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Do You Want Ketchup With Your Degree, Or Can You Beat McEducation?

A short editorial published by Education Today in early October of 2002 started a debate that is not settled to this time. Moreover, in many regards it becomes sharper as distance learning evolves. The argument is between two principally different approaches to learning. On one side are advocates ...
Author: Mike Oxman
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Educational Visits - Good Practice, Risks and Hazards.

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Educational Visits - Good Practice, Risks and Hazards

by Paddy Swan

Horror stories about British teachers taking Educational
Visits and then being prosecuted for deaths seem al ...
Author: Paddy Swan
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Education and changing careers

Education can have many different impacts on your career

Your education can have far reaching impacts on your career. For example, educations can influence your career in the following ways:

• Educations dictate what career fields you can enter. You can't become a doctor unless ...
Author: Dale Lawrence
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Education is a Business Philosophy

Copyright Marion Stearns - All Rights Reserved

http://www.admistress.com/column

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This isn't a "wanna be" zillionaire style email. It's a
business philosophy that indicates what few ...
Author: Marion B Stearns
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Education - Billions of Dollars, Poor Results and No Outrage

In the late 1990’s, former education Bill Bennett penned a book entitled The Death of Outrage. Even though this was a politically directed book, this title can be applied to many different situations especially public education.

Where is the outrage in public education? We hea ...
Author: Leanne Hoagland-Smith
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Education - The Fallacy of Teaching to the Test

With the passage of the No Child Left Behind Law, each state is required to set their own performance benchmarks and through a series of tests assess the academic improvement of all students to ensure accountability for the billions of dollars being invested within the American public education s ...
Author: Leanne Hoagland-Smith
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Education : 10 Universal Laws of Learning Improve Learning, Test Scores and Performance

In the effort to meet No Child Left Behind mandates as well as to increase performance through corporate training and development, how to “make students or participants learn” continues to vex highly trained educators and professional facilitators. From my 25 plus years of experienc ...
Author: Leanne Hoagland-Smith
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Education and Democracy

"Education and Freedom," oxymoron that it is, is probably the most important issue of the day. The world we inhabit, and the one that will be inhabited by the next generation, is shaped by what future citizens learn during their most formative years. The school/teach/educate system exemplifies, a ...
Author: Bill Ellis
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Education : Dynamic Classroom Management for 6th to 12th Grade Is All About Student Leadership

Within many colleges and universities that train future teachers, there is continual emphasis on classroom management. To be effective within the classroom means to provide continual learning opportunities for all the students so that annual yearly progress (AYP) will occur. Without proper classr ...
Author: Leanne Hoagland-Smith
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Education : How Assessments Can Improve the Academic Results and Teacher Quality

Education today is very much a world of assessments. Between federal, state and local mandates, students spend enormous amount of time being tested or evaluated for what they know or don’t know. Yet, the question needs to be asked are we getting what we need from these time-consuming testing a ...
Author: Leanne Hoagland-Smith
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