By Matt Reed

The revived interest in ability to benefit.

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By Barbara Fister

Open access to scholarship makes more sense than ever.

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By Wendy Robinson

A grad student mom struggles with her place in the home.

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By Joshua Kim

Frustrated by book reviews.

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By Yves Salomon-Fernandez

Standards and values.

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By Mr Patrick – 649776

Students and makers with STEM Faire trebuchet.
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Patrick Waters
Students with special needs and neurological differences can benefit from the hands-on process, experimental nature, and visible results of maker education.

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By Andrew Marcinek

Andrew Marcinek
Turning a forbidding acceptable use policy into a friendlier digital empowerment guideline can shift your school culture into a more tech-friendly place.

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By Lee Skallerup Bessette

NOPE, not this year.

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By By Michael Gonchar

In this lesson, we pair Peg O’Connor’s essay “In the Cave: Philosophy and Addiction” with Plato’s well-known allegory of the cave from “The Republic.” Further down, we offer additional teaching ideas for exploring Plato’s allegory in more detail.

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By Eric Stoller

Thoughts about a mentor.

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By Matthew Davis – 163004

Game 2 of 2012 World Series, San Francisco, CA
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Matt Davis
Explore some resources for using the World Series to bring history, math, social studies, music, and visual arts to your classroom.

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By Dr-Marty-Burns-857671

Dr. Martha Burns
The perception and treatment of dyslexia is shifting from a symptom-based reaction to a neurological-based understanding of what is primarily an auditory disorder.

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By By Katherine Schulten

Do you look back at your life and think that the important things that have happened to you, both good and bad, happened for some bigger reason?

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By By Katherine Schulten

Who are trying to create hoverboards?

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By By Katherine Schulten

Here are the first five paragraphs of the Oct. 19 article “For South Korea, E-Sports Is National Pastime.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?

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By Carl Straumsheim

Campuses in the the University of Arkansas System balk at the idea of paying the startup costs of an online institution that is missing its own fund-raising target and may one day compete for their students.
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By Scott Jaschik

While many disciplines continue to face shortages of faculty openings, this one is seeing a surge.

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By Jake New

At a panel on the state of college athletics, a former Congressman says a presidential commission on college sports is all but inevitable.

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By Paul Fain

Community colleges gain traction in push to reinstate federal aid for students without a high school diploma, less so for bringing back “summer Pell.”

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By By The Learning Network This word has appeared in 93 New York Times articles in the past year.

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By Matt Reed

How do we decide which issues to take on?

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A grad student and father struggles with balancing both spheres of his life.

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By Joshua Kim

A few words on two books about big data.

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By Alex Usher

Last fall, Michelle Bachelet was again elected as President of Chile and one of her many campaign promises was to make higher education completely free.

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By Todd Finley

Todd Finley
Whether you use musical instruments, game pieces, call-and-response, or electronic devices, there are many successful ways of getting students to focus front and stop talking.

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By Joe Hirsch – 633121

Joe Hirsch
By combining the flipped learning model with differentiated instruction, teachers can quickly and efficiently mobilize their students in “right size” learning activities.

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By By Katherine Schulten

Have you been following the news? Take our quiz to see what you know and to learn more, and look for a new edition each week on Tuesday morning.

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By By Michael Gonchar

Do you think ordinary people will ever make interplanetary space trips, the way people take intercontinental plane rides today?

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By By Michael Gonchar

Can you imagine yourself moving to a city when you get older, if you don’t live there already? Why?

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By By Katherine Schulten

Here are the first several paragraphs of the Oct. 14 article “Why Are Americans So Fascinated With Extreme Fitness?” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?

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