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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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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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This quote is from William Arthur Ward and touches on the difference(s) between mediocre, good, superior, and great teachers. Where do you fall?
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We've curated a list of the best education apps for Apple's iOS. But now it's your turn. Share your favorite apps, vote up apps that you like, and make this list as useful as possible!
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I thought it would be helpful to actually, you know, learn a bit about where smartphones started, what they're doing right now, and where they're heading.
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No stranger to TED, Sir Ken Robinson delivered a talk on "Education's Death Valley" where he outlines 3 principles that are crucial for the mind to flourish. He then goes into how current education culture works against those principles.
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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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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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Here's a handy visual step-by-step guide to choosing the best digital content for a blended learning environment. Useful for all skill levels!
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Adobe has a new naming scheme, more cloud-syncing, and a lot of upgrades for basic and power users alike.
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There are dozens of Gmail shortcuts that you should check out in your never-ending quest to reach the elusive 'inbox zero' goal.
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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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Since it's Friday, I thought this might be worth sharing. In today's Dilbert comic, Carol and Dilbert (if you're a regular reader, you know the characters) are chatting. She asks about the future career potential for her son and, well, it's not looking good.
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There's a building company called Project Frog that aims to build schools, one component at a time, in about 90 days. It's like 3D printing on a grand scale.
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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.