Articles for Educators

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October 23, 2013 – 714 views
Association of Educators
The Affordable Care Act has put many school districts in a fix. Most of them are worried about complying with the act operationally as well as financially. Some administrators have even come out and said that the Act is forcing them to make a choice between carrying the burden of heavy charges of the heath coverage for the presently uninsured employees, or to cut back on the working hours of such employees... Full Story 
October 18, 2013 – 863 views
Association of Educators
Over the years, many approaches have been tried towards school discipline. It is a rather old and tested area of practice for many school counselors. Student discipline was perceived to be a problem of behavior modification in students. But now it is perceived to be a problem of environment. The key focus now is on providing a safe environment for students to study in. Out of the many approaches, some have worked, but some have not... Full Story 
October 16, 2013 – 723 views
Association of Educators
All the students who have been enjoying learning with the help of their digital devices may have to wait a little more to continue using them. As an effort to make learning easy and interesting for students, Amplify Tablets were given to them. But this initiative will be paused for a while as several problems have come up related to it... Full Story 
October 9, 2013 – 822 views
Association of Educators
Technology is growing at a rapid pace. Over one billion people across the globe have some access to a computer or mobile device that is connected to the internet. There are also millions of people who have access to touch screen devices, such as tablets and mobile phones as the increase in technology is in correlation with... Full Story 
October 7, 2013 – 830 views
Association of Educators
Mental health programs are designed to help students with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Project Hope is one such program. This program is especially focused to students severely affected by Hurricane Sandy. Natural disasters can cause severe emotional distress among victims. It can also be quite complicated... Full Story 
October 3, 2013 – 761 views
Association of Educators
Students may love their occasional ‘skip-the-school-day’ but what do you call it when teachers collectively decide to do the same? Most of the times, it is called a strike. Thousands of teachers decided to be a part of a strike that lasted for a day in England. This strike was called out by the union of teachers in England to show their dismay over their working conditions and pensions... Full Story 
September 26, 2013 – 772 views
Association of Educators
The profession of teaching is fraught with new year challenges each time the school reopens. However, these challenges can be best confronted not by the teaching fraternity alone. Parent involvement, other than the involvement of policy makers, educators, and the community will be needed to successfully meet such challenges... Full Story 
September 25, 2013 – 785 views
Association of Educators
Education plays a vital role in any society around the world. It is through education that many people are able to communicate trade and build communities with others. Being educated does not meant that you are able to read and write, but it means that you are able to understand the world from different perspectives... Full Story