Telling stories accesses the cultural background and prior knowledge of English language learners and helps them learn to tell a narrative with which they self-identify. This includes telling stories or narratives through digital means, or digital storytelling. It transcends...
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TESOL Advocacy & Policy Summit 2014 The TESOL Advocacy & Policy Summit takes place 22 – 24 June 2014, Washington, DC USA. This is an unparalleled professional development opportunity for educators to learn about U.S. federal education issues and advocate for policies...
Standardized testing is one of the "lighting rod" issues in educational policy debates. Whether it's a group of teachers boycotting a test in Seattle, districts across the United States tying teacher evaluations to test results, the new PARCC or Smarter Balanced Assessments...
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan sat down on April 11 for a wide-ranging interview, including a discussion of the waivers President Barack Obama's administration has granted to states under the No Child Left Behind Act, criticism of the Common Core State Standards,...
Gallup recently released a major report on the State of American Schools. Their data paints a picture of schools performing as a complex ecosystem, with the wellbeing, engagement, and performance of teachers, students and principals all intertwined. The report combines decades...
Korea: Young professional Jeong So-hee was surprised when a coworker complained about "people who speak English when they are fluent in Korean." The 26-year-old works at a company where she and her colleagues deal with foreign clients almost on a daily basis. Every employee...
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