Wed.Oct 04, 2023

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How to Bring Science to Life with Kate the Chemist

EdNews Daily

Who loves Science? We at Summit K12 do, and we are so excited to bring you this exclusive interview with Dr. Kate Biberdorf, “Kate the Chemist!” From her site, “Dr. Kate Biberdorf is a chemist, science entertainer, and professor at The University of Texas. Through her theatrical and hands-on approach to teaching, Dr. Biberdorf is breaking down the image of the stereotypical scientist while reaching students who might otherwise be intimidated by science.

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Inclusive Curriculum in Early Learning: Understanding the Research and Impact


A guest post by Paul Martinez Inclusive Curriculum Writer & Editor at Research shows that children who see themselves reflected in an affirming manner in school curriculum are more likely to experience academic success[1][2]. We also know that children flourish when presented with a curriculum that helps them understand and explore others’ lives and perspectives[3].

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The Role of the Substitute Teacher Needs an Overhaul


Education experts were raising questions and expressing concerns about teaching shortages long before COVID-19 came into the picture, but the pandemic exacerbated the issue. With stressful working conditions, low wages and health risks, many teachers have been making their exit — and with particularly acute shortages for substitute teachers , it’s been tough to find long-term solutions.

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Holding Ourselves to a Higher Standard

MIND Research Institute

During my eight years as a data analyst at MIND Research Institute, my work has mostly focused on annual quasi-experimental design (QED) analyses for new cohorts of school-grades implementing Spatial-Temporal (ST) Math. Our repeatable results continuously demonstrated the positive impact of ST Math in schools compared to a similarly matched control group.

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Behind the Bell: The Underlying Impact of Tardiness in K-12 Schools

Managing a K-12 campus with constant pressure to meet performance metrics is challenging. And tardiness can significantly limit a school from reaching these goals. Learn more about why chronic lateness matters, and key strategies to address the following impacts: Data errors caused by manual processes Low attendance and graduation rates that affect a school’s reputation Classroom disruption, which leads to poor academic performance High staff attrition and “The Teacher Exodus” Unmet LCAP goals t

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How to Drive Student Success With Creative Generative AI Tools in the Classroom: Part 2


This article is the second of a two-part series covering key principles to consider when integrating a generative AI creativity tool into your academic setting. Read the first article here. The first two principles focused on how to ensure that the AI tool not only fits with existing technology and workflows but equips students for their futures. These next three principles provide guidance on what to consider in your AI tool evaluation.

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Where’s The Innovation In Education Coming From?

TeachThought - Learn better.

Where is the innovation in education coming from? What are its current levels of innovation? What might possibly disrupt it in the future? The post Where’s The Innovation In Education Coming From? appeared first on TeachThought.

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Gale & AAS Award Fellowships to Five Scholars to Support Asian Studies

American Consortium for Equity in Education

Fellowship Projects to Use Gale Primary Sources’ Asian Studies Collections and Gale Digital Scholar Lab to Expand the Use of Digital Humanities Approaches to Forge New Research Pathways and Discoveries Gale, part of Cengage Group, in partnership with the Association Keep Reading Gale & AAS Award Fellowships to Five Scholars to Support Asian Studies The post Gale & AAS Award Fellowships to Five Scholars to Support Asian Studies appeared first on Equity in Education.

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5 tech tools for kinesthetic learners

eSchool News

Key points: It’s key to remember that students need to move–and that’s OK There are a number of edtech tools that encourage students to move around while reinforcing important learning concepts See related article: 5 edtech tools to save time this year Educators often share a useful mantra: “The mind can only absorb what the bottom can endure.

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Plagiarism Check


In the creative and academic world, a mistake is considered a step to success, while plagiarism is a crime. So, educators, students, and content makers regularly check for plagiarism in writing. is an efficient paper checker for institutions and individuals. Scan for similarities fast and smart with our top-notch algorithms. Get accurate results through an extensive database.

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2023 Content Marketing Awards Top Winners Announced Live at Content Marketing World

eSchool News

WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES / / — The Content Marketing Institute (CMI) just awarded the top eight winners in the prestigious 2023 Content Marketing Awards program during a special live ceremony at the Content Marketing World Conference and Expo in Washington, D.C. The Content Marketing Awards is the largest and longest-running international content marketing awards program in the world.

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Enhancing HyFlex Education through the PowerTeaching Framework

This whitepaper explores integrating the PowerTeaching pedagogical approach within a HyFlex (Hybrid Flexible) educational model, focusing on employing cooperative learning strategies and efficient classroom management techniques.

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Aging states to college graduates: We’ll pay you to stay

The Hechinger Report

Hear the radio version of this story, from Vermont Public. COLCHESTER, Vt. — Mohamud Diini’s office is bare but for a single plant and posters of the Boston Celtics and the college in nearby Burlington from which he graduated in the spring with a degree in business administration and a minor in accounting. This story also appeared in National Public Radio and Vermont Public It’s not just because he’s had this job for only a few months that the space is otherwise so empty.

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New Webinar - Awkward Conversations & Difficult Situations: How to Handle the Hardest Discussions with Patrons (2023 Update)

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Awkward Conversations & Difficult Situations: How to Handle the Hardest Discussions with Patrons (2023 Updated Version) Part of the Library 2.0 Service , Safety, and Security Series with Dr. Steve Albrecht OVERVIEW : Library life is full of challenging moments. Some things patrons do don’t impact the business of the library too much. Others are serious enough to require a banning, a security guard escort out of the building, a police call, or at worst, closing the library because the patron