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Learning Loss: Are We Defining the Problem Correctly? By Harvey F. Silver and Jay McTighe

Learning Loss: Are We Defining the Problem Correctly?By Harvey F. Silver and Jay McTigheHow we define a problem has a lot to do with the solutions we propose. When it comes to the problem of student “learning loss” caused by the pandemic, problem…See More
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Teaching Methods for Inspiring the Students of the Future | Joe Ruhl | TEDxLafayette

Collaboration. Communication. Critical thinking. Creativity. - Should be present in all classrooms.Joe Ruhl received his bachelors and masters degrees at Pur...
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Personal credos guide your actions based on your beliefs.  They can be as profound as the "The Platinum Rule: Treat others as they wish to be treated" or as simple as "Be the person your dog thinks you are."  What is your personal credo that has guided your actions in your professional life in education?  (All submissions will be reported anonymously.)

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Results of the survey of May 2, 2021


Remote classroom-management tools like Securly Classroom and its competitors give teachers an expansive, real-time look into what their students are viewing or working on. As Hootman discovered, they also contain a panoply of features, like the ability to freeze a student’s screen, or to call up, block, or limit tabs.  Should teachers be able to control student screens?

Yes, it's no different than the previous good practice of teachers walking around to ensure students are on task.--------86.6%

No, it's an invasion of privacy.-----------13.3%

Number of Responses = 30


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