Web Conferencing—an Aid for Learning

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Tweet Web Conferencing has so many purposes in education today.  Enjoy today’s guest post which explores a few of them!  ~EMP In today’s technologically advanced world, people can be reached anytime and anywhere. With web conference services, not only do businesses are given the chance to benefit from them but professional educators and students as […]

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It’s Always Worth it in the End

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Tweet  It’s a hassle. It’s bad timing. It’s even frustrating at times. But when it’s all said and done, it’s always worth it in the end. You know what I mean?  The big projects, the big performances, the big events that you might do year after year.  When you are in the thick of it, […]

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Teacher Art Retreat – Plan Ahead, Save Big, Earn Credit

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Tweet Plan ahead for the Teacher Art Retreat: Save Big and Earn Credit! Teacher Art Retreat eNews 2013, Issue 2 It’s time to plan ahead for the Summer Teacher Art Retreat We have great announcements, so read on! This summer’s Teacher Art Retreat is promising to be a great one.  We are currently planning the […]

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Motivational Stunts – Can a Little Laugh Go a Long Way in Education?

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Tweet I remember working for a principal that would promise to climb a rock wall and touch the gym ceiling if the students read a set number of minutes.  Then there was a teacher I taught with who joined the rest of the basketball team in shaving his head in front of the school to […]

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Get Your Creative On

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Tweet Creativity is being lost in schools.  ~  Creative teachers are being held back.  ~  Students’ creativity is not being fostered like it should be. I know.  Those are bold statements.  But it is my opinion and it’s made from the things I read and the observations I make in education each and every day. I […]

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An Arts Invitation for YOU!

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Tweet  Do you live or work in New Hampshire, USA?  If so, consider coming to this great event.  If not, check this out and let me know what you think.  We will be discussing Creativity in Learning and the more thoughts and ideas, the better.  So, regardless of whether or not you are able to […]

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Stop and Smell the…

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Tweet You know the saying, “Stop and Smell the Roses.”  Well, there’s no doubt that is good advice.  Every so often we need to stop what we are doing and enjoy the world around us. And what is around us?  Oh, so much.  There’s beauty everywhere.  From the things in nature to the beauty in […]

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Volunteer Work Can Help You Become a Better Teacher

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Tweet Happy New Year!  We hope you had and are having an enjoyable holiday season!  Today, we bring you a great post from Dunya Carter who worked as a volunteer English teacher in Thailand.  We hope her experiences give you some inspiration as we start 2013.  ~EMP After finishing my English language and literature studies […]

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Make Time for Creativity

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Tweet The topic of creativity is in the air.  Last night’s #ntchat was about one of my favorite topics: “Creativity in the Classroom.”  There was a lot of great discussion among teachers!  You should visit the #ntchat wiki and read through the archive of the chat. Then just this morning, my friend Melissa Edwards, over […]

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