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Katie and I can't cover the entire education app industry by ourselves. Luckily, there are dozens of other sites specifically devoted to education app reviews for teachers and students.
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Not many people are aware that over 2,900 colleges and universities accept CLEP exams towards a college credit.
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The potential for Google Glass in the classroom is just too great. So we wanted to compile an early-stages Teacher's Guide To Google Glass for you!
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TechCrunch has partnered with Udemy to offer an online school called CrunchU with courses on development, raising money for startups, and web design.
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What do your online habits say about you as a person, as a student, as a teacher? We take a look at what your browser history actually means.
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It's called Pubble (reminds me of the Flintstones, no?) and it's a simple way to add a real-time question-and-answer area to your website.
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You can use custom timelines in book reports, projects, and just about every other piece of coursework in K-12. These tools will help.
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I shared a fun image on the Edudemic Facebook page yesterday and it seems to have resonated with more than a few folks. It details why teaching is a unique profession, why it's totally different from other jobs, and how.
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When you think about integrating an iPad in schools, what is the goal? Patrick Larkin recalls his 1:1 integration and if he might do things differently now.
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It's important to teach and learn in a modern world because you can't do one without the other.
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What inspires you? What gets you wanting to find ways to be more creative? This print-worthy visual details 10 awesome ways to get inspired.