Category: For Students
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Staring at a blank Word document can be downright terrifying. So here are some quick writing tips for students looking to get the mind ready to write.
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There's a huge amount of competition for every spot in a college classroom. Here's a few tips for high school students to make sure they make the grade.
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How much do all of those school textbooks weigh? How much do textbooks cost on a regular basis? Do they still play an integral part of the learning process?
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Getting your medical degree is hard. Downright difficult. But luckily the iPhone and these apps for medical students are making it slightly easier.
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So the power is out or you're on a field trip. Here are some handy tips for using offline iPads in education and in elsewhere.
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What do the e-textbooks of the future actually look like? Who is making them? These companies are the big names you should keep an eye on.
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Whether your child is waiting for the doctor or relaxing on a long car ride, the following educational games are some of the best.
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If you're looking to start blogging, here are some insights from a teacher who started blogging and isn't looking back!
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Students could start their own business the day after graduation. Or maybe before. Here's a few tips for schools to inspire student entrepreneurship.
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Whether you're a seasoned pro or just getting started, here are some powerful ways to promote your blog that will help you out.
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Towards the end of the year, Forbes puts out a number of lists called the '30 Under 30' in multiple categories. These lists showcase what Forbes describes as "the young disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs on our annual listing of the 30 under 30 are impatient to change the world."
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Blogging is a digital skill that every teacher and student should have. Its a great way to expand upon and share the learning that is happening both in and out of the classroom, and to engage students in ongoing discussion on the subjects that they're learning about.