Zeitgeist Essay - challenging issues that arise in classes
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Zeitgeist Essay - challenging issues that arise in classes

Submission Guidelines:
Offer useful information for K-16 teachers and librarians. Examine compelling social and political issues of the day drawing attention to academic and other literature. Think critically about what is required for pedagogical success in today’s diverse teaching and learning environments. Agree or disagree that, although e-learning and technology offer potentially significant pedagogical benefits, nonetheless, their use may harm the learning process. Focus on the merits of ethical or social issues in academia over rigorous scholarship.

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Submissions are welcome from K-16 educators, including graduate students.
Identify your submission with two keywords: (1) ZEITGEIST & (2) topic specific KEYWORD selected from 100+ ongoing submissions.

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