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Let Students Get In The Game

Technology Drives Student Participation This author builds a strong case for the use of apprenticeships--or learning through observation and doing—as a better means of engaging students to build

  • November 17, 2016|
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Personalized Learning From Students’ Perspectives

What Students Want From Digital Learning While the results of a recent Hanover Research survey conducted for McGraw-Hill Education shows some definite positive impacts of technology on post-seco

  • November 17, 2016|
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Teaching Without Telling

Learning to Teach Without Telling Telling isn't the same as teaching as this teacher has learned. Her experiences in stepping to the back of the room and providing an environment for students to ex

  • November 16, 2016|
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A Peek Into Minecraft Education Edition

Minecraft Education Edition About to Launch As this educator's recent experiences at MINECON 2016, the annual Minecraft convention, demonstrate, kids don't really need adult intervention--or instru

  • November 16, 2016|
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14 Best Practices for Online Teaching

Resources for Building Skills in Online Instruction Widespread access to online learning resources has not replaced traditional instruction, and probably never will. But, more and more teachers are

  • November 15, 2016|
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Building Computers In The Classroom

Should Students Understand How to Build Computers? Coding is cool, but even cooler is building computers from scratch. As far back as 1998, some schools have been teaching students to build, mainta

  • November 15, 2016|
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The Best Online Colleges Of 2016

Best Practices in Online Degree Programming Online learning no longer carries quite the stigma it did in the past thanks, in large part, to the growing number of traditional colleges offering onli

  • November 14, 2016|
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The Role Of Coding In STEM

Is It Time for More Conversations on Coding? There are conversations about coding and there are conversations about STEM--both prevalent in education circles these days. But, does coding have a l

  • November 10, 2016|
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A+ Teachers Or Grade Inflation?

More Rigor for Education Majors? Grade inflation doesn't just affect students--it can affect (future) teachers as well according to former education secretary Arne Duncan. While Duncan’s comments

  • November 09, 2016|
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From Special Ed To Ed Tech

Nothing New—But Technology—In Personalized Learning Did you know: personalized learning had its roots in special education more than four decades ago, long before technology was a driver. What

  • November 09, 2016|
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