By By The Learning Network This word has appeared in 98 New York Times articles in the past year.

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By Joshua Kim

Reflect, Relax, and Connect

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By Matt Reed

Going outside comfort zones.

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By Deanna England

A practical and ethical dilemma.

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By John Warner

In the words of Inigo Montoya: “You keep using those words. I do not think they mean what you think they mean.”

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Rather than shielding children from news about hate, educators could prepare them for the real world by teaching what hate is and how to prevent it.

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Teach your students about making positive change in the world by connecting with them, discussing real-world problems and multiple perspectives, creating classroom community, and including authentic assessment.

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Matt Davis
Browse this curated list of resources to improve parent-teacher conferences, including ideas for highlighting student progress as well as questions every parent should ask.

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By Suzie Boss

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Find out why a gold standard in PBL is necessary and how teachers, school leaders, and others can contribute to the conversation around its development.

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By By Michael Gonchar

On Mondays, we publish a Times photo without a caption, headline or other information about its origins. Join the conversation by posting about what you see, and why. A live discussion is offered from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastern time.

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By By Shannon Doyne

How big of a problem is procrastination for you? For people in general?

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Why are people protesting in Hong Kong?

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By By Katherine Schulten

Here are the first eight paragraphs of a Sept. 28 article, “You Call This Thai Food? The Robotic Taster Will Be the Judge.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?

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By Scott Jaschik

Delaware State U. defends (and also criticizes) professor who published piece in Liberian newspaper suggesting Western authorities may be responsible for Ebola.

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By Paul Fain

A reference to a veteran’s student debt goes from a group’s press release to a Democratic Senate report shows both the power and peril of using anecdotes about students.

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Former for-profit students and Senate Democrats at a May event.

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By Scott Jaschik

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By Carl Straumsheim

Southern New Hampshire U.’s College for America spins off the custom-made learning management system it built around competency-based education.

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College for America’s custom-made learning management system.

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By Doug Lederman

Campus HR leaders believe their institutions fairly compensate part-time instructors, but doubt whether they provide adequate job protections. They worry too few professors are retiring, and are divided on restricting social media statements by faculty and staff.

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By By The Learning Network This word has appeared in 78 New York Times articles in the past year.

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By Matt Reed

IPEDS problems.

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By Joshua Kim

Speed, personality, and Kindle and app options for downloading and reading content.

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By Emily VanBuren

How does life change after the move from “Ph.D. student” to “Ph.D. candidate”?

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By Herman Berliner

There are always issues with bureaucracies, whether in education, in health care, or in any field you can think of. We always strive to do better, but there are always problems.

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By Tracy Mitrano

Copyright, privacy and free speech.

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By Tracy Mitrano

Copyright, privacy and free speech.

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By Susan O’Doherty

Emma Watson, feminism and more.

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By Heather Wolpert-Gawron

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Educators are tasked with teaching students how to find answers themselves. And it all starts with a simple three-word phrase: I don’t know.

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Fania E. Davis
Restorative justice promotes a positive, orderly school environment. Students and all members of the school community can learn and practice self-discipline, empathy, and accountability.

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By By Katherine Schulten

Some recommendations from the students of Jan Bone, an 83-year-old New York Times reader who has been teaching for 42 years — the last two online.

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By By Shannon Doyne

What are some reasons someone may decide to stop doing something that once brought joy or even financial success?

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