The NEA’s Member Benefits Corporation (NEA MB) has announced a new partnership with TeachAde that will provide the NEA’s 3.2 million members access to the nation’s leading online collaborative community designed by educators for educators.
Text and transcript of the upcoming Obama school Education speech text transcript released today.
Teaching can be one of the most gratifying career choices – if you’re a teacher, you probably get a thrill out of helping a struggling student understand a difficult concept in any subject. But what do you do with your summer downtime?
A few people have been bugging me lately by mistreating the English language, and I thought I might get my frustration out and clear the air about a few myths at the same time. The following are a few phrases and oft-used words which shouldn’t be so oft-used at all.
English as a second language (ESL) tutoring sessions can range from basic exchange of conversation; these sessions can be arranged with two people wishing to benefit from learning the native language of the tutoring partner. It allows the two people to converse on a level of language that we use on a daily basis.
This past weekend I came across a great site called the Tutor/Mentor Connection. They describe their mission as “dedicated to improving the availability and quality of comprehensive, long-term, volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs in high-poverty areas.
Your child’s education is important. Use the summer months when school is out to help improve your child’s skills, rather than give them a chance to fall further behind in their studies.