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The new Facebook Timeline layout is rolling out. That means you now have a giant hunk of digital real estate that needs to be filled up with some sort of image. Rather than just stretch out any ol' image, be a little adventurous by using one of the images here.
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If you're a teacher and a reader of Edudemic, you're a hip cat. But what about those teachers and other educators who DON'T read Edudemic? Believe it or not, there are some out there. This post is for them.
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A consequence of the “Great Recession,” states across the country have been mired in debt and forced to make dramatic cuts to higher education. As funding for higher education constricts, fewer tenure track academic positions for recent graduates are opening as universities increasingly turn to economically cheaper adjunct and part-time professors to instruct their ballooning classes.
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A british school incorporated iPads into the classroom. So why was there hostile media coverage, contentious parent meetings, and controversy? Here's one account of integration you won't want to miss.
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If you're an education blogger using Wordpress, Dell has a pretty sweet new tool for you. It's a widget that displays a curated list of your favorite education blogs and websites. <shameless plug> We at Edudemic...
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BC Ministry of Education had created this video (below) to support BC's Education Plan -- an innovative and bold plan to transform education so that every student can excel and thrive in a rapidly evolving world.
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Recently, MIT Education Arcade announced commission of a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) that would teach students content aligned to Common Core Math Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.
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However you label it, mobile learning has impacted education from online courses to the flipped classroom. And that makes us very happy.
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How can parents be sure that the resource they choose will benefit their child and help the child make a breakthrough in learning? This post details my journey as a parent to help my son make progress in math.
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While there are both pros and cons to using digital textbooks to replace printed texts, the use of digital textbooks is definitely on the rise. Check out these stats about e-texts.
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How does a student become a digital leader after graduating from school? They'll need to have nurtured and mastered skills in the classroom that they can use in their careers. Here are 8 must-have skills all future digital leaders and marketers should have.
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Raising your hand in the classroom is so old school. Thanks to the massive influx of technology into education, there are dozens of new ways students can virtually voice their opinion.
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Passionate readers generally enjoy more finely-tuned brains than those who prefer more passive (though not lesser) activities, so anyone hoping to improve their minds both psychologically and cognitively might want to think about taking up the habit of regular reading.
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With the many different types of technology kids are exposed with today, teachers are trying to keep up in their classrooms. Many teachers have used laptops, iPods, iPads and numerous software applications to keep students engaged in their lessons.
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I used Second Life to collaborate with fellow students from around the world during my time at Harvard. We set up chat sessions, drew out wireframe sketches for various projects, and basically made learning a bit more like a video game.