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3 Hottest Posts Most Popular On The Innovative Educator

Haven’t
been keeping up with The Innovative Educator? Don’t worry. That’s what this
wrap up is for.  Here are the three hottest posts that you don’t want to
miss!

What’s hot this
week? 

1.     Teen brains - it's not what you think 

2.    Fake News

3.    Formative

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Hack Education Weekly News

Education Politics

Via The Military Times: “There’s a plan in Congress to start charging troops for their GI Bill benefits.”

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4 Digital Tools That Help Students Practice Integrity

Students are expected to demonstrate integrity in the classroom, but how often are they given the chance to practice modeling it? Teachers have an enormous obligation to do what’s right, and as role models they’re given that opportunity each day. But in order to achieve a student-centered environment, kids need to be encouraged to showcase who they are and what they value.

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Hablando de cultura, gramática y juegos en Varsovia

Estoy encantado de anunciar que mañana sábado tendré ocasión de impartir un taller en el marco del VIII Encuentro de profesores ELE de Polonia, que se celebra los días 22 y 23 de abril en Varsovia. Estas jornadas, organizadas por la Consejería de Educación de la Embajada de España en Polonia, llevan celebrándose anualmente desde 2010 y reúnen a más de cien profesores de español que trabajan en

How to Quickly Learn to Pronounce Anything No Matter How Difficult

pronounce anythingThis is a simple technique I developed on my own as part of the Telenovela Method years ago and I’ve just never gotten around to writing about it because it never occurred to me how much trouble most people have learning to pronounce certain parts of foreign languages.  This is a simple, obvious (once you understand it) techniq

Higher Education in the Disinformation Age

This was what I said this evening at a panel at the University of Mary Washington as part of its Presidential Inauguration Week. The panel was titled "Higher Education in the Disinformation Age: Can America's public liberal arts universities restore critical thinking and civility in public discourse?" The other panelists included Steve Farnsworth (University of Mary Washington), Sara Cobb (George Mason University), and Julian Hayter (University of Richmond). I only had ten minutes, so my remarks really only scratch the surface.

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