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A Crash Course in Economics

Economics is one of my favorite subjects to teach to high school students so I was excited when I saw that Crash Course is publishing a

Taking the First Steps Towards Teaching With Video Games

Educators at Nordahl Grieg Upper Secondary, a public high school in Norway, are taking a unique approach to teaching that treats video games as just another classroom tool.
If teachers use books, music, videos and websites as resources for teaching, video games should also be included on that list, according to Nordahl Grieg teacher Tobias Staaby. He and his colleagues, including Aleksander Husøy, have been demonstrating the uses of video games to educators by inviting them to a workshop at the school each semester.

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El secreto de cómo sacar provecho de las redes sociales

En el 2002, en una academia de cuyo nombre no quiero acordarme, tenía un grupo "complicado", adolescentes que ponían a prueba todo lo que sabía de ser profesor. Casi nada de lo mucho que probé daba el resultado deseado y, un poco desesperado, comencé mi primer blog, con Blogger, una … Continue reading

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5 Challenges We Overcame Moving To A Flipped Staff Meeting

flipped-staff-meeting-FIHow–And Why–We Flipped Our Teacher Staff Meetings
by Amy Arbogash
Staff Meeting.

Agenda: JEALAV 2015, Sao Paulo, 16 de octubre de 2015

Anote en su agenda:

evento: VI Jornada sobre Ensino-aprendizagem de Línguas em Ambientes Virtuais (JEALAV 2015)
fecha: 16 de octubre de 2015.

lugar: FFLCH, Universidade de São Paulo (Cidade Universitária, Butantã, São Paulo).
Informaciones: e-mail jealav.usp@gmail.com
Sitio oficial del evento: http://jealavusp.wix.com/jealav2015
Grupo en Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/jealav.usp/

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Teens Show Off Engineering Mettle With Pasta Bridge Competition

Imagine having to build a bridge — a strong bridge — out of nothing but epoxy and spaghetti.
Yeah, hard. Just ask one of the 160 high schoolers who recently finished Engineering Innovation, a rigorous, monthlong summer camp run by Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and a handful of other cities. They didn’t just have to imagine it; they had to do it.

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