Month: December 2019

How to Recognize Dyslexia in Children, Including English Language Learners
Education

How to Recognize Dyslexia in Children, Including English Language Learners

This is chapter two of the MindShift Guide to Understanding Dyslexia. You can find the remaining chapters and a complete printable PDF of the entire guide by clicking here. THE CHALLENGE OF DETECTION One of the most challenging aspects of properly addressing the different brains of dyslexic children is recognizing them in the first place. […]

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Number Detective Math Tiles for Middle School - 10 Puzzles
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Resource Round-Up: Secondary Math and Science Edition (Vol. 4)

If you’re in search of secondary math and science resources that will have your students fine tuning their analysis skills, you’ve come to the right place. We’re featuring Number Detective Math Tiles, Error Analysis Task Cards, Math Escape Rooms, and so much more. Get ready to activate your students’ analytical skills with these resources, half […]

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Why Skills Training Can’t Replace Higher Education

Much of the current media-reported posturing by policy makers and pundits about the failure of U.S. colleges and universities to adequately prepare people for the 21st workplace is either ill informed or misguided, in my opinion. One of the dominant narratives in the media is that we need to produce more workers now who can do whatever is […]

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Best Private Engineering Colleges In India

Engineering is a profession which is mix of art, science and technology. So mainly engineering all about machines, designing, planning, use of engines, construction, tool designing, manufacturing, analyzing and is a much deeper topic. Engineering is very huge topic but some of the best and the most preferred type of engineering degree preferred are mechanical […]

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Universities must break interdisciplinary boundaries to help advance space-based technologies (opinion)
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Universities must break interdisciplinary boundaries to help advance space-based technologies (opinion)

Space research and space exploration are vital to the future of humankind. The Earth may be resilient — it's still here long after the dinosaurs, and it shows no scars from the Carrington solar storm that fried telegraph lines in 1859. But society on this planet is facing some unprecedented challenges. Our dependence on technological […]

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