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While there are hundreds of tools and devices available, we have found 10 creative ways to use Google tools and services to help improve learning.
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Parents can help to enhance their child’s learning process, and help their children develop skills and a learning style that they will use for a lifetime.
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Does the iPad foster or hinder creativity? Is it a comprehensive tool or just a mere distraction? Do we use the iPad just because it makes our classroom look cool? Are we missing the forest for the trees here?
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There are loads of apps out there. But only a handful are of the high quality like these science apps for elementary students. Worth seeing.
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There's a lot of buzz out there about STEM - not only in the realm of teaching and learning, but in terms of job growth and potential, too.
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Learning is a fundamental skill that everyone possesses. Figuring out the optimal learning style is tough, but these 5 ways may be of help.
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You don't often think of saving money when you think of Apple products. But implementing an Apple TV in the classroom can be just that. Surprisingly.
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What are some of the best ways to get students learning outside the classroom? From startups to sports, here are a few useful ideas.
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A group of teachers have started to disrupt their own textbook options by starting up an iBooks Author Hackathon. And it's incredible.
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Administrators often ask how to best utilize their staff meeting time to promote best instructional practices and improve professional development. Here are a few handfuls that could help them out.
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He's easy to watch, fun to learn with, and getting insanely popular. The story of Jörn Loviscach is now available and it's worth a read.
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Ever wish you could have a Star Trek holodeck? A school in Australia has just about built that. It's the world's largest multitouch display and you must see it.