Articles for Educators

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March 24, 2014 – 1,236 views
Keeping doors locked, avoiding codes and having reverse evacuation protocols will help to ensure your lockdowns are implemented quickly. Full Story 
March 21, 2014 – 856 views
Association of Educators
Technology is evolving at an exponential pace. As such, it is having a greater impact on our lives with every passing day. Technology today has a great impact on learning processes and has made inroads into the classroom through BYOD, educational apps, app-based learning and much more. Here are 10 such apps that have redefined technology in the classroom. Full Story 
March 18, 2014 – 725 views
Association of Educators
Nutrition is a subject that needs to be given importance in schools nowadays. Since the number of obese children is increasing constantly, it is important for schools to pay attention to student nutrition, along with general education. It is essential for the school children to learn the difference between unhealthy and healthy eating habits. Schools provide ample opportunities to introduce nutrition education in various forms. Here are some of the ideal ways to introduce nutrition education for students in your school. Full Story 
March 17, 2014 – 760 views
Association of Educators
Jeff Pench teaches English to a large group of seventh graders in Canton, Georgia. He knows that the best way for the students to improve their essay writing skills is to write more. But he has a class of 140 students. Ideally, he wants his students to write one essay a week, But if he gives them one essay a week, he would have to correct 20 essays a day so that he can return the essays in a week, in time for the next assignment. It is just not feasible. Full Story 
March 12, 2014 – 720 views
Association of Educators
High school students in Oklahoma will be taught priceless business skills from this May onwards. They must show that they understand taxes, insurance, banking, investing, identity theft and eight other financial concepts if they want to graduate. Teachers need to formally certify the practical knowledge of the students in this regard. Full Story 
February 27, 2014 – 676 views
Association of Educators
According to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in six children in the US had developmental disability in the 2006 to 2008 period. New research in this field has suggested that both the genes and the gender have an important impact in delayed development of language, with boys more vulnerable than girls. Developmental disability, in this context, includes intellectual disability. Full Story 
February 27, 2014 – 670 views
Association of Educators
The Education Department has urged school districts to exercise more scrutiny to protect the privacy of students when they use educational services offered over the internet. Full Story 
February 24, 2014 – 658 views
Association of Educators
The new ECDC 2013 Early Childhood Data Systems Survey has revealed that a number of states are unable to answer the simplest fundamental questions concerning early education and childhood care, including whether young children aged five years or below are on the right track to achieve academic success and if the early childhood educators are sufficiently trained to prepare and teach young children. This is because the data system dealing with young children is uncoordinated and maintained in separate systems with different processes and managing agencies. Full Story