Early start times may work well with parental and after-school schedules, there’s significant evidence that these start times are detrimental to students. The post The Case for Starting Schools Later appeared first on Edudemic.
Award-winning educator Troy Cockrum is director of innovative teaching as well as host of the Genius Hour innovation class for middle schoolers at St. Therese of Little Flower Catholic School, a K-8 parochial school on the Southeast side of Indianapolis. One
Companies that perform well over time have one thing in common: highly motivated employees. But motivated employees don’t just happen naturally, and they don’t always stay that way. To improve motivation companywide, leadership teams need to know why their employees
Creating a culture of innovation means celebrating successes as well as risks and new ideas, even when they don’t work as planned. Learning to “FAIL UP” is an important part of innovation, growth and problem-solving. This mindset must begin at
Instructor: “OK class, this semester we’ll be giving presentations.” Students: Collective groan Instructor: “AND…you’ll be providing each other with feedback.” Students: Deep sighs and suspicious glances around the room, wondering if they can trust their peers Does any of this
Well, that’s one way of keeping your name in the headlines… Much has been made this week about comments by new Minneapolis Federal Reserve president Neel Kashkari calling for big banks to be broken up or transformed into utility-like entities.
Medicine has its own unique language. Well before matriculating, the medical school applicant is bombarded with a litany of terms and acronyms. Being exposed to the nomenclature can help to ease the medical school application process. Take Quiz Quiz: Are
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