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It's the beginning of the school year and you may not have had time to brush out the cobwebs yet from summer break. Fear not, Edudemic is to the rescue! Thanks to the Adobe Education Exchange, you now have hundreds of terrific last-minute lessons that are perfect for a wide range of classrooms.
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Schools are always looking to attract the best and the brightest. Many advertise on television in high-budget, quality ads that probably do a good job at painting their school in a favorable light. However, not all th...
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Hurricane Irene has officially made landfall. Edudemic will be hosting as many of these pictures and multimedia pieces as possible. Editing may stop at any time if power is lost. However, until then, this gallery will remain updated. Be sure to bookmark and share it to help show the force of the storm in case others have not yet taken this seriously.
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Are this decade's students smarter than students in the 60s, 70s, and 80s? Probably not (just my opinion) so the big question comes to how grades are being computed. This controversial issue is the topic of a creative infographic you should examine.
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These outstanding resources are truly innovative ways to learn about and do some pretty technical things. Each resource may not pertain to you but it never hurts to view a problem (or lesson plan) from a different angle.
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Many students, teachers, and staff are all going to be headed back to school this year with something new: new technology.Let Edudemic be your trusty guide and check out the following list of helpful educational apps that are perfect for your classroom (whether you're a teacher or student).
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Can you name a celebrity who is doing big things to enhance education in the U.S.? Black Eyed Peas member Will.I.Am may not be the first name that comes to mind. That may soon change, though.
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I’m a Trinity College grad and was quite excited to see how some enterprising students and faculty have harnessed the mobile web to help out in the relief efforts currently underway in Haiti. So much more worthwhile than another fart app.
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You've probably seen his work before. It's gorgeous and colorful...but how do you actually judge if a student *gets* the work of Dale Chihuly? Thanks to Judy Durkin on the new Adobe Education Exchange, there's a cheat sheet that gives you (and students) a ton of information, images, and even a grading rubric. All in one easy-to-use PDF!