Day: April 18, 2017

Re-Learning How to Teach American Literature Through Dartmouth’s EdX Program

x June 19th, 2015 Dartmouth College Join Donald E. Pease, the Ted and Helen Geisel Third Century Professor in the Humanities and chair of the Master of Arts in liberal studies program, and James E. “Jed” Dobson, Lecturer in Writing; Lecturer, Department of English, for a discussion on the ways in which Dartmouth’s new teaching and learning technologies have changed teaching and learning – for the...

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10 Weird SCHOOL RULES From Around the World

x top 10 rules students need to follow from schools in other countries Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Description: In order for a school to function properly, rules have to be set into motion. Otherwise, total anarchy and chaos could ensue. Most rules are pretty simple as they revolve around the concept of respect in terms of respecting the teacher and students respecting each other so that there can be a productive learning environment. However, there are some schools that want to exercise more control, and they start to break the...

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Teaching Students With Special Needs

x A number of my students talk about their Special Needs in a series of frank interviews. Some amusing anecdotes, some very touching. We hope you like them. This film originally went on to be shown in Downing Street and the Odeon, Leicester Square. Many thanks to the people involved for making the film...

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