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Well, so much for summer break. The teaching grind is just around the corner. Yeah, yeah, two months off isn't long enough, but hey, it's pretty good. So, now it's time to start getting in gear to go back to the professional attire and mindset, early morning rising, and don't forget to get your bladder in shape so that one daily visit to the rest room will be enough. Okay, let's go down the checklist for the things you'll need to get prepared for the inevitable day: 1. Don't forget to wait until the last minute to get your teacher supplies at the teacher store so you'll have time to make an ho
The great soul Gandhiji once said: "Don't look at the evil, don't speak the evil, and don't listen to the evil." In our books, we see it as pictures of the Three Monkeys of Gandhiji - one covering its eyes with both its hands, symbolizing 'not to look at the evil'; the other covering its mouth with its hands, symbolizing 'not to speak the evil'; and the third one covering its ears with its hands symbolizing 'not to listen to the evil'.
In viewing projects for elementary students I took some time today to talk about private vs public school. I have gone to public school. My son has gone to private school. Did we turn out different?
That education and social media will share borders and encroach on each other's area of influence shouldn't come as a surprise. While the exciting, positive advantages of using social media in education is a topic that can rouse a lively discussion, the serious ethical issues that result from their melding inspire a much more heated debate.
Lifelong learning is the key to success. But one's view towards learning often is cemented during the formative years in a public education system. We need to ensure that a love of learning is put into place during that time, not just knowledge.
A traveler studies the menu on a transatlantic liner or, indeed, in some American hotels a paralyzing sensation. There is so much to eat--for more than he can possibly digest. One sometimes has the same feeling about education, which also offers an enormous bill of fare. Almost any dish can be found in it, from Greek to stenography, from music to economics. How are we to choose from the bewildering profusion? What dishes ought we to order if we wish not merely to fill ourselves up, but to get the nourishment necessary to a healthy life, to become really educated people?