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Teaching Mainstreamed Students with Hearing Loss, Zina Jawadi
Teaching Mainstreamed Students with Hearing Loss, Zina Jawadi

Hi, my name is Zina Jawadi. I am a high-school junior at The Harker School in San Jose, California. I have hearing loss, and I have been a mainstreamed student my entire life; in other […] Read More

Teaching Tips 2: Using Flashcards in the Classroom
Teaching Tips 2: Using Flashcards in the Classroom

Everybody! (All) One apple. But he was still hungry! It’s got such character, the book, the image of it, the fruit, the way it’s drawn, the caterpillar – it’s very distinctive. Five oranges. We talked […] Read More

Teachers Guess Dress Code Violations
Teachers Guess Dress Code Violations
Education reform: Lessons learned in New Mexico – Full interview with Hanna Skandera | VIEWPOINT
Education reform: Lessons learned in New Mexico – Full interview with Hanna Skandera | VIEWPOINT

Hanna: Bottom line, you would not think that people say, “If you’re poor and brown, it can’t be done. We can’t serve kids.” But they do. And at the end of the day, we have […] Read More

Urban education’s troubling cycle of disappointment | IN 60 SECONDS
Urban education’s troubling cycle of disappointment | IN 60 SECONDS

Every few years, a school district is celebrated for some eye-catching numbers. It is held up as a national model… and then, later, the numbers are unmasked as deceptive. In the early ’80s, Atlanta’s test […] Read More

New Education Apps for Microsoft 365 at BETT 2019
New Education Apps for Microsoft 365 at BETT 2019

– Hello my name is Baldwin Ng from Microsoft. My day job working with Microsoft is to bring in great apps that can increase engagement and excitement in the classroom. So let’s get started and […] Read More

Putting the “Democratic” in “Democratic Schooling” (An Evening with Jim Rietmulder, 4 of 14)
Putting the “Democratic” in “Democratic Schooling” (An Evening with Jim Rietmulder, 4 of 14)

Now I need to add that while our college statistics compare very favorably with the rest of the world it’s not what we care about. It’s not how we want to be measured. We would […] Read More

Kelly Surprises Teachers With a Life-Changing Tram Ride, ft. Celine Dion | The Kelly Clarkson Show
Kelly Surprises Teachers With a Life-Changing Tram Ride, ft. Celine Dion | The Kelly Clarkson Show

– Hey there y’all. I am here on the Backlot of Universal Studios to give some very special people the surprise of their lives. (upbeat piano music) Right now, there are a group of people […] Read More

10 Tech Gadgets Teachers Would HATE Students To Have!
10 Tech Gadgets Teachers Would HATE Students To Have!

But if you’re sleeping, can’t they see your eyes closed? This is when you study too hard. What’s going on guys Welcome to dope or nope, the channel in which we rate products dope or […] Read More

National Assessment of Educational Progress delivers bad news | IN 60 SECONDS
National Assessment of Educational Progress delivers bad news | IN 60 SECONDS

NAEP is called The Nation’s Report Card because these test scores consistently measure student learning over time. 2019’s results were just released, and warrant three takeaways and a caution. First, results were grim. Math scores […] Read More