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Some of the most popular tools that are revolutionizing the educational field and not only are the so called “collaborative learning tools”.
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Since it's Friday, I thought this might be worth sharing. In today's Dilbert comic, Carol and Dilbert (if you're a regular reader, you know the characters) are chatting. She asks about the future career potential for her son and, well, it's not looking good.
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I shared a fun image on the Edudemic Facebook page yesterday and it seems to have resonated with more than a few folks. It details why teaching is a unique profession, why it's totally different from other jobs, and how.
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We want to show everyone a variety of teachers who are using education technology to enhance their students' learning experience.
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This quote gets me thinking that anyone is capable of anything. It brings to mind the purpose and goal of education at its core. I just love it.
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There are some quick and easy ways to become a better online learner. Whether you're taking a class or just researching, here are the DOs and DON'Ts.
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In a recent post on Edudemic, a student commented about the problem of having iPads in school - and how they feel about it.
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Bringing your PowerPoint presentations online is the final step that many of us forget to do. It lets your hard work get noticed by even more people, too!
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If you're learning a language or trying to organize your learning, check out this second grader sharing how she uses Evernote for fluency and organization.
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Using Skype in the classroom shouldn't be a daunting task. In fact, it's a simple and effective education tool that not enough students get to try out!
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No doubt you have already have a classroom website or will be required to create one in the very near future. Here are some best practices and tools to help.
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I remember when I first figured out the "power of the pair". I had walked onto our school library and the noise was way above what I would expect.