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Figuring out the next generation model of education isn't as hard as you'd think. Interactive learning and making are already here.
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Why should you go to college? Deke Pierce offers his take on why you may not need to attend a physical campus. It's an alternative perspective from a post by Jeff Dunn on the future of liberal arts.
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Colleges are changing. My college certainly is. So I humbly offer a few predictions for the future of liberal arts to you, the inquisitive Edudemic reader!
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This week’s Featured Ten Learnist boards are dedicated to African-American history month. These boards showcase African Americans who have or are currently impacting American society, including one short board that argues against African American history month, stating that historians and the public should be attentive to African American perspective in all renditions of history every day--that a month should be unnecessary.
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Looking to stay on course during your education app development? This handy cheat sheet should help you go a little less bonkers during development.
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What are some of the biggest trends in teaching right now? Did you know most teachers are white, female, and that most leave for personal reasons?
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It's critical that classroom lessons are as useful as possible. Here are a few tips to make lessons more relevant through current events.
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PC or Mac? What software should we use? Christ Turton answers some of your nagging questions with his tech tips for homeschoolers.
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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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So you've got an iPad or laptop. Now what? Here are some useful tips from effective teachers who use technology in their classrooms.
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A month or so ago, I was in a little surf shop on a quiet Sunday afternoon, when the 5 or 6 year old daughter of the owner started telling me about how her dad put his iPad underwater. At first, I thought she didn't know what she was talking about, but as it turns out, the shop was selling waterproof iPad cases
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Whether you're a new iPad owner or old salt, here are a few of my favorite iPad apps used in the classroom this year.
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While you're choosing edtech integration ideas, consider your students first and foremost. Otherwise you're doomed to failure.