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The advancement of touch technology has led to even more interactive learning but to what end? Here's a closer look at what's happening.
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What is the next device most students will soon purchase? How many schools have a digital strategy? Find out in the current state of technology in K-12.
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The world is filled with people. But what if it wasn't? What if the world were comprised of just 100 people? Where would they live? What would they do?
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This is a nifty idea that never dawned on me. How many Internet users are in your time zone? A fun infographic shows exactly that.
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What are some of the biggest trends in teaching right now? Did you know most teachers are white, female, and that most leave for personal reasons?
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If you've been wondering about some of the general statistics about the current state of teaching (like how many teachers work on Sundays), then this visualization is just what you need.
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So you like to browse the web. Do you know how we used the Internet in 2012? Do you know how many people in China use the web? You will!
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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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It's World Teachers' Day tomorrow and that means teachers around the globe should be honored and shown the respect they truly deserve. But in this truly connected age, there should also be a big emphasis on the world part of World Teachers' Day. Take the day as an opportunity to grow your PLN, share your insight on Twitter, or simply connect with a teacher anywhere you are.
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Are you looking to teach your students about how the world has expanded in the past few decades? Do you need some mind-boggling statistics that will likely blow your (and your students') mind?
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Should teachers be spending upwards of $3 billion of their own money on school supplies? According to the U.S. Census, that's how much teachers in the U.S. spend every year. That works out to about $480 a year.
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The results are in. And they're depressing. The current state of math textbooks is downright terrifying but somehow not surprising. That's according to a new report by ClassroomWindow.