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December 12, 2014

Three Things You Need to Know About Teaching U.S. History From a Global Perspective

While on the surface, it may seem that U.S. history is one of the least global of all subject areas, America's past is inextricably tied to that of other nations.

December 09, 2014

Four Ways to Include Religiously Unaffiliated Students in Discussions About Religion

When developing learning environments that foster respect for religious diversity, it's important to address the experiences of religiously unaffiliated students.

December 09, 2014

Education Research Bill Will Have to Wait for 2015

If you were hoping that Congress would add the Education Sciences Reform Act to the list of bills it will pass during this short lame duck session, you're going to be disappointed.

December 02, 2014

The Myth and Reality of 'Disruptive Students'

Some of the same students who were chronically disruptive in one classroom, were attentive and engaged in another. The difference was the teacher and the teaching style employed.

November 21, 2014

How the State Seal of Biliteracy Is a Game Changer

Increasing number of states are adopting Seals of Biliteracy - hear about the experience of Illinois.

November 19, 2014

Rep. John Kline Slated to Remain in Education Committee's Top Spot

As chairman of the Education and the Workforce Committee during the 114th Congress, Rep. John Kline, R-Minn., is planning to prioritize updating the No Child Left Behind law and the Higher Education Act.

November 13, 2014

Kansas Picks Randy Watson, Local Superintendent, as Next K-12 Chief

Watson was selected over three other finalists for the position, including current Georgia Superintendent John Barge.

November 09, 2014

Physical Education Can Promote Global Competence

Recent advances to the studies of neuroscience have shown that the brain functions better through the use of exercise and play. Therefore, physical education is a great way to introduce global learning concepts by using movement and games.

November 04, 2014

Retired Educator Donates 800 School Artifacts to National Museum

A former principal who has been gathering school artifacts dating back to the 1700s is giving most of his collection to the National Museum of American History, part of the Smithsonian Institution.

October 24, 2014

Start Up Spotlight: ClassKick

This series, Start Up Spotlight, will feature video interviews with these developers, stories behind how they got started and sneak peaks into future iteration of their products. First off, we have Andrew Rowland and Peter Do, the co-founders of Classkick. This free iPad app allows teachers to easily create open response questions, push them out to students and then view student responses and annotations via a real-time dashboard. Check out this post to see the video interview and learn more!

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