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Whether you're a seasoned pro or just getting started, here are some powerful ways to promote your blog that will help you out.
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Blogging is a digital skill that every teacher and student should have. Its a great way to expand upon and share the learning that is happening both in and out of the classroom, and to engage students in ongoing discussion on the subjects that they're learning about.
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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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Integrating experiences into student’s worlds makes them more interested in reading and literacy. These Learnist resources should help.
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Ready to take the plunge and start using iTunes U in the classroom? It's not as scary as you think - and many aren't yet using the tool!
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There's a lot more to online research than Google. This handy flowchart we've lovingly dubbed 'The Students Online Research Cheat Sheet' should help.
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Pierre set out to create apps to help his homeschooled children. But this education app developer ended up on a pretty wild ride.
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The following steps will offer you a bit of insight into how you can become a better researcher using some simple web tools like mind maps and bookmarklets.
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Looking to spice up your lessons? Try out ClassBadges' newest way to create free custom gamification badges!
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Web design, Ruby, coding, and learning online are all critical skills needed for both students and tech-savvy teachers. These boards will help you out.
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If you've ever wanted to join an edtech startup or actually start your own company, you'll need to know how startups hire the right people.
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So what happens when Google, Amazon, and your local library come up short in your quest for free educational eBooks?
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For mobile learning and teaching to be effective, teachers have to help students to use cell phones wisely. It is up to the teachers how to use cell phones as tools for learning.