• September 28, 2021

What you need to know about the new science textbooks in the book of history

India is poised to embark on a new wave of textbook publishing, with the first batch of books set to be released by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government on November 9.The National Education Research Institute (NERI) has released a draft curriculum for a second edition of the National Science Education Manual, which will be…

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School administrators: Schools can’t keep kids from playing video games

Elementary schools across the country have started banning video games for kids.But some educators say parents can’t force their kids to play games.In a new issue of the journal Pediatrics, pediatrician Dr. Amy McFarland says parents need to have a discussion about what games are good for kids and what they can do to keep…

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How to be a physical education teacher: Start here

The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) published an article on March 18 titled “How to be an English teacher: Stop trying to be all things to everyone.”The author, Neda Ahmed, is an instructor at the U.S. National Center for Teaching English and is a former English teacher in New York City.“You don’t want…

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‘We have to find a way’: UCF students call for more diversity in physical education

UCF is asking students to join the #IUPIPhysicalEd controversy, after it emerged students at the school were denied access to an online curriculum.Students at the university have been calling for more female instructors and more diversity on campus.They say the university needs to diversify its physical education program and hire more female physical educators.In the…

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