Category: For Students
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In this insightful essay, Annette Louise Brown examines how to build useful and powerful student-teacher relationships - and why it's beyond important.
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This is a great visual aid to spark discussions about political science, geology, physics, and more. The map of Pangea with modern political boundaries!
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Here are some quick and useful tips and methods that are simple but actually help make students better learners.
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It's never been easier to quickly and easily get your digital pen flowing. The following are powerful apps designed to help you create books on the iPad.
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Technology is everywhere for a good reason. It's useful. But what are some of the side effects of technology for students and everyone else?
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Here's an interesting perspective to take on technology in the classroom. A new report sheds some light on the people actually buying all that BYOD.
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Social media posts and videos are cropping up in academic publications more and more. This chart shows just how to cite social media with ease.
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I couldn't find a useful Android app to manage large numbers of devices. So I built my own and eduDroid is now available for free!
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A new infographic details where (and what) foreign students are studying in the US. It's a pretty detailed look.
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Since it's Friday, I thought this might be worth sharing. In today's Dilbert comic, Carol and Dilbert (if you're a regular reader, you know the characters) are chatting. She asks about the future career potential for her son and, well, it's not looking good.
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Be a daring teacher! Let every student experience the joy of creativity. Bring a breath of fresh air into your teaching.
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There's an iPad easel that's sure to bring your single iPad classroom or art class into a new era of creativity and innovative learning.
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If you're looking to start blogging, here are some insights from a teacher who started blogging and isn't looking back!
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Here's a question for you to consider: should teachers or students talk more? That's what an ESOL teacher wants the Edudemic community to answer!