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Classroom Strategies for Inquiry-Based Learning

About this course Inquiry-based learning aims to increase student engagement by helping learners develop hands-on, minds-on skills. This education and teacher training course explores the 5E instructional model and its uses in the classroom. You will have the opportunity to … Continue reading

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From Principal to Lead Learner: New Roles for Changing Times (Exceptional Educational Leadership)

Book Description Publication Date: March 27, 2013 Exceptional Educational Leadership is an experiential account of educational leadership. It fills a gap in the literature by not only looking at leadership in a theoretical way, but offers the reader a practical … Continue reading

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Better Than Finland: The IB Approach to Evaluation

Trust or accountability? While the rest of the world evaluates schools, teachers and students to hold them accountable, for what they are supposed to be doing, Finland has a system that is based on trust. Schools, teachers and students are … Continue reading

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Pragmatic English September Newsletter: Reflections by Gloria Salazar on the 2012 TESOL Chile Conference‏

Academic Director Gloria Salazar reflects on the TESOL Chile Conference 2012 “ELT: Global Citizenship for a Fair World” Source: TESOL Chile Conference 2012 “ELT: Global Citizenship for a Fair World” by Gloria Salazar Academic Director of “Pragmatic English” As promised … Continue reading

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How to Keep Your Job: Principled Principals

For any teacher, it goes without saying that keeping your job is important to you. In today’s difficult global economy, it’s a topic that merits your attention. At the same time, it’s a complex topic that allows only generalizations. Why? … Continue reading

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