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What are the chances of making 10 consecutive free throws? Sal Khan and LeBron James team up to respond.
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This is a fascinating study and infographic by the folks over at engineeringdegree.net. They drilled down into some recent studies to unearth some startling data. It focuses on the fact that studies have shown that girls are smarter than boys in many of the STEM subjects but most girls don't end up pursuing careers in those fields.
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Apple's latest announcements are making waves in the education world. This is because education seems to be finally starting to keep up with technology trends and becoming much better at adopting and implementing new tech into the classroom. It's a good thing.
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How can parents be sure that the resource they choose will benefit their child and help the child make a breakthrough in learning? This post details my journey as a parent to help my son make progress in math.
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Online education isn’t just about increasing the reach of education so anyone on the planet can benefit. Sure, it does that. But it’s a pedagogical dream as well. There are at least six reasons that online education should be seriously considered by teachers and education administrators right now.
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The iPad undoubtedly has a magical quality to it, but does it measurably impact student learning? One program in Riverside, California set to find out.
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I've tested, rated, tried out, and put tons of educational iPad apps through their paces. Some are worthwhile, some are not worth your time. That's why I was excited to read about a new study that attempted to figure out the actual effectiveness of iPad apps in learning.
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Did you just switch your clocks back one hour? Do you know why we all do that?
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If you're a math teacher, you're going to really enjoy this one.
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My wife stumbled across this fantastically obnoxious image that was sent by a clever / rude person by the name of Randall Patrick Munroe to Verizon. As you can see, he is a fan of math and also bothering huge companies.
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I'm a fan of both calculus and Bill Cosby. What do they have in common you ask? Not much. At least that's what I thought until I saw this.
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Can you guess what the 4 most demanded fields (by employers, schools, and generally everywhere) are in education? If you guessed 'science, technology, engineering and mathematics' then you're right! And I'm impressed you nailed them in that order.
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It's August and that means it's time to start writing up your lesson plans. If you're a math teacher (or teach math even a little bit) then you're in luck!
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If you've used Hulu, you know how to use Academic Earth. It's a website that features many, if not all, the lectures from Ivy League schools that are open source and available to anyone. The class lectures featured on...