Sat.Nov 30, 2019

Explosive Growth: What Education Can Learn From Kobayashi


In any situation, the perception of the true nature of the problem is the fastest way to a solution. All too often, educators try to apply old solutions to a student perspective that now has nearly 100% nothing to do with what we understood to be “school” as students.

11 Best Online Tutoring Websites for K12 in 2020 [NEW]


Could your child benefit from extra one-on-one support? Does your child have a negative attitude toward learning and school? Would you like them to improve their academic performance? Do you feel unable to help your child with homework?

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Handy Poster Featuring Educationl App Evaluation Guidelines

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Apple’s Apps in The Classroom guide features a number of interesting criteria to help teachers evaluate apps to use with their students. The following visual capture some of the main more

These Students Speak Perfect Spanglish — And Now They’re Learning To Own It


Porfa please. Pero like. Janguear (to hang out). These Spanglish phrases are all the results of contact between Spanish and English. In a Texas college classroom, students are learning that Spanglish — a version of Spanish that’s influenced by English — is just as valid as any other Spanish dialect. “What history teaches us is that the only constant is change,” explains Meghann Peace, who teaches this class primarily in Spanish at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio.

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.