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Introducing a New Computer Science Curriculum
posted by: Alana | October 17, 2016, 12:03 pm


The world around us is rapidly changing.  It looks dramatically different than it did thirty years ago, twenty years ago, or even ten years ago.  Driving this change is the swiftness with which computer technology is growing and how much it is affecting our everyday life.  More and more, computers are being integrated into everyday parts of our lives.  There are now computers in our phones, our cars, and even our refrigerators!


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Book Review: Reading Reconsidered
posted by: Melissa | April 11, 2016, 04:43 pm


Doug Lemov, founder of Uncommon Schools, made national headlines with his book, Teach Like a Champion.  While many books on how to handle classrooms exist, Lemov did something that few had done before:  he watched the best teachers in the country and looked for the common characteristics they all shared.  By doing the research, his book was based neither on theoretical beliefs nor personal anecdotal evidence. Instead, the book was solidly based on research that gives practical advice on how to improve practice.


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Guest post by Kenneth Waldman

Students frequently find themselves asking why they have to write yet another essay, and educators often forget to remind them about how essential essay writing is to self-development and future success. As a result, they often lose sight of the purpose for the assignment and don’t dedicate enough time to the project. This can be crippling to a new college student.


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Early Intervention: The Key to Overcoming Bullying
posted by: Alana | February 22, 2016, 03:38 pm

Guest Post by: Mike Forney


As we recognize International Stand up to Bullying Day today, February 26th, we know that teachers struggle with the impact of bullying perhaps more than anyone. The subject of bullying is extremely sensitive and when you experience or witness its effect from a close proximity, you understand the devastating effect it can have on students and your classroom.


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What Is Teacher Leadership?
posted by: Melissa | December 04, 2015, 06:18 pm


Award-Winning Educator Larry Ferlazzo recently delved into the meaty topic of teacher leadership in a great piece for Education Week.  Teacher leadership is one of those topics that can mean different things to different people and often reveals a lot about someone’s take on teachers in education.  For this reason, it is one of those topics that is critically important to come to a common understanding about.  In his blog, Ferlazzo asked six different educators how they defined teacher leadership.  As can be expected, their answers were revealing.


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AAE Video Release: Lawsuits with Impact
posted by: Alana | December 01, 2015, 02:51 pm

This September, AAE sat down with stakeholders from the monumental Fredrich's and Bain court cases to get an in-depth look at how these issues impact education.


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Top Ten Best Places to Find Holiday Lessons
posted by: Melissa | November 24, 2015, 12:06 pm


Thanksgiving is right around the corner and Christmas break is less than a month away.  The following month will be a hectic one for students and teachers alike. Now is the time to start planning for the holiday season!  If you’re a new teacher or an experienced educator just looking to add a little something new to their lessons this month, we’ve picked our favorite outlets for quality, creative lessons this season. Enjoy!

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What would you do if you were offered the option to choose between a traditional pension plan and the opportunity to invest in a retirement plan similar to a 401(k)? Teachers in Indiana may very well get that choice if key lawmaker and chairman of the House Education Committee Rep. Bob Behning has anything to say about it.


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12 Awesome Formative Assessment Examples
posted by: Melissa | November 16, 2015, 04:53 pm


Finding new and unique ideas for formative assessments is always a struggle.  However, the team over at the Global Digital Citizen Foundation has some ideas in the following blog, originally posted on their site last April.

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The Cat, The Fish, and The Waiter
posted by: Guest contributor | November 06, 2015, 11:02 am

Guest Post by Rose Bergues


The Cat, The Fish, and The Waiter is a charming story penned by teenaged author Marianna Bergues. The whimsical tale would be a hit with elementary school children even if the book was constructed in the ordinary manner…but it isn’t!

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Let's face it…


Most students don't like writing.


The integral part of every educational system, academic writing is a must-do for all students; essays, theses, reviews, reports, dissertations – they develop critical thinking and teach students to express thoughts clearly and argumentatively. But more often than not, young people face problems when it comes to writing, which can be a lack of motivation, uninteresting topics, a lack of knowledge to cover them, no skills to research, no writing skills, a fear of failure, strict deadlines, etc.


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The Issue of Teacher Licensure
posted by: Melissa | November 04, 2015, 05:29 pm

Alabama State Teacher of the Year and finalist for National Teacher of the Year, Ann Marie Corgill resigned from teaching after 21 years this week. By all accounts, Ms. Corgill was an excellent teacher.  She was a National Board Certified Teacher.  Her students, colleagues, and principal all spoke well of her.  She was a mentor to other teachers and a published author.  Moreover, there’s every indication that she loved her students and that she loved her job.  What could possibly drive such a talent out of the system?


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2105 NAEP Results & Video Summary
posted by: Alana | November 02, 2015, 01:14 pm


Everyone is talking about the release of the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) exam results. Unfortunately, the results tell a very serious story about the state of education in today’s schools.


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Math Curriculum Weaker for Low Income Students
posted by: Melissa | September 30, 2015, 03:07 pm


Eliminating the achievement gap is a top education priority. While the existence of an achievement gap between poor students and their more wealthy peers has been shown to exist, what’s not always clear is the reason behind the persistence of that gap. Undoubtedly, poverty itself plays a roll, but there are also other factors that serve to widen and deepen this gap for students across America.


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Support Vergara v. California
posted by: Alix | September 28, 2015, 02:08 pm
In a ruling last year that rocked the world of education, a California Superior Court decided in favor of nine public school students who challenged the state's quality-blind teacher tenure, dismissal and layoff laws. The Court found that by trapping students in classrooms with ineffective teachers, while pushing many effective teachers out of the classroom, the laws violated students' constitutional right to equal educational opportunity and in particular, disproportionately harmed low-income students and students of color.   Continue Reading...
No Enemies
posted by: Melissa | September 10, 2015, 02:49 pm


It’s seldom that we find anyone who mirrors our own beliefs so well and succinctly as we do in this post by Minnesota Teacher of the Year, Todd Rademacher.  Like Mr. Rademacher, AAE is in it for the students and we’re proud to work with anyone who shares our passion for teaching and children. You can find the original post on Mr. Rademacher’s blog.


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The Do’s And Dont's of Co-Teaching
posted by: Alana | September 09, 2015, 05:36 pm


Co-teaching is a critical part of thousands of classrooms across the nation for students who need a little extra help in school. But without developing good expectations at the beginning of the school year, students may not respect the teachers as equals. If this happens, it’s a very hard habit to break!


Here’s a list of Do’s and Don’ts for teachers who are in a co-teaching classroom this school year:


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By Sandi JacobsMs. Jacobs is vice president & managing director for state & district policy for the National Council on Teacher Quality. Learn more about NCTQ.

  Almost 6.4 million students—about 13% of students overall—receive special education services. Meanwhile, nearly the same percentage of the teacher workforce works in special education classrooms. Considering the need for these professionals and the specialized skills required of them, you’d think expectations for preparing and licensing special education teachers would be at least as high as they are for other teachers, if not higher.

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Republican Presidential Hopefuls Discuss Education
posted by: Alana | August 24, 2015, 04:56 pm

Last week some of the nation’s leading presidential hopefuls met in New Hampshire at the 2015 New Hampshire Education Summit. With a crowded field of leaders vying for the Republican nomination for President, education reform will clearly remain a hot topic heading into the primaries.

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By Conner Dunleavy


This month, the National Education Association (NEA) - the nation’s largest teachers union, boasting around 3 million members – gathered in Orlando, Florida for their national convention. This convention hosted nearly 7,000 delegates and union members from across the country in order to approve resolutions, take up stances on issues, and conduct administrative tasks. The convention has been a decades long tradition, and it is here that delegates have historically decided how dues are charged and what political issues will be tackled by the union each year.

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