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Move over Moodle, there's a new player buzzing on the online education scene. We recently learned about BrainHoney, a new online course software site, and were impressed with how easy it is to use,...
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The core curriculum just got a little cooler, thanks to Mr. Duey. Daniel "DJ" Duey brings his love of rap into the classroom into his 7th grade math class in Michigan to tremendous results. After his...
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After nearly 40 years involved in education trying to improve and promote Spanish literacy instruction and biliteracy education, Dr. Jilly Kerpa Mora recently received the Two-way California...
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As a teacher-of-the-year and cartoonist, Ramon Ramirez uses classroom challenges and teachers lounge fodder as inspiration for his art.  Ramon's Teacher Toons spreads laughter outside his Texas high...
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In Wounded by School, Kristin Olson describes what she learned after interviewing 100 students on the margins. She realized that the conventional classroom fails to serve 70-80% of modern learners...
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Carolyn Rubenstein shows just what students can accomplish. At just 15, Carolyn started her own non-profit group to start pen pal programs between students and young cancer patients. Carolyn, now 24...
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Teachers for Social Justice is a grassroots organization of teachers from Chicago schools - from public to private to independent and alternative. These educators come together to create classrooms...
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Last year, Louisiana passed a law allowing public school teachers to use creationist supplemental materials in public school science classes. The Texas Board of Education recently adopted changes in...
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John Spencer is a man of many blogging identities. He is "Musings of a Not-So-Master Teacher" on his personal blog, "Learning with Impact" for his education-specific forum, and the orchestrator of a...
Tony Mullen has had a long road to the White House to become the 2009 National Teacher of the Year.  For 20 years, Mullen worked as a New York City police officer. He remained dedicated to his...


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