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We've been trying to figure out what the classroom of the future will look like for, well, years. But it's been all discussion, analysis, and data. Lame, right? Time for a visualization!
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The classroom of the future is on your doorstep. We're getting slapped in the face with technology (sorry about that, partially my fault), flipped classroom models, and innovative ideas.
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The following is a sponsored post by Datamation Systems, Inc.. They've worked with more than 10,000 schools to help deploy and secure classrooms full of technology. Want to learn more? Check out their ad in the Edudem...
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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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Edudemic Pulse is a new way to passively stay connected with our progressive--and frequent--content. Edudemic Pulse is a digest of content of #edtech grab-and-go content handpicked for K-12+ classroom application.
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It's just about April Fools' Day and that means many teachers will be treated to a few pranks that either 1) upset you or 2) make you laugh. Either way, April 1st is a Sunday which means these pranks could happen either Friday or Monday. So be on the lookout! But what if you, as a teacher, want to fight back?
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I used to think I was a pretty good reader. In fact, I assumed I was one of the faster readers among my peers. Then I took this test and am ashamed to admit that I'm not as good as I thought.
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Even if the prospect of drawing terrifies you to the point of hating pencils and crayons, there's hope. A new app turns your crappy drawing skills into a social game that could be a big help in the classroom.
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Recently Education Week published an article explaining why science doesn't support single-sex classes, where the authors discuss research that find little difference between male and female brains.
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Edudemic often features posts providing a list of top resources for a particular category. Recently, the site gettingsmart.com posted the names of the LAUNCHedu finalists chosen by the SXSWedu® Conference, offering even more resources for the Edudemic staff to consider! On March 7, 2012, they will choose winners after a full day of presentations by the finalists.
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For students with disabilities, some colleges and universities offer a note-taking service that includes collecting notes from the professor, a teaching assistant, or a fellow student. There are other students that might need to review classmates’ notes, however.
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How can we keep students focused on schoolwork with all the electronic temptations surrounding them? By engaging the students completely with our lessons, keeping students actively involved in their learning, and reflecting on our practice to avoid blaming the technology or kids’ short attention spans, in my opinion.
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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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iPads are great additions to the classroom. But they're expensive and delicate. What's a nervous teacher to do? A simple piece of vinyl may be the answer.