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Connect.ed - Cybersmart Outreach

   by  FunnyBiz 

I have just now completed all four modules associated with the connect.ed professional development for educators program.

Until having worked through all four modules, I was uncertain of how young cyber bullying was occurring outside of school hours. 125 more words

Meredith's Romo Steps Beyond The Classroom To Increase College Awareness for Middle Schoolers

Though they can never be thanked enough, Monday, May 4 starts “Teacher Appreciation Week” (#ThankATeacher for those on Twitter), a week dedicated to celebrating the impact that teachers have on everyone in the community. 414 more words

College Advice

Call for Papers

The Educators International Research Conference is an opportunity for educators and researchers from schools, universities, colleges, businesses, industries and other private and public agencies to share and discuss their innovative practices and research initiatives that advance education. 27 more words


1st Educators International Research Conference in Ghana announced
This highly exciting and challenging international Conference on education is intended to be a forum, discussion and networking place for academics, researchers, professionals, administrators, educational leaders, policy makers, industry representatives, advanced students, and others. 239 more words


Jesus and the Turnip Truck

Joseph Lightway, an energetic second year teacher, was constantly amazed at the incredible commitment to children the teachers in his school displayed day after day. Sure there were a handful of sour grapes on the faculty, but overall he felt he was blessed to be part of such a professional group of teachers. 3,029 more words

Tweet, Tweet, Tweet: Using Twitter As A Tool To Collaborate With Educators and Parents

My list of potential blog topics continues to grow everyday, but it’s hard finding time to actually sit down and write a post with school finally wrapping up in a month! 757 more words


Do Not Assume? By @ASTSupportAAli

We have all heard the saying…

Assumption is the mother of all screw/fuc* ups/evil

Is this the case in every walk of life? I am an educator and sometimes I have to assume right?

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