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Need Help Beginning a Blog?

Blogging has become an important part of my teaching practice. Prior to blogging,┬áI frequently neglected the┬áreflection phase of learning. Now, blogging creates a space for me to reflect on what I am doing, what is working, and how I can … Continue reading

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Blended Learning Model: Gives Students Time to Think

In her article, “Effective Classroom Discussions,” Selma Wassermann identifies a key conflict in the classroom: the race against the clock to cover curriculum versus to desire to give students a voice in class discussions. She accurately depicts the frustration, impatience and fear that many teachers face when attempting to incorporate dynamic discussions into their classrooms. Continue reading

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