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In honor of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, which countries get gold medals in education?

So, every single student these days is talking about it – there is no homework in Finland! I guess you are all already packing your bags. But, is having no homework really a smart thing? Well, according to this awesome infographic – it is!High school graduation rate in Finland is at 93 percent, which is fantastic, especially when you compare it to 78 percent in Canada or even less (75 %) in United States of America. Finland also has the highest rate in Europe of students going to college…

Google changing education - No B.S. University

The Huffington Postfrom The Huffington Post

Education Olympics: How Does America Rank Compared To Other Countries? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Education Olympics

Education to the Corefrom Education to the Core

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Make a poster for my classroom wall. Education to the Core: Rate your learning scale. Aligns with the Marzano method.


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will be visiting this site often to see what has been added!!

An Ethical Islandfrom An Ethical Island


scaffolding in education. Saw this practice put in motion during the Mickelson/Exxon Mobil teacher's academy a few years back.

E-learning is a very interesting learning environment, when used appropriately. Philosophy has always been disadvantaged by the expensive learning environments of universities: ideas are free and easy to distribute and don't warrant someone to pay a lot of money to get access to them.

INFOGRAPHIC: Six Emerging Educational Technologies