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Calling All Geo-Educators

Posted on 03/24/2014 by National Geographic

National Geographic is excited to announce the official launch of its brand new Geo-Education Initiative as well as the initiative’s flagship program, the Geo-Educator Community. Both were presented this past weekend at the National Board for Teaching Standard’s inaugural Teaching and Learning Conference in Washington, DC. Click here to read more

My Trip to D.C.: Speaking Up for Foreign Aid and the Common Core

Posted on 03/19/2014 by Bill Gates

Last week, if I wanted a reminder that I was in Washington, D.C., and not Seattle, all I had to do was look at the weather forecast. The temperature was in the 60s when I arrived Wednesday morning, dipped into the 20s on Thursday, and climbed back to the 50s on Friday. That doesn’t happen at home in the Pacific Northwest. It certainly made packing my bags a challenge… Click here to read more

9 Takeaways of an NBCT from the Teaching and Learning 2014 Conference

Posted on 03/17/2014 by John Holland, NBCT

Nine years ago, I attended the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards conference in Washington, D.C. It was the most important thing I have ever done, after becoming an NBCT, for my professional soul. But it wasn’t important at the time because of the conference; I only attended one session that year that seemed relevant to my needs. It was important because of a session where I met Bill Ferriter and Susan Graham, who connected me with the Center for Teaching Quality and the Teacher Leaders Network (now the Collaboratory). Click here to read more

Rick & Maddie on Sec. Duncan’s Earnest Call for Teacher ‘Leadership’

Posted on 03/17/2014 by Rick Hess & Maddie Fennel

On Friday, Secretary Duncan gave an address at the National Board’s inaugural “Teaching & Learning” conference in Washington. At the gathering, Duncan gave a speech on teacher leadership in which he unveiled a new “Teach to Lead” initiative. Click here to read more

An NBCT reflects on the T&L conference

Posted on 03/17/2014 by Beth Maloney, 2014 AZ State Teacher of the Year

I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the 2014 Teaching & Learning Conference put on by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards this week. I was able to come together with teacher leaders from across the 50 states and other countries from around the world to learn together. This was an amazing chance for our field to share different and innovative ways of teaching. We listened to expert teachers translate what is happening elsewhere and apply it to our varied contexts. Click here to read more


Posted on 03/12/2014 by Diane D. Painter

Just a short time ago, one of my graduate students shared with me a desire to continue her education beyond her M.S. Education degree and earn a doctorate. She said she loves learning about how to help students with special needs be academically successful. mrluckypov

NBCT: My Strategy for Accomplished Teaching

Posted on 03/12/2014 by Thomas Trang, NBCT

Every student in my classroom is an individual and learns differently. You name the strategy and I probably have used it in my science classes to help my students learn and achieve success. I have no reservations of trying anything at least once, so this has helped me fine tune how I ask questions in class and to know if students really understand the concepts. kinkvr

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Mar. 3

Posted on 03/07/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team. Read more info from these sites: latinatranny ts-baileyjay baileyjayvr tmwpov 21sextreme

We’re just a week away from Teaching & Learning 2014, but it’s not too late to register! Need some more inspiration? Here’s some news from this week to give you a sense of the challenges and topics in education we’ll tackle at the conference. vrconk

UN Group Advances Quality Education for Global Development

Posted on 03/06/2014 by Antonia Wulff, Education International

The “post-2015” process took a major positive step forward this week as the international body charged with recommending a global development agenda identified quality education as a critical objective for every nation. czechvrfetish

What This Year’s Global Monitoring Report Taught Us About Education

Posted on 03/06/2014 by David Edwards, Education International

As we prepare for Teaching & Learning 2014, where education thought leaders will convene to discuss some of America’s most pressing education concerns, now is a good time to revisit the findings of the latest Global Monitoring Report, aptly titled “Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all.” virtualrealamateurporn

Dennis Van Roekel Talks about United for Quality Education

Posted on 03/05/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

NEA President Dennis Van Roekel, who will be interviewing Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin at T&L; next week, and his colleague Olli Luukkainen, president of the Trade Union of Education in Finland, co-authored a piece… virtualrealporn

Six-Word Story Competition Week Three: What issues are most important to you?

Posted on 03/05/2014 by Colleen Boyden

Another pressing question about U.S. education, another week of thought-provoking responses and another set of Teaching & Learning winners. top gay porn websites

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Feb. 24

Posted on 02/28/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Happy Friday! We have some of the biggest stories in education from this week all in one place. Check them out. facialabuse porn videos

Share My Lesson’s Virtual Professional Learning Experience

Posted on 02/28/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Ideas and Innovations is the name of the AFT’s Share My Lesson virtual conference scheduled for March 11-13 – right before Teaching & Learning. 

Six-Word Stories Competition Week Two: What is the most rewarding aspect of teaching?

Posted on 02/27/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

We’ve tallied the votes and we’re excited to announce the twelve winners from the second week of our Six-Word Stories Competition. Thank you to all who participated! From your stories, seeing your students overcome obstacles to achieve success is most rewarding in helping our little stars achieve their dreams. privatefeeds

Young Education Professionals of Washington D.C.

Posted on 02/25/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

If you fit under this title – even stretching the “young” part — the YEP-DC conference is for you 

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Feb. 17

Posted on 02/21/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Teaching & Learning 2014 is only three weeks away and we can’t wait to see what happens when you bring the best minds in education together to solve some the nation’s biggest challenges for students, teachers and the profession! From our incredible Pre-conference to equity to STEM, here are some stories to prime your thinking ahead of the conference. 

Six-Word Story Competition Week One: Why did you become a teacher?

Posted on 02/20/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

The results are in, and we’re thrilled by the outpouring of responses we’ve received on Facebook and Twitter for our first week of the Six-Word Story Competition! Thanks to the nearly 200 people who submitted their six-word stories, we see that “inspire” and “students” were some of the biggest motivators to why you became a teacher.

Breaking the Symbol Barrier

Posted on 02/19/2014 by Keith Devlin, Teaching & Learning Speaker

Guest post by Teaching & Learning speaker Keith Devlin, a mathematician at Stanford University, the NPR Math Guy, and the president and co-founder of BrainQuake

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Feb. 14

Posted on 02/14/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Winter Olympics, Valentine’s Day, and snow days abound! All we’ve wanted to do this week is cozy up with a warm hot-chocolate and something good to read. Here are some of the best stories in teaching, learning, and education we found this week. 

Six-Word Story Competition: Why Did You Become a Teacher?

Posted on 02/13/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

“For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” The quote is attributed to Hemingway, and so is the concept of the “six-word story.” Words matter, and by using just the right ones, a story can be told using just a select few. myfriendsfeet

English and Language Arts at Teaching & Learning 2014

Posted on 02/11/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

If you spend most of your time thinking about how your students can get from there to they’re to their – Teaching & Learning 2014 might be speaking your language! Check out our incredible lineup of speakers, authors, and opportunities for English and Language Arts teachers at this year’s conference. 

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Feb. 3

Posted on 02/07/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Teaching & Learning 2014 will be jam-packed with bold thinkers and big ideas. Come prepared by staying up-to-date on the most current news and updates in the education world. Here’s a great place to start. 

Champion of Students Studying Grammar:  Meet Jeff Scheur and NoRedInk.com

Posted on 02/06/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Ever spent time marking up a student’s writing assignment in red ink, returning it to them, and wondering if they even knew what to do with the feedback? Jeff did. And, his solution was to create NoRedInk, an online resource designed to give immediate feedback and differentiate instruction. czechvrfetish

Teaching & Learning 2014 Gets Digital

Posted on 02/05/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

It’s Digital Learning Day and we’re inspired by the endless possibilities for innovation and learning in the classroom! As you take the pledge to provide students with opportunities to learn in robust, digital environments, take some time to reflect on the many ways you can support technology and digital learning starting today. loveherfeet

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Jan. 27

Posted on 01/31/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Coming off of this week’s State of the Union address, we’ve been hearing a lot about education and where reform efforts are headed this year. Here’s a look at the top stories we’ve been following this week. streamates

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Conference Opportunity

Posted on 01/30/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

English language arts and history teachers are invited to attend the 2014 Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conference for Educators this July at the Museum in Washington, D.C. It is free of charge and is designed for secondary educators, community colleges, and university faculty. 

Announcing T&L’s Exhilarating Pre-Conferences

Posted on 01/28/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Experience downtown and historic Washington, D.C., as if the city itself were your own classroom and laboratory! 

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Jan. 24

Posted on 01/24/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Next week, President Obama will announce his plan for the country in his State of the Union address and the education world is already buzzing about what will make the cut. From Common Core to the push for greater access to preschool and STEM education, here’s what we’re following this week. 

MLK, Bravery, and Special Olympics

Posted on 01/20/2014 by Tim Shriver, Chairman of the Special Olympics

Befitting on the day the nation and the world celebrate Martin Luther King and the bravery it took to stand up for civil rights and racial justice, is this piece by Tim Shriver, president and CEO of Special Olympics, on the learning from King’s courage and applying it to all instances of injustice. 

Honoring MLK’s vision of “the goal of true education”

Posted on 01/20/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Especially on this day, we are reminded of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s fight for equality for all people regardless of race, socioeconomic status, religion, etc. MLK was an educator to all Americans, among many other roles, who worked tirelessly so that all students could have an equal opportunity in life.

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Jan. 13

Posted on 01/17/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

The T&L; the team has been hard at work planning this year’s extraordinary conference! These are the top stories we’re reading this week in between booking more incredible speakers and a truly once-in-a-lifetime conference event. 

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Jan. 6

Posted on 01/10/2014 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Happy New Year! Here are the top stories we’re reading in education this week. 

New Year’s Resolution: Register for T&L 2014

Posted on 01/09/2014 by Ron Thorpe, President and CEO of NBPTS

The inaugural Teaching & Learning 2014 conference is less than 10 weeks away, and it’s an opportunity for the entire NBCT community to participate in this extraordinary event. 

T&L News Round-Up, Week of Dec. 14

Posted on 12/20/2013 by The Teaching & Learning Team

Teaching & Learning is a place to explore new ideas and innovations in education – and we want to stoke your thinking and imagination as March 2014 gets closer. Below, we’ve gathered some of the most thought-provoking articles we’re reading in education this week. 

5 Reasons to Attend Teaching & Learning 2014

Posted on 12/13/2013 by The Teaching & Learning Team

We’ve had an incredible year meeting with teachers, principals, superintendents and education’s biggest advocates in anticipation of Teaching & Learning 2014 (T&L; 2014). Before the year comes to a close, we want to share some of the best reasons we’ve heard to attend the conference. 

Teachers Pledge an “Hour of Code” for Computer Science & STEM

Posted on 12/09/2013 by Barbara Pape, Executive Producer

Computer Science Education Week started today, and teachers across the country are taking an “Hour of Code” to teach an “Hour of Code.” With roughly 70 percent of STEM job growth projected to focus on computer occupations by 2020, the initiative aims to engage 10 million U.S. students, teachers, and parents to try their hand at computer programming through online-guided tutorials with tech legends like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. 

And the world sighs at the loss of a strong leader, a gentle humanitarian, and an educator to mankind

Posted on 12/06/2013 by Barbara Pape, Executive Producer

Nelson Mandela endured nearly 30 years in prison after living in a land whose laws viewed him as less than a second-class citizen. Yet, he endured, imbued with a sense of justice, faith, and trust in the dignity of humanity that is a beacon of hope for the rest of the world. 

7 Reasons I Don’t Care About the PISA Results

Posted on 12/04/2013 by Rick Hess, Teaching & Learning Speaker

And, for another perspective on PISA…take a look at American Enterprise Institute’s Director of Education Policy Studies Rick Hess’s blog, which questions why we care at all about this test. Plan to hear more from Hess at Teaching & Learning, where he is a featured speaker. 

Ideas, Rabbits, and UPenn’s Graduate School of Education

Posted on 12/02/2013 by Barbara Pape, Executive Producer

In concert with the Milken Family Foundation, the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education had an idea to launch an Education Business Plan Competition (EBPC) in order to spawn a greater number of innovative ideas that strive to improve educational programs and opportunities internationally. EBPC opened its doors in 2010 and has awarded more than $350,000 since. 

NEA President Dennis Van Roekel Kicks off American Education Week

Posted on 11/20/2013 by Anita Merina, National Education Association

Happy American Education Week! Our Teaching & Learning Co-sponsor, the National Education Association, traveled across the country to celebrate the amazing work of teachers nationwide!

What if it took 13 years to become a teacher?

Posted on 11/14/2013 by Ron Thorpe, President and CEO of NBPTS

I am a teacher and my older sister Renée is a gastroenterologist. She studied molecular and cell biology for four years as an undergraduate and then went to medical school for four years. Directly after, she did a three-year residency and then a two-year fellowship. After 13 years of schooling, hands-on learning, and guidance from experienced and board-certified practitioners, she was prepared—and allowed—to practice as a physician. What would our society be like if we created the same type of training trajectory for teachers? 

Think BIG

Posted on 11/05/2013 by Barbara Pape, Executive Producer

What’s the big deal about Big History? Well, it does what hasn’t been done at this scale before. It tells the origin story of humankind beginning with the big bang and traveling through the ages to touch down in modern times. Bob Bain, associate professor of history and education at the University of Michigan and Big History guru, says it gives teachers the chance to dig deep, without racing from one topic to another, or, as he puts it engage in “intellectual channel surfing through the school day.” virtualrealamateurporn

Register now for Teaching & Learning 2023

Posted on 09/24/2013 by Barbara Pape, Executive Producer

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards invites you, your colleagues, and all educators, advocates, and policymakers to register for its inaugural Teaching & Learning Conference to be held on Friday, March 14, and Saturday, March 15, 2024, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. There are some more sites with relevant information: chicasplace spytug pissjapantv peterfever dudesraw