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Are students addicted to their phones? We don't need a study to know they are. But why? What is the biggest reason they can't put their phones down? We now know the answer(s) thanks to Answer Underground.
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You probably saw the title of this post and thought 'okay there's no friggin' way he's going to assemble a list of the best 50,000 education apps. But thanks to a partnership between Edudemic and FindTheBest, we've done just that. We've been working hard behind the scenes to build a robust directory of, as of this writing, about 56,000 education apps.
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At WWDC2012, Apple announced some significant revisions to their mobile operating system iOS. Here are 10 ways it got better.
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What if you could turn your Twitter stream into a non-stop 24-7 audio book? It would be like having your own radio station except it's filled with the exact words that your friends and colleagues are tweeting.
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Even if the prospect of drawing terrifies you to the point of hating pencils and crayons, there's hope. A new app turns your crappy drawing skills into a social game that could be a big help in the classroom.
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Do you enjoy a good pun? What about 60 rapid-fire puns? All done via text message? Hopefully you just answered by standing up and shouting 'I LOVE PUNS!' because this one's for you. Okay, time to sit down. I'll wait.
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Thanks to Vito Technology, creating astronomy lessons at home or in the classroom just got easy.
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I'm a fan of Apple. I'm also a fan of Google. Some might call me crazy, but I like both companies and enjoy their separate mobile OSs. However, as an iPhone owner, I regularly find myself drawn to news and infographic...
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I work in a department that makes accommodations for students. That doesn't mean hotel reservations or making their bed. It means helping students succeed in the classroom despite any mental or physical problem they m...
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From over-sharing to sexting, sharing information is a minefield for students and teachers. Here are a few ways teachers can help keep students safe online.
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Steve Jobs had many unfinished projects. One of which was to completely overhaul the textbook industry.
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I am a fan of the iPad. I'm a fan of putting more of them in classrooms. So let's say, hypothetically speaking, a classroom was lucky enough to get 10 (or more ) iPads? How do you keep them all organized, synced, and ...
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iOS 5 is packed with features that have made headlines around the world. But what about the amazing new tools that let users with special needs finally use an iOS device like never before?
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Consider this infographic a primer to get you ready for the upcoming release of the authorized biography of Steve Jobs.
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While I don't think technology can replace education (it should be another part of the educational toolbox, in my opinion), the increasing ability of technology can't be ignored. When will students become more reliant on technology and less on teachers?