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Historical myths | Dr. John van Wyhe | TEDxNUS

In this talk, Darwin scholar, historian and author Dr John van Wyhe explains how some of the best known known 'facts' if history are often completely, someti...
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Steps for Collective Well-Being in the New School Year

Steps for Collective Well-Being in the New School YearBy Marieke van Woerkom edutopia.org4 minTeachers can rebuild connections and create an educational environment in which they support students and each other.Now that the previously unimaginable…See More
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"If you are interested in 21st century learning, you might want to take a look at my new book, "Teaching for Lifelong Learning: How to Prepare Students for a Changing World" (Solution Tree Press, 2021). I will also be sharing blogposts from…"
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21st Century Skills & 21st Century Learning

Recently, there has been heightened interest in 21st century learning. What is 21st century learning? How to operationalize it? Where are the promising practices?See More
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Google's Paint With Music.

Google just shared yet another online music tool call Paint With Music.Here’s how …See More
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The cause of the crisis in education -- personalities and philosophies

A century ago, the field of education was roiled by constant philosophizing and posturing. These early thinkers believed they were creating a Great New World. They were not shy about explaining their plans and motivations.All of this is captured in…See More
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Is there a formal policy in your school/district for students to provide end-of-year feedback to their teachers?

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Colorado is poised to enact legislation that will allow four-year institutions to offer associate degrees to students who have dropped out despite making significant progress toward a bachelor’s degree. Would you approve of four-year colleges offering associate degrees in such cases?

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