The summer break is only half over. You still have time to add to your online teaching skills by participating in free professional development webinars, following bloggers specializing in virtual teaching, and participating in the
Click over to the following blog from
Virtual School Meanderings to learn more.
Virtual School Meanderings URL: http://virtualschooling.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/digital-learning-day-sneak-peek-new-website-upcoming-webinars-and-back-to-school-olympics/
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Below is a report from
. A quote from the article is somewhat unsettling: eSchool News
Just 31 percent of students were considered proficient or better on the test, the data show.
Study: Eighth-grade students still lag in science | eSchool News.
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If you want to go directly to the publication addressed, The Nation’s Report Card: Science 2011, click on this link or copy the URL into your browser:
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