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You’re probably familiar with the idea of scaffolding educational activities. Just like the scaffolds that are used as temporary supports during the construction of a building, educational scaffolds are temporary supports that an educator puts in place to...read more
As an educator, you have a responsibility to create a safe environment for students to learn. October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. We encourage you to work together with other educators, your students, parents, and community members to help stop...read more
Research on professional development approaches continues to show that blended learning—a combination of online and face-to-face components—is an effective model for successful professional learning (Owston et al., 2008; Rovai & Jordan, 2004). Eduplanet21’s...read more
Schools waste an average of 4.7 pounds of waste per person every day. Being environmentally conscious is something that deserves more than a day, or week, in a school year. As far as kids are concerned, every day should be Earth Day. Through both learning and...read more
Strategies that increase student engagement can help to keep students motivated (and curious) throughout the school year. There are a number of strategies that can allow students to use reasoning skills and thinking that will help them remain engaged. ...read more