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2013 Presidential Inauguration Trip

Will it  be Obama’s re-election, or with the republican nominee take it???  It’s too early to know who the honoree will be, but it will certainly be a special day in Washington, D.C on January 21, 2013.  One thing that it is not to early to do is book your class trip to experience the [...]

Musical Performance Trips are a Blast!

by admin on January 20, 2012 · 0 comments

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Blares, blasts and blats are heard when marching bands warm up their horns but it all comes together in harmonious perfection when the performance in underway.  Some of the best schools trips for students are those taken by performing arts groups.  Choirs, bands and orchestras travel the nation far and wide spreading the sounds of [...]

Students are Customers of Education

by admin on January 20, 2012 · 0 comments

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Even though some educators dislike comparing schools to a business, the correlations are simply too similar to brush aside as we look at improving our instructional methods.  In today’s schools, teachers are taking on more of the service agent role while students naturally assume the role of customers and feel they should be treated as [...]

Learning by Experience

by admin on December 9, 2011 · 0 comments

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“Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I will understand.” – Confucius Experiential Learning has been around for thousands of years and remains a highly effective method of instruction that engages the learner on a more personal level than some rote or lecture-based methods.  This system allows [...]

That’s Edutainment!

by admin on December 9, 2011 · 0 comments

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It is common for today’s high school students to be busy with numerous extracurricular activities, friends, family and jobs.  That doesn’t leave a great deal of time for students to focus on studying, especially with all of the technology offerings that students gravitate toward during personal time.  Yet, it is technology that continues to be [...]

The ‘Apple’ Still a Favorite of Teachers

by admin on November 10, 2011 · 0 comments

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Apples remain to be a trendy gift for our educators, but we’re talking technology not the fruit. Apple computers have been in classrooms since the 1980′s and seem there to stay. Most recently, the iPad boom has kept the brand on the cutting edge of technology and thus, tech in the classroom. While some remember [...]

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“There’s no time and state/national/local/school-wide testing is soon!” Every teacher feels the need to hit the ground running each school year in preparation for the tests that will ‘indicate’ the level of ‘success’ of their personal teaching methods and student’s learning capabilities. It’s becomes a rat race for sure. Yet, some newer teachers, like Sara [...]