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9 successful businesspeople share priceless entrepreneurial lessons you don't learn in school

Actual in-the-trenches experience does.<p>These nine super successful businesspeople, and members of The Oracles, share the top skills you need to succeed in the world of entrepreneurship that traditional schooling never taught you.

To improve education, we need to let teachers administer discipline regardless of race

In 2012 the Education Department released a national study showing that black students are suspended from school at a higher rate than whites, and the findings fueled a predictable debate over whether school discipline policies are racist. Two years later, the department sent a letter to school …

A professor built an AI teaching assistant for his courses — and it could shape the future of education

Ashok Goel needed help.<p>In his regular courses at Georgia Tech, the computer science professor had at most a few dozen students. But his online class had 400 students  —  students based all over the world; students who viewed his class videos at different times; students with questions. Lots and …

Artificial Intelligence

What Is Your Teaching Philosophy: Developing Your Interview Approach

Job Interview Answer: What Is Your Teaching Philosophy?<p>Updated October 25, 2017<p>When you apply for a job as a teacher, you may be asked about your …

How to prepare kids to take standardized tests

Nobody likes them, but here's how to help your kids do their best.<p>If there is one thing that parents around the country agree on, it's that …

Education

12 structures to keep kids focused when using the internet in class

<i>This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast: 12 structures that will help with internet use in the classroom and keep kids focused when using</i> …

Teaching

How to Treat Teachers, According to Teachers

Put your goddamn phone down, for one.<p>Teaching is largely a thankless job. The pay is low, the work never ends, and students and parents can sometimes lack respect—a real shame given the colossal scope and importance of the task at hand. Things only seem to be getting harder. Some teachers believe …

The best back exercises to do at home without weights

In the video above, personal trainer and founder of That Girl London, Christina Howells, runs through a series of quick exercises aimed at working your back and strengthening the surrounding muscles.<p>Each exercise has a variation for beginners and a more advanced version, with this episode …

Chromebooks compared: New and upcoming Chrome OS laptops

With a small but growing slice of the PC market, Chromebooks are finally a viable choice for anyone looking to buy a secondary or travel laptop. Unlike the similarly priced netbooks of old, these systems, running Google's Chrome OS instead of Windows, tend to focus on doing one thing and doing it …

Living with Chromebook: Giving Google's OS a second chance

Gmail, Google Docs, Maps, Picasa, and nearly all of Google's other products don't require traditional software -- just a browser and a live Web connection.<p>The HP Pavilion 14 has the largest screen we've seen to date in a Chromebook, and could easily be mistaken for a run-of-the-mill plastic laptop.

Google Docs

Poker is game of skill, not chance, New York judge rules, upping Internet ante

Poker is mainly a game of skill, not chance, a federal judge ruled Tuesday, tossing out the conviction of a New York man who ran a poker club advertised by word of mouth and text messages.<p>The ruling is a legal victory for Lawrence Dicristina, a businessman who sold electric bicycles and operated a …

Arjen Robben needs to be made an example of for admitting diving for Holland against Mexico

The Dutch winger owned up to diving in the last-16 victory over Mexico – now Fifa needs to take retrospective action<p>Cheating should be a black and white issue, not one defined by different shades of grey.<p>When <b>Holland</b>’s Arjen Robben admitted he had dived, he admits he cheated and should be punished …

How Super-Achievers Do What They Do

For their new book <i>The Art of Doing</i>, Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield interviewed 36 super-achievers at the tops of their fields. They started seeing patterns emerge. These are the 10 most common practices of the highly successful.