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Boy Scouts do it. Video games do it. Sometimes grades aren't enough. What's a teacher to do? Check out this handy guide to using badges in your classroom!
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The popularity of K-12 online learning is growing across the United States and the world. Just this August, 29 middle schools and high schools in both the U.S. and India added an online learning option to their repertoire. These schools will work with VHS Collaborative (a non-profit organization that has been providing online courses to students since 1996) to provide a selection of higher-level courses to students interested in expanding their schooling options.
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You don't often think of fraternities and sororities as being the target market for most teacher tools. But a startup called Groopt may have a place in your classroom quite soon.
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Modern technology has spurred on a new trend in education: flipped classrooms. In a flipped classroom, students watch lectures and supplemental materials for their classes at home, usually pre-recorded by their instructors and uploaded to the web.
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Twitter is intertwined with just about every aspect of the daily life of students, teachers, and everyone else online. That's why I thought this new infographic by Masters Degree Online makes some interesting points. ...
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The times they are a-changing. This cartoon may say '1960' but it has actually been as recent as the late 90s where parents did not feel obliged to complain about their child's bad grades directly to the teacher. Not ...