It all started 56 years ago with a brown paper sack. This no-frills carrier contained a stash of glue, crayons, scissors, and strips of construction paper. These were my teaching tools. According to my mother, I carried this sack with
On this episode, we talk with Dr. Oliver Dreon, chair of the Teaching Professor Technology Conference and an associate professor at Millersville University of Pennsylvania. In the first half of our conversation, Dr. Dreon talks about the upcoming conference and
One of the first exercises Kyle Ware does with teachers in the Kentucky Shakespeare From the Page to the Stage development workshop is to get them on their feet and using the words of Shakespeare in action, in a game
On this episode, we continue our interview with Dr. Bridget Arend, director of university teaching at the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver. During episode PA011, we talked about the role of faculty in online board
With a high rate of chronic absenteeism in U.S. schools, it’s important to consider the causes and fixes to reduce the negative impacts of this trend. The post Skipping School: Fighting Chronic Absenteeism appeared first on Edudemic.
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