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Now we're hearing that more and more students are using services to get college credit for online learning.
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We've already looked at MOOCs, tablet computing, gamification, and learning analytics. For the first part of the 'third horizon', (or entering mainstream use in four to five years), 3D printing tops the list.
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For decades, bilingualism and learning a second language has had a negative connotation; however, scientists have begun to prove that there are many advantages to being bilingual
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Much like 3D printing, wearable tech are much less mainstream than tablets in the classroom, so they've gotten a bit less face time with our lovely audience
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It's not just Google developing the future of automobile travel. Oxford University has just shed some light on the self-driving cars a team of scientists is developing.
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The Horizon Report showcases a number of different examples of institutions that are using learning analytics in different ways.
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Through the power of spoken word, Lin-Manuel Miranda details the importance of Alexander Hamilton. It's truly how I would love to learn history.
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We're hoping to save you some time by personally trying out these free video editing tools in hopes of making your life and projects a bit more magical.
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If you have a smartphone in your classroom, you can leverage the power of the QR code! Here's a few simple ways to start using QR codes in education.
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We've already looked at MOOCs and tablet computing. Educational Games and gamification were identified as part of the 'second horizon', (or entering mainstream use in a two to three years).
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The push towards a digital classroom is getting stronger and stronger. Here are a few simple ways to get started towards the classroom of the future.
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Today, so much of our research happens online, and part of what makes the internet so wonderful is the ease at which it brings information into our lives. But when that information is so easily available to us, it is sometimes easy to forget that someone else produced that information, and they deserve credit.
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So many aspects of our classrooms and learning move from paper to online and in the cloud, and most of us are racking up lists of usernames and passwords to our various information on the web.
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Who has had some success with classroom tablet integration? iPads, Android, and Windows tablets are in use right now. Here's more info.
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Since MOOCs were at the top of the list (identified as part of the 'first horizon', or entering mainstream use in a year or less), we'll start with that.
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It's not easy to travel through time. It's not easy to get students excited about STEM either. Here's how both can help each other!