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Teacher Salaries Aren't Keeping Up With Inflation. See How Your State Compares

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Teachers are making less now than they did a decade ago, according to an inflation-adjusted analysis by the National Education Association.

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Teach Students To Think Irrationally

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Our task? Overcome a child's natural tendency to play, rebel, and self-direct in hopes of providing them with an 'education.'

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The 2022 College Podcast Challenge honorable mentions

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These College Podcast Challenge entries made an impression on NPR's panel of judges.

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2022 Play ball!

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If you didn’t know, I’m a huge baseball fan (Go Twins!). This year I’m particularly excited because I have not one but TWO fantasy baseball leagues. Woo hoo!

The first season of BlogBall started way back in 2008. All educators, all ‘edubloggers’ (thus the league name). We added a second league in 2009, and then a third league in 2010. That turned out to be too many, so we consolidated back to one league and have been going strong ever since. Most of the managers in BlogBall22 have been around since those early days. I’m grateful for their loyalty and dedication. They’re an awesome bunch of humans and baseball fans!

BlogBall22

  • Bayou Buffalos, Vinnie Vrotny
  • Buckeye Ballers, Toby Fischer
  • CAM Cougars, Dominic Giegerich
  • Dutch’s Detroiters, Rick Heitmeyer
  • Good Trouble, Jon Becker (last year’s champ)
  • Greyhounds, John Spencer
  • Let’s Play Two, Bob Dillon
  • Maineiacs, Harold Shaw
  • Optimistic Mets Fan, Reshan Richards
  • Technauts, Joe Bires
  • TheBrewz, Jeremy Brueck
  • Twinkies, Scott McLeod

This year I thought it might be fun to try a second league again. I started reaching out to folks and… voila!

Rounding for Home 22

  • All 4 Shifts, Guy Ryan
  • Chad’s Crazy Crew, Chad Lehman
  • Eephus Pitch, Aaron Hogan
  • Impossible Dreamers, Patrick Larkin
  • Juuuust a Bit Outside, Scott McLeod
  • The Moonlight Grahams, Donnie Piercey
  • Nesi’s Quicks, Chris Nesi
  • Papi’s Green Monsters, Cale Birk
  • Sandlot Success, AJ Bianco
  • Who Needs Pants?, Dean Shareski
  • Windfield Wants Noise, Jason Buccheri
  • You Down With CBT?, Dave Quinn

We don’t play for money. Just bragging rights… You’re forewarned: I probably will post occasional updates here throughout the season.

Today is Opening Day. Play ball!

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Inquiry within spaces of control and compliance

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Here are a pair of tweets for ya. So true…

Mehta Bergqvist tweets

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News brief: NATO meets on Ukraine, Judge Jackson vote, student loans

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Secretary of State Blinken meets with European foreign ministers. The Senate is to vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. Some student loan borrowers have gotten good news.

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Resources For Teaching With Bloom’s Taxonomy

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In this list, we've collected posters, apps, definitions, apps, tools, videos and strategies and more to help teachers use Bloom's Taxonomy.

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Empowering Students to Understand the Power of Cooperatives

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Explore the supply chain and help students understand the cooperative business model with digital resources from Cooperative Minds!

Bringing food from the farm to your table takes a lot of hard work. Right now, about 96% of the farms in the United States are family-owned and produce $136.1 billion worth of crops, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But bringing crops to the consumer can be challenging. That’s why farmers join together in agricultural cooperatives, or co-ops.

While farming continues to evolve with technological innovation, co-ops have been around for more than 250 years—since the beginning of the industrial revolution. One of the first known examples of a co-op is from the 1860’s when a group of farmers fought for restrictions on grain-storage and railroad fees. Cooperatives are like corporations in many ways but, instead of being owned primarily by shareholders, they are owned by their members who use the cooperative’s products, supplies or services – joining together likeminded individuals to achieve a common goal.

To help students better understand this critical aspect of the supply chain, CHS Foundation and Discovery Education partnered to create Cooperative Minds, an educational initiative immersing high school students nationwide in the dynamic ingenuity and collaborative spirit of cooperatives. Students can sow the seeds of success with no-cost and standards-aligned resources that help them explore essential careers and endless possibilities in agricultural cooperatives.

No matter where learning takes place, educators can integrate the resources, like the new Power of Cooperatives Virtual Field Trip, into lessons to engage students and expand their thinking. This virtual experience digs into the exciting ways agricultural cooperatives are connecting communities and inspiring everyday innovation. Students will trace the lifecycle of a crop from the ground up to see how collaboration and creativity combine to nourish communities, solve problems, and improve lives. Along the way, students will meet a variety of real-world co-op professionals who reveal the STEM innovations that today’s farms are using to stay productive.

The resource is turnkey and comes with an educator resource guide detailing student activities for before, during, and after the virtual field trip. Show students the power of collaboration and help them grow into a successful future today by checking out the virtual field trip, and more, at cooperative-minds.com and on the Discovery Education K-12 learning platform.

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Books I read in March 2022

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Changing the SubjectBooks I finished reading (or rereading) in March 2022…

Changing the Subject is my early contender for best book I’ll read in 2022. I love it so much!

Hope you’re reading something fun too!

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Video Game-Based Learning: How To Teach With Portal 2

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As they are learning, give students the opportunity to articulate their thought process of how they came up with their solution to a puzzle.

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