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50% of teachers quit within the first five years. Why is that? What can we do to stop the high cost of teacher turnover? This great infographic by rossie online highlights the issue. About these ads
I have just arrived in the great city of Atlanta to attend the iPad Summit, hosted by Ed Tech Teacher, at Georgia Tech. In conjunction with the great editing skills of Beth Holland, I will be live blogging the summit again this … Continue reading
Independent Schools, Independent Teachers: Freedom and Responsibility – Independent Schools, Common Perspectives – Education Week
The other day a thread appeared on the National Association of Independent Schools online communities speculating on aspects of the great freedom that independent school teachers have to create curriculum and assessments suited to their strengths and to the particular needs and … Continue reading