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These detention slips are real. They're also really funny. They should make you laugh, cry, and wonder what really happened in the classroom!The post 10 Detention Slips You Must See To Believe appeared first on Edudemic.
Getting the writing process started is difficult. Keeping it going is even harder. These online tools should help you out!The post 6 Online Tools That Will Help The Writing Process appeared first on Edudemic.
Interactive whiteboards are a great classroom tool. Many teachers use them to project and capture images - basically as a high tech, connected chalkboard. The post 8 Ways To Unlock The Power Of Your Interactive Whiteboard appeared first on Edudemic.
Reading is one of the major foundations of any student's studies. In any subject - including math - understanding how to read and being able to comprehend words on a page is a make or break in academics and in life more generally.The post How To Get Students To Love Reading appeared first on Edudemic.
I've got news for you. You don't need a billion apps in a one iPad classroom. You need just four and this is how (and why) you should try them out.The post The 4 Apps Needed To Run A One iPad Classroom appeared first on Edudemic.
BYOD continues to change the learning ecosystem, which includes administrators, teachers, faculty, students and school IT. The post 3 Keys To Making BYOD Work For Your Classroom appeared first on Edudemic.
Here is a useful list of more than two dozen (and growing) sites that let you easily create interesting quote images. These can be useful for presentations or project-based learning in just about any classroom.The post 25 Sites For Creating Interesting Quote Images appeared first on Edudemic.
How do you make the leap from admittedly passive Twitter newbie to 'active' participant? This post deals with some things to keep in mind as you work to get better at Twitter and grow your PLN.The post 5 Ways To Get Better At Twitter appeared first on Edudemic.
I was having a discussion recently with someone about trends in education, and the topic of augmented reality came up. Without re-hashing the entire conversation, it basically boiled down to this idea "Isn't augmented reality mostly something in the movies"?
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The demand is on for educators to provide more digital content that allows for the integration of technology, but where does the professional start? A great place to start would be a website aligned to Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy.The post The Analog Teacher’s Guide To Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy appeared first on Edudemic.
There are a lot of people out there looking to hire someone who knows how to code. These web resources should get you on your way!The post 10 Web Resources For Learning How To Code appeared first on Edudemic.
When does your country celebrate National Teacher's Day? If you know of a country that does but is not included, leave a message in the comments!The post A Look At National Teacher’s Day Around The World appeared first on Edudemic.
While there are a number of discussions happening around this topic - including those on funding for language classes, it is interesting to see what Americans attitudes about languages are. The post A Visual Guide To The Languages Of The World appeared first on Edudemic.
I was interested when I came across this detail of Generation Z which this particular infographic defines as folks who were born between 1995 and 2009. Keep reading to learn more about one of the youngest generations.The post The Complete Visual Guide To Generation Z appeared first on Edudemic.
Especially in the United States, and especially when we talk about higher education, high cost is consistently an issue. There are communities all over the world struggle to find the best way to educate their children at a reasonable price. The post It’s More Expensive To NOT Educate A Child appeared first on Edudemic.
This guide takes a stroll through the alphabet to familiarize you with the A-Z of edtech terminology and online learning trendsThe post The A to Z Guide To Top Online Learning Trends appeared first on Edudemic.
Digital Student Portfolios are becoming more important now than ever! Students are creating and remixing information like never before - and where is all that amazing work going? The post How (And Why) It’s Time To Create Digital Student Portfolios appeared first on Edudemic.
What has been confiscated from students over the years? These items are just a few of the examples of toys and other kid paraphernalia that Guy Tarrant has included in his collection.
The post The Many Things Confiscated From British School Children appeared first on Edudemic.
This grammar mind map breaks down basic English grammar into eight branches, and then breaks down each branch a bit further. The post Innovative Grammar Mind Map Is Perfect For Teaching English appeared first on Edudemic.
When we talk to teachers about what technology they're using in their classroom and what their favorite or most useful 'gadget' is, interactive whiteboards are on that list more often than not.The post The A-Z Guide To Interactive Whiteboards appeared first on Edudemic.
Students expect it at this point. Let's take a look at how to create some online collaborative spaces for students ready to learn.The post A Look At Creating Online Collaborative Spaces For Students appeared first on Edudemic.
How might stories emphasize scaffolding, the external supports that contribute to our learning and finding new paths? What lessons can be drawn about how to foster or support creative learning—in oneself and in others—through telling alternative kinds of stories?
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Picking the best online schools has traditionally been a bit more of a shot in the dark than choosing a traditional brick and mortar school, in which you can scope out the faculty, the campus, the course offerings, and figures like graduation and employment rates.The post The Future Of Online Education And The Best Online Schools appeared first on Edudemic.
As a technology teacher and facilitator, I am grateful for the opportunity to work with thoughtful students and adults who are eager to see improvement in students’ academic skills. Teachers, more than ever, are under the microscope from outside eyes.
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