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The amount of technology available to professors is at unheard of levels. So let's figure out how professors are using social media!
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What are the actual ways schools will change and why? A new infographic spells it out in a highly visual sense. What could be better than that?
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This new infographic comes at an important time. It answers the big question: what is a flipped classroom?
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It's no secret that online learning is all the rage these days. But how does it stack up against classroom learning and similar models? A new infographic claims that online learning is the wave of the future but I'd prefer to hear your thoughts.
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The history of Thanksgiving is insane. So is the present day status of the holiday. What happened between then and now?
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When you're looking to do something interesting with your class, the internet is the first place that most of us turn for help. Our friend the internet holds the keys to textbooks, web tools, teaching guides, lesson plans, apps, and more. But how do you know what's free for using vs. free for changing, adapting to your needs, and building upon? That's a harder question to answer.
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The hard truth is people have to be able to read and write, or they’re going to be at a severe disadvantage in life. And adults who live in the United States are no exception.
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A quick guide to turning your Twitter feed into an infographic using the tweetsheet tool. It's fast, simple, and adorable.
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Technology has made tremendous inroads into education over the past couple of years. It's been ramping up to a fever pitch and you can't swing a mouse without hitting a classroom. (Feel free to use that visual next time you're examining technology's role in your school)
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There's a lot of discussion out there about how students from the US can 'compete' with students abroad, particularly students from China and India. Which group does better on test scores? Which group spends more time in class and studying? While all of that may or may not equate to producing the most successful or competitive students in the world economy, those are two of the major factors that most people consider when assessing student competitiveness.