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There are nearly a dozen big issues and questions being confronted this week at SXSWedu. From MOOCs to cloud-based learning, what are the answers?
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What does the classroom of the future actually look like? Here's a hint: it's your current classroom. There's just a harsh reality to face.
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Well here's an insanely detailed infographic to peruse. It's the history of education and details the past, present, and future.
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Figuring out the biggest edtech trends is a great first step. We've taken it many times. Figuring out how teachers actually feel or care about those particular trends is a whole other story. A new infographic sheds li...
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The Global Education and Skills Forum will bring government leaders and education leaders together to figure out the best ways to improve education.
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From using public telephones to calling movie theaters for showtimes, there are a few activities replaced by technology we still actually do.
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Colleges are changing. My college certainly is. So I humbly offer a few predictions for the future of liberal arts to you, the inquisitive Edudemic reader!
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So what's the future of libraries and what are they now doing to ensure they're relevant and useful for generations to come?
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For 2013, higher education and cloud computing has become someo of the most buzzed-about tech trends and solutions for schools around the globe.
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School safety, adequate preparation, and addressing misbehavior are just some of the key topics currently on the minds of educators around the world.
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How do schools in the two different countries leverage education technology? Who uses it for research more? Which country spends the most amount of time using edtech?
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What are your rights as a reader? First off, you have the right NOT to read. You also have the right to read out loud and the right to skip parts of the book. That's according to a fabulous book by Daniel Pennac.
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For mobile learning and teaching to be effective, teachers have to help students to use cell phones wisely. It is up to the teachers how to use cell phones as tools for learning.
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Tablets have brought easy video recording to classrooms around the world. So why not turn the camera on yourself and do some self-critiquing?