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  • About This Online Community provided by ACE.EDU
    Posted by Christina Wright October 11, 2012

    American College of Education invites teachers to join this online community for educators to share ideas, knowledge, and inspiration.

     

    If you are an ACE alumnus or a current student, we especially encourage you to create a professional blog and to establish your influence as a highly educated educator!

     

    Share how you have applied your graduate coursework in the classroom, or blog about hot topics and trends you are seeing that impact teaching practices, educational leadership, or digital learning.

     

Recent Blog Entries

  • 11 hours ago
    Posted by Carla Pesce
    When you hear about there being a division in language in schools, your mind tends to gravitate towards looking at ELL/ESL students.  However, in today's classrooms, there is a much greater deficit in language between teacher and students. This language barrier has nothing to do with cultural b...
  • Wow! I can’t believe how the courses are just rolling by! I just finished fifth course Cross-Cultural Studies for Teaching ESL. In this course, I used a cultural snapshot to identify areas of weakness and areas of strength in our ESL program. One of our highest opportunity areas for change was...
  • July 20
    Posted by Carla Pesce
    When we begin to reflect on our classrooms, especially focused on engagement, how is your “marriage”?   Our classrooms are just like marriage, some days are perfect, and others there are bumps in the road that we tend to stumble on.  Will a relationship be successful if on...
  • July 2
    Posted by Philip Church
                Teachnology, and yes the I mispelled the word intentionally.  This last weekend I was able to attend the TSA (Technology Students Association) conference in Washington D.C. as part of the Verzion App Challenge contest.  My students participate...
  • Today wraps up a new course - Standards-Driven Learning.  It has been a refreshing course, with lots of learning with the application pieces.  There is a lot of discussion about standards during this course, which brings us to the point - are you for standards or against them?  There ...
  • Funding is often one of the largest hurdles that non-profits such as schools have to battle at some point.  Sometimes those hurdles form into immoveable and unbreakable walls but other times, with a little creativity and networking, those hurdles can shrink and become nothing more than a small ...