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UI College of Education brings advanced science education to rural areas

Last updated: 05/22/2018

It’s just after 3:30 p.m. on a recent Tuesday and Atlantic Middle School, and science teacher Kara Martin is passing out Pringles potato chips. But instead of popping the chips i

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What to Do If You Meet a Gifted Kid in the Wild – This Undeserved Life

Last updated: 05/22/2018

You’ve seen them on tv – Reid on Criminal Minds, Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory or Young Sheldon, the brothers Crane from Frasier. Gifted people, geniuses in layspeak, full o

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Wrightsville Beach Elementary students explore their passions with Shark Tank projects

Last updated: 05/22/2018

By Daja Terry Intern From wristbands that hold daily reminders to jewelry that would raise awareness—and money—for endangered animals, students at Wrightsville Beach Elementary

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Education Talk Radio

Last updated: 05/22/2018

INCLUSION ! MAINSTREAMING SPECIAL ED IN THE CLASSROOM...THE AACTE SPECIAL EDUCATION TASKFORCE... AACTE brings us Dr Renee Roselle from UCONN, Dr Deborah Reed from U North Florida w

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8 Out-of-the-Box Ideas for Teaching Algebra and Geometry

Last updated: 05/22/2018

If you’ve ever struggled to keep your students’ attention during your middle or high school algebra and geometry classes, you know just how important it is to mix it up a bit w

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The Brainy Benefits of Bedtime Stories

Last updated: 05/22/2018

This cozy ritual does more than prepare your child for sleep. Bedtime stories have long been known to foster parent-child bonds and prepare children for sleep. But lately researche

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What Motivates Your Child to Learn?

Last updated: 05/22/2018

My oldest son entered kindergarten unable to recite his ABCs, though I started working with him before he could walk. I did a lot less for my second son academically, but he was fu

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6 Techniques to Teach Your Child to Love Math

Last updated: 05/21/2018

Does your child believe he’s just not good at math? We’re not born good or bad at math. Learn the techniques to teach your child to love math and numbers. In high school, I got

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Is There a Such Thing as a Healthy Sibling Rivalry?

Last updated: 05/21/2018

If you have a sibling, you most likely have memories about times you fought with them growing up. This is a common occurrence as children mature and learn to assert themselves. It

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10 Amazing Benefits from Playing Chess with Your Children

Last updated: 05/21/2018

I sit facing my two oldest children who are the grand ages of 5 and 7. I pick up my bishop and take one of their pawns. A sense of victory tinged with guilt. I don’t want to walk

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