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Educational Leadership

School leadership is the process of enlisting and guiding the talents and energies of teachers, pupils, and parents toward attaining common educational aims. This term

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Gamifying Student Engagement

A recent trend in the business world has been to bring game world elements into the real world. This methodology is referred to as “gamification.”

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Project Au-Some: Building Empathy and Collaboration

Project Au-Some started as an effort to create empathy and social skills between a fifth-grade classroom and preschool children with special needs — and it quickly

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The Power of Introverts: An Essential Understanding for Teachers

Introverts Defined Susan Cain writes, “At least one third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking,

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Bias in Education

Bias in education can denote to real or perceived bias in the educational system. Many recent allegations against the United States have surfaced about them

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Technology in the Classroom

Different types of technology used in classrooms: Computer in the classroom: Having a computer in the classroom is an advantage to any teacher. With a

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Visual Literacy Vs. Visual Communication: What’s the Difference?

While visual literacy and visual communication are linked, there are many differences between the two. Although, visual communications is a much wider field of study

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Public vs. Private School: Study Says There Is No Difference

With all of the highly publicized failures of America’s public schools, it is easy to assume that students in private schools are receiving a better

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Teaching Credential: Overview of Requirements

A teaching credential is generally a certification required of teachers according to state. Continue reading for an overview of the requirements necessary for certification, as

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Advanced Placement Program

The Advanced Placement Program, commonly known as Advanced Placement, or AP, is a United States and Canada-based program that offers high school students the chance

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