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Well this is worth printing out and analyzing with your class. It's an in-depth (to say the least) look at the trends of Congress and how they respond to who is elected president. What could be more topical?
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Higher education is big business. If you every wondered how the top colleges and universities compare in terms of revenue, acceptance rates, tuition, expenditures, and more ... this data-heavy infographic is for you.
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If you've ever wondered about just how powerful the iPad is or what you can actually get out of an online school ... this one's for you. A new infographic details how and why you can get a college degree (or at least worthwhile education) right on your iPad.
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One of the more popular trends these days has been the influx of video games into education. They provide a user experience that's familiar to most students, interactive, and usually quite fun. So it's win-win, right? Not quite.
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From flipping your classroom to deploying digital textbooks, there's a lot of disruption happening in the classroom. We talk about these trends every day on Edudemic and hope that helps you stay on the so-called bleeding edge of education innovation.
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Okay, this has basically nothing to do with education and / or technology. But it's one of those visuals that I just love and couldn't resist sharing. I'm not even going to try and act like an infographic about how much James Bond would actually cost taxpayers plays any kind of role in edtech.
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We all know that the world is more connected now than it ever has been, and that will only grow as technology continues to develop. But just how connected are we?
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When I was in elementary school in the late 80's, we'd inevitably be dragged to the library a couple of times a year to learn about the Dewey Decimal system, how to find books of different types, and other things that...
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According to a recent study, not only does the US have a lower percentage of households with personal computers, but also offers slower bandwidth per user than countries such as Canada, Ireland, Sweden, Japan, and others. A new infographic from OEDB spells out exactly what it means to 'use the Internet effectively' and which countries are doing it best.
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There are few dull moments for school principals. From training teachers to having heart-to-heart talks with troubled students, principals are the people who keep schools running smoothly on a daily basis. Being the principal of a school is not a 9-to-3 job with summers off, however.
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How far we've come in such a relatively short time. In just a couple centuries, we've gone from... wait what? A couple centuries?
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Though special education is geared towards children with disabilities, the concept can give pause to those of us who are trying to conceptualize a rapidly evolving learning environment.
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Gaming, wikis, blogs, social media, interactive polls and QR codes: just some of the technologies that teachers are bringing into the classroom. The dizzying pace of tech evolutions offers some challenges as teachers and administrators race to keep up with the latest tools. The research discussed here shows the payoff for schools that become "friends" with educational gaming.
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This seems like a pretty easy question to answer, right? Who would really choose going to jail over going to school? Well, apparently it depends on what you're going for! If you based it solely on the number of dollars spent on you in each place, then you should pick jail. Really? Jail?