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Top 5 Do’s & Don’ts of Teaching

By Webanywhere Teachers have the power to influence and shape the minds of their students and, as we know, with great power comes great responsibility. Adopting certain behaviors can make teaching effective and efficient, but it is also important to look at the things teachers should avoid doing to boost student learning and maintain discipline. Webanywhere…
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Five Writing Mistakes – You are Probably Making!

Grammarly is the world’s most accurate grammar checker National Grammar Day on March 4th, in celebration we bring you this infographic from Grammerly, feel FREE to share it with your students! Grammarly is trusted by students, professional writers, business people, bloggers, and people who just want to write better. No matter what your writing situation is, Grammarly adapts to your needs, giving you the…
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One Style Does Not Fit All: How Personality Differences Affect Learning

Source: Top10OnlineColleges.org Education is broken. School doesn’t work. The US is falling behind. ●    Literacy Rates: ○    2009: 1 in 3 students scored “below basic” on the NAEP Reading Test (National Assessment of Education Progress ■    49% of the students who scored “below basic” were from low-income families ■    more than 67% of all US…
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The Rising Power of MOOCs: Now, Everyone Can Learn at Harvard

Source: Top10OnlineColleges.org The Rising Power of MOOCs: Now, everyone can learn at Harvard (or Yale, or…) 3 years ago, MOOCs were an idea. Now…. 5 million: number of students signed on to MOOCs, around the world 33,000: the average number of students that sign up for a MOOC The Dream: MOOCs Can: • Offer Ivy…
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Economy and Education: How America is Falling Behind

   Economy and Education: How America is Falling Behind There is strong evidence that economic growth has been accompanied by growth in both spending and participation in schooling. Education of a Nation 1867: Federal Dept. of Education is formed 1870: First report by the new Education Department: • 7 million children enrolled in elementary school…
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How Google Is Changing Education

How Google is Changing Education “Education lies at the very core of our company’s mission, to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” — Page and Brin The founding fathers: Their education  Page grew up in East Lansing: parents were both computer experts • Graduate of East Lansing (Michigan) High School •…
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10 Things That Can Happen When You Give Your iPad to Your Kid

Author: Splash Math According to a recent Common Sense Media report, 63% of families earning more than $75,000 a year have tablets in their home. Given those numbers, it’s no wonder that there are some mishaps that can happen when you hand over your iPad to your children. Here are the top 10 things that can…
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Privacy and Security for Kids on Facebook

Source: BestComputerScienceSchools.net 1.26 — Number in billions of monthly active worldwide Facebook users  (as of  Oct 2013). 83 — Number in millions of fake profiles (worldwide; as of late Jun 2013). 7.5 — Approximate percentage of fake profiles (worldwide). 128 — Number in millions of daily active Facebook users (mid-Aug 2013) 6 3/4 hours —…
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