Articles for Educators

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July 18, 2013 – 1,126 views
Association of Educators
Common Core Standards are a set of educational standards for Mathematics and English which better prepares students for college. The Common Core Standards is an initiative led by the Council of Chief State School Officers and the National Governors Association. Adopting and implementing the standards in all schools in the country will ensure that students across the nation are on common ground and have the literacy skills and knowledge required for college and career readiness.. Full Story 
July 1, 2013 – 1,137 views
Donald F. Perras - Don Perras: Educator/Classroom Management Consultant
As the state and local communities address school reform initiatives to rectify the chronic achievement gap, critical information must be evaluated to create a valid intervention plan. An "ecological" perspective is recommended to analyze the complicated factors involved in closing the achievement gap... Full Story 
June 14, 2013 – 1,107 views
Association of Educators
Public school teachers and faculty have definitely been given a role by society in the raising of children; however, they have systematically had their leverage over the students taken from them by everything from no corporal punishment rules across the board all the way to Saturday detention being ruled cruel and unusual punishment in some states. Under these circumstances, how can a teacher expect to effectively partner with parents to ensure good student behavior?... Full Story 
June 6, 2013 – 1,090 views
Association of Educators
Diagnosing and preventing schoolyard bullying has received renewed interest in recent years. A documented increase in bullying incidents, aided and abetted by the rapid rise of cyber bullying, has prompted professional educators and elected officials to invest in bullying research and prevention programs. Schoolyard bullying comes in many forms, including physical, verbal, emotional or sexual intimidation and abuse. Not only does schoolyard bullying negatively affect the general learning environment, the victims of bullying are often harmed psychologically and emotionally, even to the point of suicide... Full Story 
May 17, 2013 – 1,137 views
Association of Educators
Secondary impact syndrome (SIS) is a traumatic brain concussion injury that can occur to athletes that have already had at least one concussion in the past. When a second concussion occurs before all the symptoms have resolved from the first concussion, a traumatic brain injury actually alters the way the brain functions. The most common immediate signs and symptoms of a concussion are:... Full Story 
May 7, 2013 – 2,596 views
Association of Educators
To create a curriculum that adequately teaches students with special needs an assortment of essential life skills, teachers will first need to obtain each student’s educational plan. The goals and objectives listed throughout the plan will determine the life skills that each student needs to be taught... Full Story 
May 1, 2013 – 1,217 views
Troy Evans - The Evans Group
Robberies of our Financial Institutions are at the very least a steady trend, and in many areas of the country is hitting at an alarming and increasing rate. Robbery is here to stay and the only chance that our Financial Institutions have surrounding the areas of Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery involves training, training and more training... Full Story 
April 18, 2013 – 1,055 views
Rick Hendershot
School boards across North America have been challenged in recent years to get rid of the junk food in school cafeterias and vending machines and replace it with healthy, nutritious meals and snacks. And while it may seem obvious that this is the right thing to do, it is not always that simple... Full Story