Category: Education

Improving IAQ for Schools 0

Improving IAQ for Schools

Indoor environmental quality (IEQ) and energy conservation in schools are difficult issues to address. When faced with financial or energy constraints, school boards have a tendency to reduce IEQ requirements, jeopardizing occupant comfort or,...

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K-12 Online Homeschool

K12 is a well-known online learning provider for many virtual public schools and homeschools. Students enrolled in the K12 program receive a high-quality, personalized education online. K12 provides students in grades K–12 with a...

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Christian Liberty Academy Homeschool

Christian liberty academy abbreviated as CLA – private school, accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International and National Association of Private Schools, also a member of Illinois High School Association  Serving students –...

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Accredited Online Homeschool Programs 

An accredited homeschool program is one that has been recognised or authorized by a third party. Homeschool programs are not required to be accredited, but accreditation demonstrates that the school’s program has been evaluated...

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Teaching Students to Read Metacognitively

Metacognitive reading tactics are all about taking control of your reading and keeping track of your understanding as you read. Students, who use metacognition when reading frequently question themselves, “Do I comprehend what I...

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Making sure your Praise is Effective

Praise improves on-task behaviour, engagement, effort, and involvement. Many studies show that even the most difficult habits may be rewarded with praise. Perhaps, like me, you’ve seen how praise affects both the giver and...

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What I have Learned From Special Ed Teachers?

Teachers in special education have a wealth of knowledge to share with their colleagues regarding patience, empathy, working with parents, and other topics. Teachers in special education are expected to do a lot of...

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How to Engage students in Class?

When we think of student engagement in learning activities, we often think of it as being represented by good behavior (i.e. behavioral engagement), positive feelings (i.e. emotional engagement), and, most importantly, student thinking (i.e....