US first lady Michelle Obama will Skype with girls worldwide as part of International Day of the Girl on 11 Oct. Students from the District of Columbia, Jordan, Peru, Tanzania and the UK are expected to participate and discuss education challenges.
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The demand for a dual-language education in the US and Mexico has bilingual educators in both countries seeking opportunities across the border. US schools increasingly are seeking educators who can teach Spanish, while schools in Mexico are seeking English-language teachers.
Taking a Multisensory Approach to K-5 Reading Elementary school is a crucial time of growth in the educational journey of children, and strong literacy skills are a key facet of that journey. Using a multisensory approach to K-5 reading can lay a foundation for reading proficiency that lasts a lifetime. Learn how!
Existing data count when girls enter school but not when they leave, says Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen. "We also don't have any data on why they leave school -- whether they were forced into marriage, whether they became pregnant or were sexually assaulted at school," she says.
Creating Proficient Readers with Multisensory Literacy Multisensory approaches to literacy have gained popularity in recent years as educators explore new ways to keep their students engaged. When combined with systematic and explicit instruction, multisensory literacy begins to move learners towards being proficient readers. Read the SmartFocus
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Researchers from George Washington University, George Mason University and SRI International have compiled a list of 14 essential components of science, technology, engineering and maths education. Components include partnerships with business and industry and integrated technology use.
Women and girls in Afghanistan are receiving a free education in technology and computer coding through Code to Inspire. The programme teaches females, ages 14 to 25, how to develop mobile apps, including one to help tourists visiting in Afghanistan.
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ECIS November conference 16-19 November 2016 – Copenhagen, Denmark
There is another incredible opportunity to learn, grow and network in Copenhagen at the ECIS Annual Educators Conference. Visit our conference page to register and find information about pre-conference workshops and presenters. The theme of Cultivating Curiosity permeates the professional learning here, informing and transforming the practice of professional educators from near and far.
SmartBrief honours education bloggers: Meet the winners
SmartBrief Education's monthly Editor's Choice Content Award celebrates educator-bloggers. September winners include high-school science and engineering teacher Oskar Cymerman and English-language arts teacher Alice Chen. Read more about current and past winners.
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