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Whether you're a student or teacher, it's important to love what you're learning. If you're a chemist, it's important to know about these ten reasons you should feel like a superhero for exploring the world of chemistry on a daily basis.
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To reflect on one's practice is only one step in continuous professional development. Without this step, however, teachers cannot improve their performance; they do not know what to improve without considering what happened in the past. One of the best ways to reflect is to write, so here are a few resources I can suggest to teachers who want - and need - to think and write about what they are doing in the classroom.
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Recently, MIT Education Arcade announced commission of a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) that would teach students content aligned to Common Core Math Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.
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Facebook in the classroom? What's Camtasia? What about a Quizlet? If you're looking to find new and exciting technology tools to add to your classroom, you're in luck! C4LPT has a terrific slideshare (embedded b...
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It's time for the annual mega-list of the best of the best tools for teachers. From A to Z, more than 900 resources were submitted and this is the final list. Do you know each of these tools?
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Call it Gym 2.0. Thanks to these 10 tech resources from guest author Vanessa Burke, physical education can be enhanced like never before.
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YouTube is more than just a cute cat video site. It's matured into one of the biggest resources for educational content ever.
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So it's your first month of teaching...ever. You've done alright so far. Haven't been fired or attacked (yet) and are slowly settling into a routine. But wait, your 'new teaching clothes' are quickly becoming repet...
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The future is here. If you're looking for ways to cut costs as either a student or teacher, why not consider digital textbooks? There's cheaper, easier to use, and a lot easier on the back. I remember my old L.L. Bean...
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If you use Gmail or Google Docs, this is pretty wonderful (and surprising) news. As the title of this post suggests, there are 10 new file formats that are going to help you share and view just about anything from Aut...
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The following is a guest post by Ann Levine, a friend of Edudemic and law school admission consultant. Be sure to check out her blog Get In: Law School and her past articles on Edudemic. I am proud to be a lawyer and...
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Podcasts are a fantastic way to gain new information from the Internet quickly and efficiently. With a huge variety of topics available, podcasts offer something for everybody. We've scoured the Internet and picked o...
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Remember the 8-Track? How about the Zack Morris phone? From MiniDisc to the Discman, technology has a short shelf life, both literally and figuratively. It's no secret that both students and teachers can communicate u...