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What #Writers & #Teachers Make: #Survey Says ==> less than £600 ($1000 Dollars) a year

http://t.co/rRUvJMLhOq RT @profesortbaker #Teacher #eltchat #ell #IAN1 #ASMSG #edu #indie #JT4a #esl #efl #elt #TEFL pic.twitter.com/E7zZ5w3SRg — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) January 19, 2014 Writers (authors) have a lot in common with teachers: most don’t earn a lot of money. … Continue reading

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The Price of the Guardian is Rising: Why?

Your Guardian http://bit.ly/qIravv Our editor-in-chief, Alan Rusbridger, explains the cover price changes for the Guardian’s print editions The price of the Monday to Friday Guardian is rising to £1.20, with the Saturday paper costing £2.10. We know that these are … Continue reading

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Strong Performers and Successful Reformers in Education

http://www.pearsonfoundation.org/education-leadership/video-series/strong-performers-successful-reformers.html Developed in partnership with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), “Strong Performers and Successful Reformers in Education” is an investigative video series documenting policies and programs that local education leaders credit with improving student achievement – success … Continue reading

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The Value of the Essay in the 21st Century

(Oct. 11, 2009) A panel discussion exploring the past, present, and future of this important genre of writing with Stanford professors Andrea Lunsford, Dan Edelstein, Nicholas Jenkins and Robert Harrison. The essay is a powerful tool for students, scholars, educators … Continue reading

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An Open Response to a Classmate: Connectivism Glossary (#CCK11)

Hi Scott, Your post is intriguing (see post at Connectivism Glossary page). Firstly, like you, I admit to needing more study on network theory. Having said that, it would seem that we both recognise its significance (please correct me if … Continue reading

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520 Great Students: What Does Engineering & Medicine Have That Teaching Doesn’t Have?

It would seem that I’m full of questions today. Questions that warrant answers, if Chile is committed to improving the quality of its education system. Out of the 520 students who scored highest on the recent PSU, there were two … Continue reading

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