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11 Fun and Affordable Sensory Play Ideas for Teachers and Parents

Bouncy, Noisy, Squishy, and Yummy: 11 Fun and Affordable Sensory Play Ideas for Teachers and Parents Learning should never be boring, and the best teachers know how to make their lessons fun. This is one of the very reasons why teachers are embracing sensory play in their classrooms. Sensory play is full of fun and…
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Beginners Guide for Teachers to Teach the Art of Blogging

  Beginners Guide for Teachers to Teach the Art of Blogging It is refreshing to see how well respected the branch of student writing is becoming. As more educators see its benefit, they are embracing it and including it in their curriculum. In the early 2000’s, when I first started out blogging with my students,…
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Internet of Things: Is the new Game Changer for Education

Internet of Things: Is the new Game Changer for Education It is a common observation that (IOT) Internet of things will soon be called IOE internet of everything. It is also assumed in 2020 more than 50 billion people will get connected at the same time on the internet. Actually, it is also considered as…
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How to make an educational app ~ A guide to educational app creation

How to make an educational app ~ A guide to educational app creation Being the main source of information, the Internet has now reached that stage of its development, when only scrupulous, accurate approach to channels of this information can save the humanity from informational collapse. Almost anything people do, they now can do online. Smartphones…
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Five Easy Ways to Teach Your Students to Think Like a Coder

Five Easy Ways to Teach Your Students to Think Like a Coder Computer languages are the future, with programming skills growing 50% faster than the market overall and offering an excellent way for the workforce of the future to work a creative job that requires only an internet connection. Best of all, the basics of…
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Top 11 Resources for Students with Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities

Top 11 Resources for Students with Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities According to the information from the National Center of Education Statistics, the number of children receiving special education in 2014-2015 was around 13% of all public school students. In precise numbers, that’s 6.6 million students. This is a promising figure. It shows that more classrooms…
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SOCIAL MEDIA AND LITERACY

Social media skills millennials lack This is a cross-blog my Jennifer Casa-Todd originally posted on UOIT MEd I remember George Couros when he came to our District, asking the question, “If you don’t know what a hashtag is are you considered illiterate today?” I thought about that as I read a recent article by CEO of…
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