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One Teacher's Plan to Close Culture Gaps in Schools

For my most of my teaching career, I was the only teacher of color in my building. I once expressed to the principal my hope that she would be considering teachers of color as candidates for an opening in our English department. “They just don’t apply,” she told me resolutely. I didn’t bring it up again.

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¡Feliz inicio de 2019!

Un saludo y un abrazo de Año Nuevo a todos los seguidores de este blog.

En el 2019 este proyecto publicará sus últimas entradas y empezará a migrar hacia una página diferente, por lo que te invito a estar al pendiente de las noticias que iré comunicando a lo largo del año.

Este es mi primer y más querido blog, este año cumple sus diez primeros años. Esta página ha sido: una manera de

For Students to Succeed, Social Capital Matter Just as Much as Skills—Here's Why

Let’s just debunk a big ol’ myth right now: No one, and I repeat, no one makes it entirely based on their own merit. The concept of “meritocracy” as a path to success is misguided, because so many external factors shape the privileges, opportunities and challenges that people experience in life.

Once upon a time…

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How Can Online Instructors Get Students to Talk to Each Other?

The following is the latest installment of the Toward Better Teaching advice column. You can pose a question for a future column here.Dear Bonni: How can we make student-to-student interaction more personable and engaging in online learning? —Andrea Fuentes, Director of Online Learning, Doral College

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15 Of The Best Ways To Share Large Files

15 Of The Best Ways To Share Large Files by TeachThought Staff As a 21st century teacher, you probably need to share stuff and have stuff shared with. “Stuff” like pdfs, various word processing documents, video files, and other digital fare. The traditional way to do this has been through emailing, but limits here–including speed, […]
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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 147 Unpacking PBL Through A Student’s Passion

The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 147 Unpacking PBL Through A Student’s Passion Drew Perkins talks with New Zealand student E. Wen Wong about her passion for project-based learning and how it has impacted her thinking, learning, and future. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: @psbeaches Instagram: psbeaches Facebook: P.S. Our Beaches How Project Based Learning is the key […]

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Time Is an Essential Teacher Resource, So How Can Schools Be More Creative With It?

If it were only up to Loveland High School Assistant Principal Marc Heiser, his school would have flexible modular scheduling, or “flex-mod scheduling.” That basically means that each discipline could decide the ideal class length and number of meetings each week, rather than having a standardized schedule where every class period is 45 minutes, no matter the needs of the department.

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