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Ask Dr. Phelan: Making Child Discipline Consistent
Ask Dr. Phelan: Making Child Discipline Consistent

We’ve done quite a few 1-2-3 Magic workshops over the years and one of the questions I get very often from moms is “I like the program, my husband is not here, how do I […] Read More

Tips for using Mandala Memory Puzzle – Shichida/Heguru Method (Right Brain Education & Training)
Tips for using Mandala Memory Puzzle – Shichida/Heguru Method (Right Brain Education & Training)

Right Brain Education Library.Com Right Brain Education Library.Com 1st & World’s Largest Right Brain Educatio Library Tips for Using Mandala Memory Game in Right Brain Education How? The Mandala Memory Game is a MUST in […] Read More

Tell the Ministry of Education: Protect Music Ed!
Tell the Ministry of Education: Protect Music Ed!

Music is important to me because it’s been my whole life since I’ve Turned the age of three; the only education I received from that point on has been through The education system in Canada, […] Read More

Teacher Education Program
Teacher Education Program

My name is Jenna Haake. I just graduated with my masters from Boston College in moderate special needs. This past year, I spent my time as an intern at the Countryside School in Newton working […] Read More

Degrees of Separation Nintendo Switch Review

hi everybody and welcome to get indie gaming as some of you regulars to the channel will now be acutely aware I’m a huge huge fan of puzzle games I always have been and find […] Read More

How I Teach My Daughter English – Phrasal Verbs In Context
How I Teach My Daughter English – Phrasal Verbs In Context

alright re ready ready ready well this is my daughter Aria you could say hello hello and she was on the channel a while ago I think but she hasn’t been on for a while […] Read More

Teach For America’s Texas Impact
Teach For America’s Texas Impact

Everything’s bigger in Texas. We’ve got 5.3 million students, which is one out of every 10 public school students in America. We’ve got 350,000 teachers. We’ve got about 8,500 schools, and about 1,200 districts. We’re […] Read More

Prof. dr. Marcus Specht on Learning & Education
Prof. dr. Marcus Specht on Learning & Education

So considering the question what will change in education and learning with digitalisation I think that the key starting point we have to look at is what has changed in that last 150 years. So […] Read More

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