I hear that a lot of my educator friends are teaching classes they never thought they’d teach right now. Tough times call for tough decisions and having a teacher in the room may be the option when it’s not an option to have a teacher who is certified in the subject area that needs to be taught.Read More
Training for future jobs garners images of factories cranking out workers with the perfect skill set to function on an assembly line or cubicle. The focus seems to be on technical knowledge to produce and make money, but education is so much more than that!Read More
Posted by Jill Rockwell on Aug 14, 2017 8:00:00 PM; updated by Learners Edge (Dec 22,2021 8:00:00 AM)Read More
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When I was a special education teacher, I never thought about the parallels between dancing and teaching...mostly because of my two left feet and a massive lack of knowledge about dance. Well, that all changed when I started writing new course 5140: New Moves for Teaching Students with Disabilities.Read More
Minnesota is the home of Learners Edge and cold winters. The largest school district in the state closes schools when the wind chill is -40 degrees or the temperature is -25 degrees, and occasionally, the Governor will close all schools. We know how long winter can be when students are stuck inside. They get restless, are full of energy, and may struggle to regulate their behavior. These factors can make teaching and learning challenging.Read More
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