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Doing Things Differently: By Embracing the Politics of Higher Education, Academics Can Help Create a Better System

With higher education in constant flux around the latest assessment exercise, to what extent are academics and administrators ‘hitting the target and missing the point’?

Ancient Civilization STEM Challenges and activities! includes Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, Israel, India, Greece, and Rome!

Ancient Civilizations STEM Challenges

Understanding Our Basic Human Rights

Understanding Our Basic Human Rights

I tried to research his finds online (other than Wikipedia), but most "discoveries" are social sciences and nothing about physical sciences are explained or mentioned.

The muslin world also preserved a lot of classic knowledge and developed it while Europeans were burning jews because they thought they cause the black plague.

Loads of great resources that can be configured how you want them for your children.  Definitely not just SEN. Literacy Printables

Free mathematics worksheets and mathematics printables for educators and parents of children with special needs.

Earth’s Atmosphere,Earth Science Interactive Notebook  #nittygrittyscience…

Earth’s Atmosphere,Earth Science Interactive Notebook Would be great to do a similar thing with the planets, having all the information about the different planets on the backsie

Learn how to use inquiry circles in Social Studies class. Great for reviewing topics, and teaching the Common Core.

How to Teach the Standards through Social Studies Inquiry Circles

Need some social studies project ideas? Learn how to make Social Studies more engaging for your students with inquiry circles. Inquiry circles reinforce social studies standards while teaching the research process. (Grab the free social studies project

The vast majority of psychological studies recruit test subjects who are Western, educated, industrialized, rich and democratic – or "WEIRD." Which is... well, weird, given that these people represent a very small segment of the global human population, from a cultural standpoint.

Rich, educated westerners could be skewing social science studies

Rich, educated westerners could be skewing social science studies. "We aren't the world: western bias in behavioral research"

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