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Mingles and Circles: Dynamic Activities To Launch the School Year

Take advantage of your new students' eagerness to socialize by setting up fun, interactive exercises that take into consideration important beginning-of-the-school-year objectives, from student introductions and diagnostic assessment...

source: By Sheilamary Koch
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At age 4, Parker Walsh understood more about subatomic particles than most adults ever will. This was evident the day he engaged his nursery school teacher in an in-depth conversation about supercolliders. By the time he entered first grade at Arlington Science Focus School...

source: Arlington Magazine

Nearly all aspects of America's schools are built upon age-based grade levels and corresponding grade-level expectations: standards, instruction, curriculum and assessment, among others. This reinforces the implicit message that...

source: The High Flyer

Heather Brown writes: As a gifted/talented specialist and as a district GT coordinator, I have lost count of the number of times I have sat with a parent and explained why his or her very capable, high-performing student did not qualify for the gifted program. Often, the...

source: Midland Reporter-Telegram

In a digital age, with the increasing use of technology in the classroom and in school libraries — 69 percent of school libraries provide students with digital content — audiobooks are gaining ground. In fact, they are the fastest-growing sector in the book-publishing...

source: Education Week

One of Rebecca Carey's favorite exercises to do with the actors she coaches at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is called "Cameraman." Carey, who is the voice and text director of the renowned company, said "Cameraman" at first can...

source: MindShift

A New York-based provider of classroom-friendly solutions for K–12 computer science instruction is bringing computer science to more than 5,000 students enrolled in 100 Title I schools in New York City. Codesters teaches students Python through its platform that enables...

source: THE Journal

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