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Math Instructor
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City University of New York
Location (City or Town):
Queens
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I am an Educator, Math Instructor in College and I am involved in professional developments, webinars and other activities of different organizations in educational field.
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At 4:57pm on November 17, 2013, laasri mihamed said…

thank you

Lucie Mingla's Blog

Education is Worth of Spread....Limitless....Global....

Thank you to the organizers of Global Education Conference especially Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon for the hard work and dedication. Thank you to sponsors for making it possible and accessible to educators across the globe.  

We all know that it takes time and effort to keep alive and spread the…

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Posted on November 24, 2014 at 11:00am

Reading for pleasure or reading to study .....What is the difference...Do we read for pleasure?!.....

Thank you Rana for bringing this issue to our attention in this conference!

Loved the quote:" Reading improves the theory of mind" 

One of things that grabbed my attention in Rana Dajani's presentation was creating Reading Rooms. I see it as a very good message for urging new generation to read. It isn't just a place to read in class, or Library or wherever that room is set up, but it is the matter of giving the idea that we need to read, and we need a specific space where we…

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Posted on November 22, 2014 at 2:47pm

Many thanks to Mark Otter and Julie Keane. We need Professional Developments, but what we need also is: "Earning Digital Badges" aiming for better jobs, and serving better wherever we are.

From what I was informed in the session presented by Mark Otter and Julie Keane as well as from visiting the website I have seen that this website is very rich in features. There are various possibilities that are offered to teachers regarding the opportunity to build up their credibility as…

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