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The more efficient your teaching technique the better your students’ comprehension level. This is just one of the benefits of mind mapping and encouraging students to work together as they learn new things.
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If your resolution for 2013 was to be better organized, these 5 apps are recommended for you by the fine folks at Apple. They've assembled a sort of toolkit for teachers that aim to make you a better, more informed, and connected educator.
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These days there is another person who is learning in the room - me. With a new focus on authentic learning - and the push to incorporate technology - I am often 'learning' more than they are. So how do I record, for me, what is happening?
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We've been seeing a lot of Pinterest-inspired tools coming out in education technology over the past couple of months. They're all meant to better organize your digital world. But what if a tool came along that actually wants to intentionally clutter it?
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We're big fans of the newest educational social network on the block, Learnist. It's a highly intuitive social network just for learners. If you want to find a new way to understand something, say goodbye to Wikipedia and hello to Learnist, the "Pinterest For Education." But enough of the marketing nonsense. How do you actually use Learnist?
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What do you do when you have an elaborate project, assignment, or paper that needs to be quickly organized? Do you fire up Microsoft Word and whip up an outline? Do you pull out a pen and paper and start sketching? What if you could have the best of both options with a free online tool?
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If you've ever had trouble organizing your notes, lectures, resources, and other teaching tools... get ready for some help. Gooru is a free platform for both students and teachers that offers access to standards-based online resources in organized playlists.