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Once it's begun, you can't fully separate the person from the task. When the artist is painting, the painter and the act of painting become a single "thing." The emerging artwork becomes a part of it all, too.

source: Edutopia

Once it's begun, you can't fully separate the person from the task. When the artist is painting, the painter and the act of painting become a single "thing." The emerging artwork becomes a part of it all, too. As a teacher, your "self" is embedded within your teaching —...

source: Edutopia

American teachers feel stressed out and insignificant, and it may be impacting students' educations. Gallup's State Of America's Schools Report, released Wednesday, says nearly 70 percent of K–12 teachers surveyed in a 2012...

source: The Huffington Post

Special education resources are in high demand, and while each student with special needs is different, special education teachers and support staff benefit from sharing best practices and strategies. Technology enables global communication, and this is especially true for...

source: eSchool News

Dyslexia is a complicated topic in the state of Kansas. Even though one in five people have been diagnosed with dyslexia, according to the Fundamental Learning Center, Kansas does not recognize it as its own category of learning disability...

source: The Collegian

In the most recent Program for International Student Assessment, commonly known as PISA, students in the United States ranked 26th out of 34 countries in mathematics. On the surface, it would seem that we’re a nation of math dullards;...

source: New York Times (commentary)

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