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Teaching and Learning About Abortion Laws in the United States After Roe

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In this teaching resource, we provide resources and activities so students can explore key questions related to abortion laws and rights.
Developing reading skills in students through graphic organizers

Developing reading skills in students through graphic organizers

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Introduction.General understanding of texts is an important skill. Students with special educational needs (SEN) often struggle and have difficulties with reading comprehension. Graphic organizers, mainly frames or diagrams, help them visualize and understand concepts more effectively. So, they are excellent tools that can be used to enhance the students’ ability to organize information from a…

How to Use The Learning Network

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Since 1998, The Learning Network has been helping people teach and learn with The New York Times. Here’s how to use our features.
Latest News and Notes

Latest News and Notes

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It’s that time of the year. Spring is just around the corner (okay for me), and your pets (if you have any) are demanding table scraps and not the stuff you feed them. This week’s blog covers a few notes from around the industry, some thoughts I have about various e-learning and learning technology, including…
2021 Turkey Awards

2021 Turkey Awards

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What is a turkey? Well, besides a bird, I think most of us think of a bad product or service or in our case, system or solution. And yes, you are totally correct. For me, I toss in some terms that need to go or be stopped in their tracks before confusion does more to…
When those not in L&D or Training are overseeing your learning system

When those not in L&D or Training are overseeing your learning system

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When your car needs repairs, who do you go and see? Likely a mechanic who has the knowledge and expertise (you hope) to solve it. When you have an issue with your lights at your home, who do you call? An electrician, who has the knowledge and expertise, oh and skills to solve it. Your…
Learning About Latin American and Hispanic Culture and History Through Music

Learning About Latin American and Hispanic Culture and History Through Music

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How can music represent a mix of cultures? What role does music play in our diverse identities? How can music reveal complex histories? These are some of the questions explored by the short lesson plans below as they spotlight three examples of music from Latin America.In the first lesson, students delve into reggaeton and its…
Reader’s Mailbag – You Ask, I Respond

Reader’s Mailbag – You Ask, I Respond

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I started up again, a reader’s mailbag where you can submit questions to me. This new version (debut here), is based on questions I have received via social media, email direct, and my website. Before diving into the Q/A, for those who are interested but unaware, I know have a LinkedIn Group, called E-Learning Coach,…
A Lesson Plan for Learning With Our Collection of Inequality Graphs

A Lesson Plan for Learning With Our Collection of Inequality Graphs

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3. The last graph in this section (Graph O) is an image of a “You Draw It” graph that appeared in The New York Times in 2015 and addresses these two questions: How likely is it that children who grow up in very poor families go to college? How about children who grow up in…
Teaching and Learning With the Coming of Age Project

Teaching and Learning With the Coming of Age Project

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One of the resources we published last fall offered students three tips for making meaningful and engaging personal pieces — in writing, video, photography, painting, podcasting, cartooning or any other format. Now that the contest is over, if you match the work the judges chose with the tips, below, you can see that most pieces…

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