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Mesu Kyoushi 4: Kegasareta Kyoudan Lusts After Mature Women

Mesu Kyoushi 4: Kegasareta Kyoudan’s fifth episode simply cannot resist all the sultry teachers as the male protagonist this time explores the body of yet another mature woman, the green-haired beauty being bred whilst wearing a gym uniform and during several questionable moments. While a female of previous episodes also makes an appearance, the fifth […]
Tags: School, Teachers, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Mesu Kyoushi, Kegasareta Kyoudan, Kegasareta Kyoudan Lusts


We can’t expect learners and teachers to function optimally right now

It may well be that we have warm bodies in schools, but to think their minds are highly productive is a reach The post We can’t expect learners and teachers to function optimally right now appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Students, Education, Mental Health, Teachers, Schools, Openaccess, Education System, Coronavirus, South Africa (country, COVID-19, Schools South Africa, coronavirus South Africa


Grades are like grenades

Photo from Flickr  Grades are grenades exploding in the mind like waves and wounding little children as they try to find a place to avoid the flying shrapnel of sarcasm and hide behind the walls they build and weep within a chasm of silence their faces contorted with confusion at the verbal violence. Grades are like grenades With remnants of regret they strive to avoid the bottom set while aspiring to be the teacher’s pet which is something many grasp for but few will re...
Tags: Learning, Education, Children, Teachers, Assessment, Testing, Schools, Content, Grades, eLearning, Steve Wheeler


Cape Town learners identify as coloured; the curriculum and teachers say they’re Biko black

The teenagers, who clearly understood that race is fluid – some even changed their identity – felt shunned. If race is socially constructed, they should not be ignored. The post Cape Town learners identify as coloured; the curriculum and teachers say they’re Biko black appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: School, Education, Identity, Teachers, Cape Town, Black, Learners, Openaccess, Apartheid, Cape Flats, Biko, Southern Suburbs, Coloured, Biko black


Middle School Teacher Dismissed for Obscene Acts With Children

A middle school teacher has been dismissed from his position after performing obscene acts with young school boys and requesting perverse photos from them. The prefectural Board of Education dismissed the teacher, who was in his 30s and worked at a middle school in the Eastern part of the undisclosed prefecture, after he asked six […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Children, Teachers, Anime, Board of Education


After MLK's assassination, this schoolteacher conducted a legendary social experiment to teach kids about racism

On April 5, 1968, the day after Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, Riceville, Iowa schoolteacher Jane Elliott ran an incredible social experiment in her third grade classroom. Her "Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes" exercise identified the kids "as inferior or superior based solely upon the color of their eyes and exposes them to the experience of being a minority." The exercise had a tremendous, and lasting, impact on those children and countless others, and sparked Elliott's lifelong role as a an an...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Education, Teachers, Racism, Schools, Black Lives Matter, Martin Luther King Jr, Elliott, Jane Elliott, Riceville Iowa, Elliott Below


Former Ohio Teacher Who Molested 28 First-Graders Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

A former teacher out of Springboro, Ohio was sentenced to just eight years in prison after he was found guilty of molesting dozens of first-grade students. WKRC reports: A jury found John Hopkins guilty of 34 of the 36 charges against him in March. Hopkins molested 28 first grade girls at Clearcreek Elementary School. His actions were caught on surveillance video. He would nuzzle and kiss the girls. He put his hands on their thighs and other body parts and inside of their shirts. Hopkins had tol...
Tags: Wtf, Crime, News, Teachers, Jazz, Sex Crimes, Ohio, Injustice, Hopkins, Pedophiles, John Hopkins, Really, WKRC, Springboro Ohio, Bad Teacher, Child Molesters


High-risk teachers vulnerable to Covid-19 now know how they will be treated

Protocols have now been established for school educators who are aged 60 and above and for those with comorbidities The post High-risk teachers vulnerable to Covid-19 now know how they will be treated appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Teachers, Schools, Openaccess, Department of Basic Education, Teachers Unions, Allen Thompson, Coronavirus, South Africa (country, COVID-19, Corona Lead, Mathanzi Mweli, South African Democratic Teachers’ Union


Mixed up

There's been a lot of idle chit-chat about blended learning, and how 'indispensable' it is during the historic online pivot. Blended this and blended that - it's spoken of as though it were some kind of magic bullet that will cure all pedagogical ills. It isn't. But it could be.No, scrub that. It isn't. Blended is simply a crazy idea that learning can occur anywhere, in both formal and informal contexts, inside school and outside of it, using a mix of technology - as and when it suits. I wish I...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Students, Education, Teachers, Pedagogy, eLearning, Don, Distance, Blended, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Formal, Informal, On-campus


Transforming online learning experiences

In 'normal times' transformation is often slow, usually driven by technology. During the Second World War, which was far from normal, a number of radical developments in medicine, science and technology rapidly emerged. They had to. It was expedient, because lives were at stake.  In a time of crisis, we all try to cope in any way we can.Today's crisis is precisely one of those moments in history. There is a race to develop new methods of health care, vaccines, medicines and of course, new socia...
Tags: Video, Technology, Learning, Bbc, Teachers, Crisis, Slovenia, Pedagogy, Content, Transformation, eLearning, Distance Education, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Pandemic, FutureLearn


Building online communities of learning

I presented a webinar for EDEN's series on education in the time of a pandemic' earlier today, and was pleased to see almost 300 participants from across the globe. I covered a lot of theory and related it to practice, offering some worked examples of how I had previously conducted online learning in undergraduate and post-graduate education programmes.I paid specific attention to the building of community, touching on issues around empathy, tutor knowledge, teacher passion, social presence and ...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Students, Education, Online, Devices, Teachers, Community, eLearning, Eden, Distance, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Immediacy, Social Presence


Initial teacher education must be prioritised

Education and the education of teachers is already a complex issue and even more so in rapidly-changing global circumstances The post Initial teacher education must be prioritised appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Knowledge, Information Technology, Teaching, Article, Teachers, Learners, Openaccess, Daisy Christodoulou, Top Six, Teacher education, South Africa (country, COVID-19, David Ausubel


Your digital identity

Image credit: Tim Green on Flickr Human identity is a fascinating concept - it's how you distinguish between yourself and others, and it's a central aspect of your unique personality. It's who you are, and how you represent yourself to others. It's also quite a complex part of being human, because identity can shift depending on context, interactions, social influence and a host of other variables. When we immerse ourselves in the digital world, and we mediate our communication through te...
Tags: Social, Technology, Learning, Students, Education, Selfie, Digital, Online, Personality, Teachers, Pedagogy, eLearning, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Tim Green, Identty


Digital identity

Image credit: Tim Green on Flickr Human identity is a fascinating concept - it's how you distinguish between yourself and others, and it's a central aspect of your unique personality. It's who you are, and how you respresent yourself to others. It's also quite a complex part of being human, because identity can shift depending on context, interactions, social influence and a host of other variables. When we immerse ourselves in the digital world, and we mediate our communication through t...
Tags: Social, Technology, Learning, Students, Education, Selfie, Digital, Online, Personality, Teachers, Pedagogy, eLearning, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Tim Green, Identty


50% of Japanese Students Do Not Use Computers: “It’s Like a Third-World Country!”

A survey seems to suggest that Japan is a profoundly tech-illiterate nation, with levels of PC usage among young people comparable to developing countries. The survey found that 49.6% of 15-year-old Japanese students do not use personal computers, putting the country barely ahead of north African nation Morocco in terms of computer usage. By contrast, […]
Tags: School, Japan, Technology, Education, Teachers, Morocco, Statistics, Anime, Pc Hardware


Google Play adds a ‘Teacher Approved’ section to its app store

Google today is making it easier for families to find quality educational apps with the addition of a new “Teacher Approved” section to Google Play. All apps found in this section are vetted by a panel of reviewers, including more than 200 teachers across the U.S., and meet Google’s existing requirements for its “Designed for Families” program. That program requires apps to meet government regulations around data collection and ad targeting, and also limits the types of ads that can be displayed...
Tags: Google, Google Play, Mobile, Apps, School, Kids, Families, Learning, Education, Parents, Children, Tech, Teachers, Georgetown University, Sandra Calvert, National Center for Education Statistics This


Digital literacies online

Photo by Steve Wheeler I'm currently writing several short online courses for educators, and I've just published the second module in my online series about digital learning. It focuses on digital competencies and literacies and takes under an hour to complete.I've written about digital literacies in previous publications, because I consider them vital for the success of any technology supported learning ventures. I believe that unless we develop appropriate digital literacies, we will ...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Students, Education, Digital, Skills, Online, Teachers, Schools, Pedagogy, eLearning, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Readiness, Literacies, Competencies


Teacher Suspended After Beating Student for Half an Hour

A middle-school teacher from Kumamoto has received the shockingly light punishment of a one-month suspension after beating a student for a grueling 35 minutes, the student being substantially wounded psychologically rather than physically. The 57-year-old teacher became enraged after seeing a student laughing with a friend instead of copying from the blackboard, believing the student […]
Tags: School, Japan, Crime, Teachers, Anime, Kumamoto, Corporal Punishment, Schoolboys


Personal learning environments

Photo by Steve Wheeler It wasn't that long ago that I was approached by a new U.S. based online education platform called ZilLearn to ask me if I would like to write some courses.I jumped at the chance, especially in this current crisis, to create some additional online resources that might be helpful in supporting educators in the mad scramble to create online, remote learning environments for their students.And so I agreed to write a set of four micro-learning courses (each will take ...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Students, Education, Digital, Online, Teachers, eLearning, Wellbeing, Educators, Personalised Learning, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Personal Learning Environment, Zillearn


Teachers Across Sacramento Area Reach Out To Their Students In More Ways Than One

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — There was no horsing around in the parking lot of Barrett Ranch Elementary Thursday morning as teachers and the principal were on a mission to bring joy to their students. “We have been going on two weeks of remote learning with our students,” Principal Desyrae Stevenson said. “It’s just not the same as seeing their smiling faces person to person.” Teachers jumped into their decorated cars to spread joy by parading around the neighborhood, honking and waving hi to their pupi...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Sacramento, Teachers, Roseville, Sorensen, Auld, Angeline, Coronavirus, Barrett Ranch, Desyrae Stevenson, Kailye Tkachuk, Terri Sorensen, Creek View Ranch Elementary, Baraba Auld


Female Teacher Dismissed for Obscene Acts With Schoolboy

A female teacher in her twenties has been severely punished for committing “obscene” acts with one of her students, what crude deeds she performed exactly was not divulged in greater detail. The young woman from Okayama Prefecture was found to have repeatedly kissed a middle school boy between May and June 2019. The lewd teacher […]
Tags: School, Japan, Crime, Teachers, Anime, Okayama Prefecture, Okayama, Schoolboys, Shotacon


Teacher Transforms Into Anime Girl for Online Classes

Making use of technology reminiscent of the kind used by virtual YouTubers to earn the admiration of anime girl loving otaku, a Shanghai teacher transformed himself into an anime girl to entertain his students, who are now taking online classes as a result of the Coronavirus. Male professor Jiang Fei of Shanghai University’s Fine Arts […]
Tags: School, Technology, Education, China, International, Teachers, Shanghai, Anime, Livestream, Shanghai University, Coronavirus, Jiang Fei


#CoronaVirus, class closures and communication

Photo by Pxhere At the time of writing, the Coronavirus pandemic is taking hold in many countries across the globe, and predictably, one of the many actions people are taking is social distancing. In extreme cases, where governments are locking down countries, schools, colleges and universities are closing. As the pandemic gathers pace, this is likely to become the norm.It appears then that face-to-face education, at least in the short term, is going to be imposed due to the infection ris...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Students, Education, Communication, Teachers, Schools, Universities, Colleges, eLearning, Don, Distance, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Thomas Russell, Coronavirus


Can-do people achieve despite the odds

Our final freedom is the choice we make in our attitude to difficult circumstances — as the stories of 16 exceptional teachers show The post Can-do people achieve despite the odds appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Article, Teachers, Jacob Zuma, North West, Cyril Ramaphosa, Limpopo, Potchefstroom, Gansbaai, Sona, Top Six, Education System, City of Tshwane, South Africa (country, State Of The Nation Address, State of the Nation 2020, Ameera Khan


Fifth Grade Student Airlifted to Hospital & Receives 6 Stitches After Teacher Physically Assaults Him Over Juice Box

An 11-year-old elementary student had to be airlifted to a hospital and received six stitches following an incident with a teacher. Last week, Kamauri Williamson, a fifth-grader at Post Elementary School in Houston, Texas, was left waiting at school with a large gash just above his eyebrow until his mother arrived. Kiana Randolph rushed to the school after receiving a phone call saying that her son had been injured. But she was shocked to find her son with a wound so serious that he was airlifte...
Tags: Wtf, Texas, Kids, News, Children, Abc, Teachers, Jazz, Houston, Williamson, Houston Texas, Randolph, KTRK, Human Interest, Really, Bad Teacher


Watch this teacher's brutal resignation speech to her school board

In Kansas, the Shawnee Mission Board of Education adopted a three-year unilateral contract for teachers that their union fought against. On Monday, middle school teacher Amanda Coffman tendered her resignation from the school district with this powerful and emotional statement to the board. Someone should hire Coffman as a highly-paid speech writer, pronto. (Shawnee Mission Post)
Tags: Video, News, Education, Unions, Teachers, Kansas, Coffman, Shawnee Mission Board of Education, Amanda Coffman


Township schools fight for their place in the education stakes

Interventions produce great results The post Township schools fight for their place in the education stakes appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Teachers, Learners, Dobsonville, Special Reports, Top Achievers, Forte High School, George Khoza Secondary School, Matric Results


Dear Cyril, sign the Copyright Amendment Bill

Reasonable time has now passed for you to act, say the signatories of this open letter to the president and Cabinet ministers The post Dear Cyril, sign the Copyright Amendment Bill appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Students, Opinion, Copyright, Article, Teachers, Harvard University, Musicians, Constitution, Librarians, Latin America, Cabinet, Cyril Ramaphosa, Top Six, South Africa (country, Copyright Amendment Bill


Study: Teachers Who Praise See A 30% Increase In Good Behavior From Students

(CNN) — The more your child’s elementary school teacher uses praise instead of punishment, the more your child will stay focused on their schoolwork and lessons in the classroom, according to a new study published in the journal Educational Psychology. “As elementary teachers’ praise over punishment ratio increases, students’ on-task behavior increases as well,” said lead author Paul Caldarella, a professor in the Brigham Young University’s counseling, psychology and special education department...
Tags: Health, Utah, News, Education, Parenting, Cnn, Teachers, Cw, Brigham Young University, Missouri Tennessee, Cable News Network Inc, WarnerMedia Company, Paul Caldarella, Caldarella


My Vocation as a Philosophy Teacher

The philosophy teacher provides a service.  He is not in the least interested in imposing particular ideas on his students.  He is well aware that it is not possible, literally, to impose an abstract idea on anyone.  In his presentation, he puts a series of ideas on display.  Students find some of these ideas attractive and others unattractive.  In this regard, the philosophy teacher is like a grocer in a grocery store who displays a variety of foods.   His customers find some of the foods on d...
Tags: Featured, Religion, Teachers, Philosophy, Francis Bacon, Lewis, Nicolas, Thomas Aquinas, Vocation, Cusa, Martin Buber, Buber, Giammarco Boscaro