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College of Education Now Prepares Teachers in the Science of Reading

College of Education Now Prepares Teachers in the Science of Reading

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– [Teacher] C-H says? – [Class] Ch. – [Teacher] And W-H says? – [Class] Wha. – It was hard for me when I realized I had failed children. I mean it was hard. – I have a master’s degree in reading, and have a reading specialist endorsement for grades K through 12. But I was […]

Finland’s Formula for School Success (Education Everywhere Series)

Finland’s Formula for School Success (Education Everywhere Series)

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College Kids React To Melanie Martinez – K-12 (The Film)

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– I have to applaud her with this song because this is a song everyone needs to hear. – It was crazy because everyone looks so brainwashed, but that’s what we are. ♪ (industrial intro) ♪ – (FBE) Today, you’re gonna be reacting to Melanie Martinez’s film, K-12. – Yes, love it. I’m back in […]

Sean Reardon Asks: How Do We Improve Educational Equity?

Sean Reardon Asks: How Do We Improve Educational Equity?

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Open Educational Resources: Some Basics

Open Educational Resources: Some Basics

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What is OER? Education Week explains. OER stands for open educational resources. That means teaching materials that are either in the public domain, or released under a license that allows them to be freely used changed and shared. OER can be a single lesson plan or a complete online course. Why is the demand for […]

How Canada Is Closing the Achievement Gap (Education Everywhere Series)

How Canada Is Closing the Achievement Gap (Education Everywhere Series)

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Taking Class Outdoors with Environmental Education

Taking Class Outdoors with Environmental Education

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Equity in Education: Empowering First-Generation Students to Succeed

Equity in Education: Empowering First-Generation Students to Succeed

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>>Gia Truong: Equity in education to me means that young people, especially those that are most impacted by inequity, have a strong sense of self, how they’re connected to the world, and feel empowered to change the world.>>Teacher: Once you’ve got your peer eds done–>>Gia Truong: I am originally from Vietnam and I came to […]

Maker Education: Reaching All Learners

Maker Education: Reaching All Learners

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>>Pam: One of the things that we’ve discovered is that Maker Education with kids gets them engaged, gets them passionate about the work, gives them opportunities to pursue things that they’re interested in. And as a result, it really raises the level of work that kids are doing, and it starts to make sense. School […]

Using Twitter effectively in education – with Alec Couros

Using Twitter effectively in education – with Alec Couros

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Using Twitter Effectively in Education- with Alec Couros Alec Couros discusses Using Twitter Effectively in Education So Twitter has actually been one of the really interesting ah, tools in…. in the classroom, and I’ve seen ah, through a number of years I’ve been on Twitter since about 2007, and since then I’ve seen this huge […]