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Date: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Time: 10:00AM Pacific / 1:00PM Eastern (60-Minute Session)
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How to Reach Reluctant Learners by Nancy Barile

Nancy Barile (@nancybarile), a National Board Certified Teacher shares some practical tips she learned from a former student about helping seemingly unmotivated students.

Photo: Nancy Barile
One of my favorite things about Facebook is that it allows me to connect with my former students. However, I was surprised when one student in particular—Eddie Scofield—friended me three years ago. 

Eddie and I had a fairly contentious relationship when he was my student in senior English class in 2008. There were 35 students in that class, most of whom had a mix of behavioral and academic issues. Eddie distinguished himself almost immediately as the troublemaking ringleader. On any given day he could be argumentative, sarcastic, oppositional, sometimes lazy, and definitely mischievous.  
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Source: Education Week Teacher


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How to Reach Reluctant Learners by Nancy Barile

Nancy Barile (@nancybarile), a National Board Certified Teacher shares some practical tips she learned from a former student about helping seemingly unmotivated students.

Photo: Nancy Barile
One of my favorite things about Facebook is that it allows me to connect with my former students. However, I was surprised when one student in particular—Eddie Scofield—friended me three years ago. 

Eddie and I had a fairly contentious relationship when he was my student in senior English class in 2008. There were 35 students in that class, most of whom had a mix of behavioral and academic issues. Eddie distinguished himself almost immediately as the troublemaking ringleader. On any given day he could be argumentative, sarcastic, oppositional, sometimes lazy, and definitely mischievous.  
Read more... 

Source: Education Week Teacher


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Knowing what to do and where to start can help your mobile program succeed

Tweet me: Laura Devaney
"Discover important steps in mobile initiative success."

Successful mobile learning initiatives are more and more prevalent in districts across the nation.
And while the same initiative won’t necessarily work for two different districts, mobile learning best practices repeatedly prove that successful initiatives share a number of the same steps.

Photo: eSchool News 
Here, we’ve outlined seven of those steps. These steps are broadly described, and successful mobile initiatives certainly require much more attention to detail, in-depth planning, and continued focus.
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Source: eSchool News    


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Knowing what to do and where to start can help your mobile program succeed

Tweet me: Laura Devaney
"Discover important steps in mobile initiative success."

Successful mobile learning initiatives are more and more prevalent in districts across the nation.
And while the same initiative won’t necessarily work for two different districts, mobile learning best practices repeatedly prove that successful initiatives share a number of the same steps.

Photo: eSchool News 
Here, we’ve outlined seven of those steps. These steps are broadly described, and successful mobile initiatives certainly require much more attention to detail, in-depth planning, and continued focus.
Read more... 

Source: eSchool News    


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