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How to Keep Your Classroom Neutral in a Diverse Environment

Posted by Tahlea Jankoski on February 22, 2017



The relationship between politics and education has always been a bit uneasy. Keeping neutrality in the classroom by maintaining objectivity is especially difficult when the current nationwide discussion has become as polarized as it seems to be today.

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Topics: how to keep neutral in classroom, teaching neutrality in the classroom, educating students through neutrality, neutrality in the classroom, political neutrality in the classroom

Bringing the Real-World into the Classroom—Enhancing the Future Workforce

Posted by Tahlea Jankoski on February 15, 2017



Goodbye long lectures, classroom busy work, and glazed over eyes. Today's teachers are helping students become more engaged with a progressive take on the learning process.

 Educators have now started to use a blend of both the academic curriculum and real-world experiences to help motivate students to learn and develop skills that prepare them for their future professions.  Community projects, internship opportunities, and other activities are helping educators prepare students for the workforce.

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Topics: real-world lessons in education, preparing students for STEM careers, preparing students for real-world careers, real-world lessons in academics, real-world application in STEM, real-world application in the classroom, preparing students for the workforce

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