Education Leaders Propose Ways to Add Teacher Voice to Research Decisions

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Most educators access information about their profession through online searches, social media, colleagues, supervisors, their professional association or a journal subscription. We’re only going to get to the root of these problems if we think about them together,” said Doug Paulson, director of academic standards at the Minnesota Department of Education, who participated in the event on behalf of the Council of State Science Supervisors. Like U.S.

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Change The Conversation–It’s Not About The Thinking

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Content-based academic standards. Social media in the classroom. As an academic or intellectual exercise. In education, these might be redressed as: What has standardizing content into a narrow range of content areas done to learning? Snark on twitter.

7 Shifts To Create A Classroom Of The Future

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These aren’t single tools to “try,” but news ways to think about how learners access media, how educators define success, and what the roles of immense digital communities should be in popularizing new learning models. Shift From Standards To Habits. twitter, Google+, facebook).

Creative #SmartTeachingTips Using Scholastic Magazines

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Teachers bring them into their classrooms because they provide invaluable instructional materials that meet current academic standards and prepare students for state tests. Tell us about it on Facebook , Twitter , Pinterest , or Instagram, and include a photo or video.

The Next Social Contract for Public Education Needs New Terms of Service

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Note: The original version of this piece was published on July 7, 2016 by New America as part of an EdCentral series on the next social contract for education: https://www.newamerica.org/education-policy/edcentral/next-social-contract-public-education-needs-new-terms-service/. Join the conversation about new directions for public education in the digital age with the hashtag #EdTechContract on Twitter.