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By LeiLani Cauthen. Technology dominates the education landscape discussion.

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What Are My Options After High School?

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When high school is finally over, what should you do next? Typically, most will respond and say that going to a traditional university is the next logical step, but many students are finding this isn’t the right choice for them.

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Does Child Privacy Even Matter?

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By Charles Sosnik. I’ve written quite a bit about children’s privacy, including what I thought was a scathing piece on Google and Education. The simple fact is every bit of information you can possibly imagine is being collected from your kids. And it never goes away. Click to tweet.

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Smartphones-in-School, Brain Mush, Teaching Deep Reading…and Apples & Bicycles!

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By LeiLani Cauthen. According to a 2018 report by Pew Research , one in four Americans didn’t read a single book in the last year, and bookstore chains are in decline.

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

6 Things Every High School Senior Should Have Access To Before Graduation

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In Gary Vaynerchuk’s recent video , My Reaction to the 2019 College Admissions Scandal , he states, “If a parent thinks a kid’s accomplishment is a reflection of them, now you have a disconnect. Now you’re not a parent and a child. You’re a person with a product.”.

Leadership Equity: Q and A with Superintendent Dr. A. Katrise Perera, Gresham-Barlow Schools

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Katrise Perera is a self-proclaimed life-long learner with nearly 25 years of service to learning communities and almost 19 in an education leadership capacity. She is an innovative and visionary public education leader in a progressively global and ever-changing learning environment.

Why Today’s Math Textbooks Just Don’t Add Up

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By Al Noyes. Pick up a traditional high school mathematics textbook and you’ll see that it was authored by a number of collegiate luminaries, put through a series of pilot tests, and run through numerous developmental cycles over a period of time.

Why I Became A Teacher

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Guest article by Jill Drum. A few years ago, I began planning my retirement for when I reached the end of 31 years of teaching. This June will be it, and as the date rapidly approaches, panic is setting in. My whole identity is that of a teacher.

10 Top Companies That Love To Hire Teachers

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If you won’t have (or want) a teaching job in August, March is a great time to start looking for work. But where can you go that will appreciate your skills and help pay the bills? Read on, and open your mind to the possibilities. VIPKID.

Custom eLearning: What to Consider as an L&D Manager

A custom eLearning project is an exciting opportunity, but any L&D Manager will also tell you it can be challenging. Inno-versity shares 5 points to consider before kicking off your project. These concepts are critical to addressing the most common pain points which, IF addressed, will ensure success.

Want to Organize Your Digital Assets?

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By LeiLani Cauthen. . When it comes to digital assets, I have found almost universally that schools do not know what they have. Inventory controls are minimal when it comes to digital curriculum for a very good reason.

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Learning in the Age of Disruption

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By Ryan L. Schaaf. Editor’s Note: This is Part Two of a New Monthly Series, The Brief History of the Future of Education. If You Missed Part One, You Can Read it Here. Change: Nothing Stays the Same (Van Halen). Change of any kind is a hard pill to swallow for the human condition.

Unlocking the Gate to Better Learning

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By LeiLani Cauthen. To “ungate” in software is to allow a user to proceed to the next level or into a new section. In some software, gating is a way for teachers to lever up or hold back individual students so that they can surge forward if they are high achievers or remain with a group.

This Is How You Teach A Group Of Students Online

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, our guest is teacher Lynette, who teaches English online to groups of students at HAWO American Academy. Lynette, please tell us a little bit about your background.

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Teachers’ Guide to Plagiarism

This article provides teachers with a step-by-step guide on how to handle plagiarism in the classroom: it examines the definition of the term "plagiarism" and its types with examples, describes common reasons students plagiarize, and provides tips for teachers to detect and prevent plagiarism among students.

How Technology will Alter the Teaching Profession

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By Leilani Cauthen. Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of glimpses into the possible future of education. Everything changes. And Technology changes everything. In education like everywhere else, the way that products are delivered (in this case, learning) is undergoing a seismic shift.

How Song-Writing and Music Technology Inspires Learning in Kids in Juvenile Detention Settings

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By Kat Crawford. The more than 60,000 young people that are incarcerated in secure facilities, residences and group homes are learning in alternative-education settings designed to keep them in school or prepare them for jobs once they re-enter their communities.

You Can Attend College Anytime & You Don’t Have To Rush

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Today, more people than ever before are going back to school. Regardless of your age, gender, or location, if you feel the burning need to return to school, you might want to consider taking the plunge. Often, people start college right at the age of 18.

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Education’s Moonshot: Doubling Student Achievement

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By Sonny Magana. Editor’s note: This is part one of a four-part series. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed that America would go to the moon. Such a wildly audacious statement was so far outside the boundaries of human experience that many considered it impossible. It was too bold.

Key Elements for Successful eLearning Projects

Discover how this rapid development process creates engaging, custom learning solutions on a timeline that works for you, why a strong learning culture is important, and how to showcase your Return on Learning (ROL) using data to tell the story.

How To Teach A Group Of ESL Students Who Are At Different Levels-Tips From Teachers From HAWO American Academy

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Imagine walking into a class or signing on as an online teacher to work with a new classroom of ESL students.

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The Importance Of Knowing Your Child

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Guest article: Jill Drum. At age one, my son would dump video cassettes out of their boxes for fun. In an attempt to get him to help clean up, I would ask him to hand me one or the other. If I picked up a Barney box, he would give me the Barney tape out of a mess of twenty!

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Is All the Technology in Modern Classrooms a Good Thing?

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In recent years, the way we communicate, order food, exchange money, and more has all been reimagined to include technological advances. And, technology has reached the education sector.

This Company is Using AI to Change the World

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By Charles Sosnik. Ray Kurzweil is a bestselling author, futurist and Director of Engineering for Google. When describing the life cycle of technology development, he talks about over-enthusiasm prior to the real revolution.

EdTech at School

This E-book is designed to support educators with case studies of education technology use at school.

How to Get Students Moving for Academic Advantages

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Guest article written by Dr. Mark E. Benden, CPE, Chair of the Environmental & Occupational Health Department and the director of the Ergonomics Center at Texas A&M University. Without a doubt, teachers want the best academic and holistic outcomes for their students.

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Understanding The Difference Between BICS And CALP In English Language Acquisition

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BICS and CALP are both acronyms that refer to the amount of time it requires new English language learners to develop the necessary conversational and academic skills in the English language. BICS: Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills. CALP: Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency.

How Online Teaching Can Be A Gift Around The World

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Lynette Irizarry’s journey with 51Talk American Academy, or now known as HAWO American Academy.

3 Education Options To Choose From If You Dropped Out Of High School

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If you did not graduate from high school, you may believe that your future employment will be forever stunted. Although it can take more effort and time to advance economically, you still have learning and employment options. With determination, research, and planning you can still achieve your educational and work goals. On-The-Job Training. If you do not have immediate plans to gain a more formal education, then becoming employed at a job that will gain you marketable skills is an option.

6 eLearning Trends in Custom eLearning Solutions

Most digital learning trends focus too much on the "digital" and not enough on the "learning". It is not enough that content builders master available tools. We need a return to core learning fundamentals. Get Inno-Versity's eBook for 6 of the most important trends coming to digital learning.

How Online Education Is Changing The Global Ecosystem

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Technology has had a critical effect on the way we do almost everything. For example, it has changed how we shop, interact, behave, get our news, and even learn.

How Teaching Online Can Change Your Life

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Guest article from teacher Elizabeth from 51Talk. My name is Mary Davisson. My teacher’s name at 51Talk is Miss Davisson (Elizabeth). I have been teaching and training for over 30+ years.

5 Places To Find Free And Affordable ESL Teaching Resources

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Many teachers, whether working online or in a brick and mortar school usually have a few resources they depend on and use all the time for their teaching. However, there are a variety of activities or resources you can turn to when you need to modify a lesson or change routes.

4 Ways Teaching Mentors Can Make A Difference Online Or In The Classroom

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Teaching online or in the classroom can be a challenging profession from many angles. Teachers have an enormous amount of responsibilities the moment they begin in the profession.

LMS Comparison: What Learning Solution is the Best Fit for Your Business?

Explore this detailed guide to see how traditional Learning Management Systems compare to an advanced online learning platform, and find out which type of solution is best suited to meet your learning program needs.

The Two Most Critical Aspects You Should Know To Succeed In Online Teaching

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Stuart Delony’s online teaching journey with HAWO American Academy. Stuart, thanks for joining us. Please tell us about you and your educational background.

This Is Why Education Begets Education

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Serena Bloom’s journey with 51Talk American Academy, or now known as HAWO American Academy.

Resilience: Why Are Our Children So Fragile?

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This is an op-ed written by Marcia Fervienza. First scenario: a child who is part of a stable and loving family of 5 goes through a massive loss at age 12. Her older sister decides to leave the family’s house in a stressful condition. Suddenly she stops being part of the family’s routines.

How One Teacher Founded A Whole New High School

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Scott Heister, an engineering and physics teacher, began mentoring his high school’s FIRST Robotics Competition team in his home state of Michigan 19 years ago.

Today’s Curriculum for the Higher Ed HR Leader

Speaker: Joseph Clay, Business Transformation Strategist at Oracle, and Jeffrey Haynes, Director with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP

Today’s universities and colleges face many challenges ranging from reconciling financial pressures, to ensuring student success, to managing complicated workforce dynamics. One thing they all have in common: Their head of HR must align the HR function to best support the institution as it navigates this current landscape.