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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

  • Tue at 11:29 AM
    Posted by Jessica Smith
    Blog Reflection: Assessment of Bilingual and ESL Students.             This course has been all about assessment of English language learners. What has been so beneficial was that this course took place over the same period of time as our mandatory...
  • As I conclude my fourth class here at ACE, I am walking away amazed at how this courses really make you dig deep down within yourself and begin analyizing your teaching methods and classrooms in ways you would have never thought.  At the moment you think, yes, I think I have it altogether, anot...
  • Any individual who has taken a collegiate course in the last decade has more than likely experienced what the blended model is, a mixed offering of both face to face instruction and a digital interface.  Blackboard, Edmodo, Classjump and Google Drive are just a few of the many education based i...
  • As I concluded my third course with ACE, several light-bulbs began to go off as man of my initial beliefs on what it meant to integrate technology began to change.  Many people, me included, often define technology with a narrow definition of a tangible device like a cell phone, computer or tab...
  • March 23
    Posted by Philip Church
    For those of us that have long forgotten the Newton principle of Inertia and need a refresher hear it is.  Inertia is an objects resistance to change of its current state or motion.  For example, imagine you are riding in a fast moving car.  That car suddenly makes a sharp turn. ...
  •   This session was my Methods and Materials for Teaching English as a Second Language course. I am walking away with such new vision. The weekly articles, presentations, and applications were so powerful in helping me understand what my students need to be successful in language development. W...