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Social media posts and videos are cropping up in academic publications more and more. This chart shows just how to cite social media with ease.
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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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Boy Scouts do it. Video games do it. Sometimes grades aren't enough. What's a teacher to do? Check out this handy guide to using badges in your classroom!
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We get overly excited about new technology. So it's no surprise that we're over the moon about Google Glass and it's potential for education. Here's why.
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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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Today -Tuesday May 7, 2013 - is National Teacher Day. The National Education Association (NEA - the driving force behind this day) describes National Teacher Day as "a day for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives". We can certainly get behind that.
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Looking to get some high quality PD without leaving your classroom or home? The EducatorU team is going to offer great sessions via Google+ Hangouts!
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I recently found this great interview that Mark Suster did with Clayton Christensen, who is without argument, the master of disruption.
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Well this is just downright adorable. Kindergarten students (and their teacher) made this video of them reading the book Miss Nelson Is Missing and I love it.
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Students with developmental disabilities are now harnessing the power of technology to offer them opportunities not typically seen in education.
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There is only so much an iPad can do. This video proves that. So iPads aren't the answer, but they are still an important part of education. Here's why.