Effective Teaching Strategies: Advice for Teachers (Grades K-12) - TeacherVision Use a list that provides a quick reference to the methodology of effective teachers. Strategies for Direct Instruction Specify clear lesson objectives Teach directly to those objectives Make learning as concrete and meaningful as possible Provide relevant guided practice Provide independent practice Provide transfer practice activities Strategies for Students with Disabilities * After terrifying school massacre, Peshawar teachers pack guns - CNN.com In one of the desk's drawers, within easy reach of Abdul Saeed's right hand, lies a fully loaded pistol. A teacher for 15 years, Saeed argues that bringing a gun to school reassures his students, who are still terrified after a brazen attack on the Army Public School and Degree College in December, when Taliban militants stormed the building and massacred dozens of students during a six-hour siege. "They would look to the door every time they heard a sound. Now when they see me wearing a gun, they need not worry and can focus on the task at hand, which is to educate themselves," Saeed says. READ: Stunned by loss, so much blood, sorrow
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www.disclose.tv/blogs 10 reasons why you could quit your job 7 hours ago - This was going to end badly. My boss screamed at me in front of my colleagues. I had done something wrong of course. Today’s Front Pages Anyone seeking permission to use or reproduce the front page of a newspaper featured in our Today’s Front Pages online gallery must contact the newspaper’s publisher directly. U.S. copyright laws apply. The Newseum DOES NOT provide access to front pages from previous dates. The archives include dates of historical significance only. The Newseum is not responsible for the content on the front pages. The Peoples Voice Baltimore PostExaminer Back in early September, 2013, Matthew Green, a computer science professor in cryptography at JHU, tweeted on his blog that the NSA was engaged in efforts “to break encryption” on private servers and was doing so on a big scale. His post was flagged and Green was told by the school to remove the post. Later, the school’s decision to impose its heavy-handed censorship measure was reversed. On Tuesday evening, April 15, 2014, on the campus of Johns Hopkins U., a public forum featuring three panel members was held to discuss the above matter and the issue of “collaboration” between the NSA & JHU, and other universities. The event was sponsored by the students’ “Human Rights Working Group” and the “New Political Society.”
Young people are setting up workers’ co-operatives to fight against inequality Rent and property prices are not the only thing stacked against young people. Low wages and insecurity in competitive job markets – be they creative or in the third sector – are extending further into graduates’ working lives. Rather than a youthful rite of passage, zero-hours contracts and low pay are now a regular feature of certain professions well into people’s 30s. Academia is the example par excellence.