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This Month’s Highlighted Educator: Kyle Pearce

Last updated: 08/12/2018

Every month, Cube For Teachers highlights an educator that is recognized for their ongoing collaboration, helping other educators by sharing and curating effective teaching reso

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'It's Another Job': What It’s Like to Be a Teacher Vlogger on Youtube - EdSurge News

Last updated: 08/12/2018

Educator Charles Reynolds has gotten recognized at teacher conferences and restaurants. That’s because he’s not just a ninth-grade literature teacher at Boys’ Latin of Phila

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Leonard Bernstein Presents “The Greatest 5 Minutes in Music Education”

Last updated: 08/12/2018

We’ve previously written about one of Leonard Bernstein’s major works, The Unanswered Question, the staggering six-part lecture that the multi-disciplinary artist gave as part

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32 Ways AI is Improving Education | Getting Smart

Last updated: 08/12/2018

In the last few years, machine learning applications have quietly entered every aspect of life: social media to speech recognition, radiology to retail, warfare to writing articles

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Perspective | It’s summer camp reentry time. Here’s how parents should deal.

Last updated: 08/12/2018

The last of this season’s sleep-away campers will be heading home soon — armed with new skills, a well-earned sense of independence and trunk loads of dirty laundry. A camper

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Personalised learning starts to change teaching methods

Last updated: 08/12/2018

If you are already an adult, the chances are that Joel Rose’s elementary-school mathematics classes are like nothing you have ever seen. Children “check in” to see which stat

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The Best Way to Protect Students’ Personal Data

Last updated: 08/12/2018

“It’s become part of our school culture,” said Melissa Tebbenkamp, the Raytown school district’s director of instructional technology. “If our student data is hacked, it

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Why Flexible Learning Environments? | Getting Smart

Last updated: 08/11/2018

By: Lauren Mehrbach and Chris Beingessner. This piece was originally published bySingapore American Schools Last year, the SAS middle school worked with Fielding Nair Internationa

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Which comes first? School culture or top results?

Last updated: 08/11/2018

It is received wisdom that an intangible but important aspect of a school is its atmosphere: the way it looks, the way it sounds, the way pupils behave as you walk through the door

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David Goes to School Teaching Guide | Scholastic

Last updated: 08/11/2018

In this sequel to the award-winning bestseller No, David!, young David heads off to school for the first time. And David’s teacher certainly has her hands full! From running, yel

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