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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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International Politics is a hotbed of regional conflicts these days. Many of these regions are important to the United States. This week’s Learnist feature is all about key regions in the globe in which the United States has interest, either in terms of world peace, global economy, or where important events have occurred.
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The economy is tumultuous, and as people graduate from high school and seek a career path, there is concern about what career to pursue. Fortunately, there are careers that, despite the economy changes, are likely to grow.
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If you just got a fabulous new device, why not consider giving back by donating to schools? Send that old device to a BYOD classroom near you.
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While 'the internet' and 'manners' don't tend to pop up in the same sentence very often (at least not in the positive sense), there are a number of ways that manners really do matter when you're interacting online.
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The results are in. And they're depressing. The current state of math textbooks is downright terrifying but somehow not surprising. That's according to a new report by ClassroomWindow.
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Educational technology has infiltrated the mainstream: To support teacher involvement in collaborative networking and online learning environments, the Department of Education launched Connected Educator Month in August 2012. The many possibilities of "EdTech" have also attracted entrepreneurs, startups and investors, invigorating this already exciting community.
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There are nearly a dozen big issues and questions being confronted this week at SXSWedu. From MOOCs to cloud-based learning, what are the answers?
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What's the one thing that is making you read this post right now? Are you looking for interesting classroom technology, current trends in edtech, or just trying to have a laugh? That's what Edudemic offers on a daily basis but we have a slew of other friends out there who you should know about as well.
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If you’re in the final stretch of the school year, you may have resorted to showing some movies in the classroom. Rather than rely on your DVD collection or school’s library, why not take advantage of Netflix, Hulu, or the newest addition to the streaming world…YouTube Movies!
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Whether it's a group of students collaborating on a project or a research team seeking out resources around the globe, today’s EdTech essentials are all about keeping in touch. The emerging products, companies and high-tech tools on our list are all designed to make life easier for online teachers, students and researchers.
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Call it Gym 2.0. Thanks to these 10 tech resources from guest author Vanessa Burke, physical education can be enhanced like never before.
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Duke, UNC, Northwestern and more than half a dozen other schools have formed a consortium called Semester Online. It's quite a bit different from edX and it'll be very interesting to see if Semester Online becomes a bigger deal than edX.
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Summer is a time for trips, vacations, relaxing, and learning. Yes, you read that right. Thanks to these free Android apps, learning on the go outside of the classroom has never been easier.