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Global Ed Execs 2h
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Better Educate Than Never 2h
Working in an international school can be tough sometimes, but it's never too late to change a school's culture. Check out my new blog at for tips and ideas on how to get things moving.
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Better Educate Than Never 2h
It's easy to point the finger when students behave negatively, but whose responsibility is it anyway? Check out my article to see where the focus should be.
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Matt Harris, Ed.D. 2h
Get the Most Out of Conferences
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TrixMaster 2h
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Participate Learning May 24
Happy , educators! We’re passionate about global learning and we love providing resources, blog posts, and content. Stay tuned for more!
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Heather Singmaster May 21
With music programs being cut across the country - here are some ideas to help students study music outside of the classroom:
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Matt Harris, Ed.D. May 23
The 4 Cs of 21st Century Learning
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Maedeh Pourrabi May 24
We finished our paper maiche globes! Proud of how much the kids have grown and learned about the world this year!
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One Globe Kids 5h
U.S. Economy Needs More Foreign Language Education to Be Competitive, Report Says - Learning the Language
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Learning Life 13h
Globalization, inequality and opportunity:
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EdSurge 15h
Little Thinking Minds Raises Almost $2 Million to Better Teach Arabic
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Michael Soskil 3h
New Video! How quickly can you guess my location? See all 150+ videos that you can use with students at
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PenPal Schools 2h
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Schools & Agents 17h
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IDM Learning May 24
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Dr. Jennifer Williams 6h
Replying to @MrsBoudreau
Thanks for sharing, JoyAnn!
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Mrs. Miller’s Class May 24
Today we enjoyed talking with a class from Nigeria on ! we loved getting to know them and learning about the similarities and differences between us.
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Patrice Houdayer 17h
Excellence in research and teaching |
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Connie Rensink 21h
Shoutout to all the teaches and volunteers that made Festival possible yesterday! Such a delight to see students share their Knowledge to Action projects and show how they can change the world!
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