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6 common reactions when students bump into their teachers on the street

October 9, 2014 - 11:14 am in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, MAIN, The Good Stuff, U.K., U.S., World

  So teachers have lives outside of school (we do?) and when in a small town or country we often see our students out and about after-school. While we may offer them a wave and a greeting students tend to see it a different way. Here are six reactions…

Egypt: Ending child labour, providing education

October 8, 2014 - 6:33 pm in Africa, EdNews, World

  WORLD / Egypt - It’s no secret that child labour is a problem in Egypt. A 2010 International Labour Organisation and the Egyptian Central Agency…

iPhone 6 is here; have mobile devices really made a difference in the classroom?

September 14, 2014 - 6:39 pm in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, EdNews, MAIN, Opinions, Science & Tech, U.K., U.S., World

  The iPhone 6 may soon find its way into your classroom, whether it’s in your pocket, purse, or in the backpacks of your students. This newer,…

Video: Incredibly scary journeys to school around the world

September 7, 2014 - 5:39 pm in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, Featured, MAIN, Science & Tech, Travel, U.K., U.S., World

  Don't you just hate it when it takes at least 45 minutes to get to school so early in the morning? Consider ourselves, and our children, lucky. In many less developed countries around the world, students and teachers hike for miles and hours to get…

9 things you should never say to a teacher

September 2, 2014 - 1:17 pm in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, Opinions, The Good Stuff, U.K., U.S., World

  Whether a teacher is your colleague or work at your child’s school, as in any profession, treat them as professionals first. They work twelve hours a day to make sure your little spawn becomes a functional adult after all. Here are nine things…

Shortage of teachers – a worldwide problem

September 1, 2014 - 3:42 pm in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, Business, EdNews, MAIN, U.K., U.S., World

  WORLD - Imagine a world without teachers. In the past 24 hours alone, several reports of teacher shortages have surfaced online. The Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (Kessha) has called on the Government to address the teacher shortage in…

3 incredibly awesome songs about Math to share with your students

August 26, 2014 - 11:23 am in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, MAIN, Opinions, The Good Stuff, U.K., U.S., World

  We all know what most students think of Math - it's "tough", "dry", "boring", "difficult" and "useless" according to some. While some Math lessons covering advanced topics do not have much room for relevant creativity, it's building the interest in…

8 types of students every teacher has in class

August 14, 2014 - 4:20 pm in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, Lifestyle, Living, MAIN, The Good Stuff, U.K., U.S., World

  All of your students likely fall into one of these categories. While they don’t all make trouble for your class, they make your class a dynamic, complex system that it takes work to stay on top of. Here are the 8 types of students every class will…

US: Teachers conduct home visits, connect with students and parents

August 13, 2014 - 1:14 pm in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, EdNews, MAIN, The Good Stuff, U.K., U.S., World

  WORLD / U.S. -  A home visit from teachers is not a revolutionary concept. Memphis Rise, a charter school in Tennessee, is opening a week later than other schools in the area due to construction difficulties leading up to its first year of operation.…

Life lessons Robin Williams taught the 80s and 90s kids

August 12, 2014 - 4:15 am in Africa, Asia, Australia & NZ, Lifestyle, Living, MAIN, U.K., U.S., World

  Robin Williams, the man who made a difference in many 80s and 90s kids' lives through his movies , has passed in an apparent suicide. Publicist Mara Buxbaum released a statement after his death. She told The Hollywood Reporter: “Robin Williams passed…

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