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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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Forty five states plus Washington DC and four territories have adopted the Common Core Standards. While standardized teaching and benchmarking aren't always favorite items on teachers' lists, it would seem that they're here for at least awhile.
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There's a group of colleges that see huge investment in startups founded by graduates. So which schools graduate the most entrepreneurs?
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Learnist and Edudemic have teamed up to bring you some useful resources for motivating students, encouraging discussion, and more!
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Figuring out the next generation model of education isn't as hard as you'd think. Interactive learning and making are already here.
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The basic idea behind online learning is simple: enable more people to learn for less money. What does this mean for you, the avid student?
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We live in a digital culture where finding and sharing information is nearly effortless. When information is so easily accessible, it can be easy to blur the lines between 'doing research' online, and plagiarizing the information and passing it off as your own work.
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The modern definition of learning, school, and college is an evolving mix of education and technology jargon. So what does that mean for high school students wondering about their college readiness?