitrary ratings and rankings by Forbes, the teaching profession is one of the most unhappy careers out there.
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He's easy to watch, fun to learn with, and getting insanely popular. The story of Jörn Loviscach is now available and it's worth a read.
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In order to implement modern technology in your classroom, you better know about the important skills modern teachers must have in order to succeed.
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Today, so much of our research happens online, and part of what makes the internet so wonderful is the ease at which it brings information into our lives. But when that information is so easily available to us, it is sometimes easy to forget that someone else produced that information, and they deserve credit.
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Before you head off into the wild world of online learning, consider some of these tips and tricks before teaching an online course or even taking one.
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In 2007, Mrs. Emerson (a 7th grade teacher in California) uploaded a YouTube video that details how to teach world history using pop culture.
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If you've been wondering about some of the general statistics about the current state of teaching (like how many teachers work on Sundays), then this visualization is just what you need.
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From interactive presentations to primary source sites to lesson plans ... there's a lot to check out at the Library of Congress.