Art teacher Tricia Fuglestad shares 122 STEAM ideas ready for your classroom, accompanied by this energized video celebrating student work from her implementation of these lessons in her classroom. These lessons utilize practical technology applications to take studies to new levels of interaction with content and images. You owe it to yourself to immerse yourself in the possibilities for your students!
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Studies, research papers, doctoral dissertations, conference presentations — each year academia churns out thousands of pieces of research on education. And for many of them, that’s the end of it. They gather dust in the university library or languish in some forgotten corner of the Internet.
A few, though, find their way into the hands of teachers, principals and policymakers. Each year the American Educational Research Association — a 99-year-old national research society — puts out a list of its 10 most-read articles.
We’ve looked over that list and compiled a summary of some of what we learned from the ivory tower in 2014…
Good leaders make workplaces better and cause more employee happiness, satisfaction, and engagement. Employees are now more knowledgeable and educated than ever. People are not just looking to be taught, they want to be motivated to succeed. This infographic from Offlcevibe celebrates leadership with a seasonal flair, presenting 8 leadership skills that characterize Santa and should be features of every good leader.