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You may have noticed Edudemic just got a fresh coat of proverbial paint a couple days ago. While it's usually not a good idea to switch up a site's design too frequently, some updates are usually a good idea. The g...
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Blogging is a great way to promote reflective writing in class. The best way to get started is to jump in and try it out, and this list should provide some pointers to get you started.
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Rather than venture into the world of Wordpress alone, Edudemic is here. Below is a 'how to' guide written for real people. You don't need to know the lingo of Wordpress before reading this. The only you thing you need to know is how to click a mouse.
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This is part of a series of ‘Best of 2011‘ posts where we share some of the best education-related materials of the past year. Be sure to check back on a regular basis as we’ve got some pretty exciting stuff coming so...
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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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If you're an education blogger using Wordpress, Dell has a pretty sweet new tool for you. It's a widget that displays a curated list of your favorite education blogs and websites. <shameless plug> We at Edudemic...
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On the surface, setting up a blog is simple. While it's really not complex no matter how you view it, there can be small hangups and confusing steps that leave you uncertain how to proceed. Good thing you've got Edudemic.
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It's super easy to start your own blog. That's a good thing. It means teachers with little time (isn't that every teacher?!) or technical know-how can actually have a stellar blog. These 40+ new blogs are incredible additions to any RSS reader.
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Read up on any new millionaire or billionaire and it seems they have the same story: come up with a good idea, drop out of school to develop it, cash in. It seems that innovators all have had to drop out of college (or high school) in order to have the time to make their dreams a reality.
Why is that? Isn't school supposed to be a nurturing atmosphere that allows for innovative people to flourish?
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Ever wanted to build your own online school? A new Wordpress plugin called Sensei by WooThemes might be a good place to start.
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Google is taking the rollout of Google+ very seriously. Rather than see another Google Buzz fail, they're pulling out all the stops. Literally.
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Teachers, administrators, countrymen! There is big news afoot from Google today that will allow anyone to create a beautiful, easy-to-use, and (most importantly) free website. If you're using or know of Google's 'Blog...
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When teachers, parents, or students want to blog, they typically have to sign up for a service on Tumblr, Wordpress, or another content publishing service. This is usually a fairly easy process but once you start writ...
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A new feature we're unveiling at the Geek Guidebook is the 'Best Of' series. In it we will be showcasing some of the best people, companies, and ideas in the geek world. First on our list is something very dear to our...
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Blogging is a digital skill that every teacher and student should have. Its a great way to expand upon and share the learning that is happening both in and out of the classroom, and to engage students in ongoing discussion on the subjects that they're learning about.