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How One Teacher Explains Consent to Her 3rd Grade Students (10/09 04:39 pm)
- • NYC teacher contract includes bonus for hard-to-staff posts (10/11 3:37 pm)
- • Delaware teachers union head resigns over old blog posts (10/11 3:31 pm)
- • Minnesota teacher probed over Kavanaugh assassination tweet (10/ 9 12:03 pm)
- • Teacher on leave for tweet threat against Kavanaugh (10/ 9 8:48 am)
Snapchat, Twitter, and livestreaming are a regular part of life for high school journalism programs these days, which means teachers have to keep up with both the new technology and ethical considerations. (October 3, 2018)
Technology can be powerful for learning and collaborating, but the most important community-building students do often doesn’t involve screens at all, writes computer science teacher Douglas Kiang. (October 3, 2018)
CLASSROOM Q&A WITH LARRY FERLAZZO
THE INTERSECTION: CULTURE AND RACE IN SCHOOLS
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