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By Judson S. Garrett The conveniences that make online education attractive also create new opportunities for academic dishonesty. Despite this, pedagogy and technology may be deployed to encourage academic

edCircuit: If you were to take your eyes off of your book for one minute, you’d notice what has happened around you. Technology is advancing at warp speed; it’s

edCircuit Opinion It was a very eventful year for The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, commonly referred to as FIRE. There has been a great deal of pressure

edCircuit Opinion: To many, the thought of lecturing in front of a large group of people is incredibly daunting. For educators, this is their everyday reality. It’s easy to

Rod Berger: Lee, we've been talking off the air, but it's been a long time coming, at least, from my perspective to get a chance to talk with

Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, Executive Director of the National Writing Project (NWP), sat down with Rod Berger to discuss the importance of writing skills for our schools and learning centers. Eidman-Aadahl

I can remember my college graduation like it was two months ago. Which, quite frankly, it was. I stood alongside my peers, anxiously anticipating walking across the commencement

edCircuit Opinion The word sabbatical brings to mind connotations of higher education. It’s unheard of for K-12 teachers to take time a one-year leave and dedicate themselves to research.