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Latest Colleagues Issue: Bullying

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Latest Colleagues Issue: Bullying The College of Education at Grand Valley State University is proud to offer another issue of Colleagues Magazine, focusing on an issue pertinent to any K-12 educator: Bullying. In this issue you will find articles on cyberbullying, the Anti-Defamation League, warning signs that a child is […]

The End of Service-Learning

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The end? Well, not exactly. Scratch that – not at all. I thought I was going to be writing about the amazing time I had in Atlanta, Georgia the at the NYLC National Service-Learning Conference. I mean, how pumped up can a person in my line or work feel surrounded […]

Duncan: We Need to Fix NCLB This Year

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Duncan: We Need to Fix NCLB This Year According to No Child Left Behind regulations, almost 80,000 of the nation’s 100,000 schools are “failing.” Secretary of Education Arne Duncan addressed Congress on March 9 to insist that it is not the schools that are flawed, but the law itself. “This […]

Taking a Test Beats Studying/Mapping

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Taking a Test Beats Studying/Mapping In a recent study, researchers at Purdue University found that students who read a passage and immediately took a test afterward were more likely to recall the information from the passage a week later, as opposed to students who reread the passage several times or […]

Latest Colleagues Issue: Social Foundations of Education

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Latest Colleagues Issue: Social Foundations of Education The Fall 2010 issue of Colleagues focuses on the social foundations of education. From the roots of cosmopolitanism in universities to perspectives on functionalist and conflict theory and beyond, this issue explores the basis of the modern educational experience. Read this issue


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