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Project-based learning (which in the UK we are more likely to call 'Independent Learning') is hugely significant as a concept and is massively misunderstood.
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Massive Open Online Courses (aka MOOCs) are the biggest trend affecting education right now. They've gotten the attention of VCs, Harvard, MIT, and students around the world. So what's the big deal and what does the future hold? Edudemic Magazine dives into the world of MOOCs.
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Since most of you are all wrapped up with the back-to-school season and all its accoutrements, we thought it would be fun to take a quick trip down memory lane. Looking at what was big a few years ago, you can really see how Education 2.0 and Back-To-School have changed over the years, and we’ll let you in on what’s new for 2012.
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I don't usually use exclamation points in the titles of posts, but this one calls for it. The new, totally redesigned, all-new Edudemic Magazine iPad app is now available.
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Defining 21st century skills is an editorial matter, but part of a larger, important conversation. How has learning changed in the 21st century? Here's our take.
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In celebration of Memorial Day, we wanted to give everyone around the world a chance to grab the latest and greatest from Edudemic. The Edudemic Magazine for iPad (Android and Amazon coming very soon!) is now on sale for a very limited time!
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Edudemic Magazine is the single best source of progressive education coverage available anywhere--written for educators, by educators. Our May issue features more content than ever--including an updated "iPad Spect...
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Change of all kinds depends on key episodes of disruption--even those that aren't all roses at the time. In the May issue, we chose 21 of the most recent initiatives in education and ranked them according to their ability to change education in powerful and even unpredictable ways.
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It has been said that imagination is more important than knowledge, and for any experienced classroom teacher it is easy to see daily evidence of this.
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In the constant pursuit of bringing you the highest-quality content on education and technology anywhere, we'd like some feedback from you, our readers.
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So you've got one or a few iPads that you want to use in the classroom. You could visit the Apple App Store's education section and peruse the many offerings... do some Google searches to figure out what's good... or just use this print-friendly image below to get started!
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The April issue of Edudemic Magazine for iPad is here, combining the Edudemic magic with iPad magic to create an entirely new Edudemic experience.
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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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The Hip-Hop culture is one both traditional and dynamic, an approach or philosophy as much as a term connotative of the East Coast rap scene. And as Sam Seidel explains, it has the potential to inform re-imagining of how we learn.
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There were more than 5,500 entries to our recent contest and we have finally been able to throw all those names into PunchTab's randomizer in order to figure out who won.
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It’s impossible to talk about education technology without mentioning the Apple iPad. At least half of the articles and discussions on Edudemic involve the iPad in some way. That’s why editors Jeff Dunn and Terry Heick as well as 6 authors created the first-ever monthly education technology iPad magazine.