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The value of education is not what you think THE VALUE OF EDUCATION IS NOT WHAT YOU THINK

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Jul 22, 2019

What is education actually for? What is its value? These may seem like silly questions with obvious answers. But the country is in the midst of a crisis that calls the "obvious" answers into question. We've saddled Americans with an intolerable $1.5 trillion student debt load, but it h...

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VR for Education Market to Grow all Time High with Top Key Players- Woofbert, Zspace VR FOR EDUCATION MARKET TO GROW ALL TIME HIGH WITH TOP KEY PLAYERS- WOOFBERT, ZSPACE

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Jul 22, 2019

Virtual reality (VR) for education is an experience taking place within simulated and immersive environments that can be similar to or completely different from the real world in education filed. Latest Research Report on Global VR for Education Market Added by Garner Insights which covers Market Ov...

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Could Adaptive Tech Offer Bridge to STEM Success? COULD ADAPTIVE TECH OFFER BRIDGE TO STEM SUCCESS?

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Jul 22, 2019

A new report from STEMconnector, a professional services firm that focuses on increasing the number of "STEM-ready" workers in the global talent pool, suggests that adaptive learning systems could help underrepresented populations gain traction in STEM education. According to "The Stu...

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Transforming Professional Learning With Micro-credentials TRANSFORMING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING WITH MICRO-CREDENTIALS

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Jul 21, 2019

As a lifelong educator, my professional learning experiences have run the gamut from self-study to week-long intensive institutes. These experiences have increased my knowledge, but few bridged the gap by impacting my instructional practice. The distinction between an impact on knowledge and practic...

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Top 6 eLearning Trends Of 2019 TOP 6 ELEARNING TRENDS OF 2019

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Jul 19, 2019

2019, so far, has seen eLearning getting bigger and better. It seems there is no stopping the industry—we are being creative and innovative like never before. So, what has happened so far, and where do we see eLearning heading for the rest of the year? More and more organisations are using mic...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF EMOTIONS IN LEARNING THE IMPORTANCE OF EMOTIONS IN LEARNING

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Jul 19, 2019

We are designed to connect with one another, but often this connection for the student who enters our classes has been damaged or broken. When a caring teacher communicates to a student “I can’t change what has happened to you, but I can walk your journey with you and I won’t leave...

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THE NARRATIVE THAT TODAY’S TEACHERS OPPOSE EDUCATION REFORM NEEDS TO STOP THE NARRATIVE THAT TODAY’S TEACHERS OPPOSE EDUCATION REFORM NEEDS TO STOP

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Jul 19, 2019

There is a troubling narrative that is circulating concerning teachers and education reform. This narrative asserts that a vast majority of teachers across the U.S. are opposed to education reform. This could not be further from the truth. We welcome well thought out reforms that help us to educate ...

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The Power Of Making EdTech Products Work Together THE POWER OF MAKING EDTECH PRODUCTS WORK TOGETHER

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Jul 18, 2019

In an increasingly tech-savvy world, few things are more frustrating than incompatibility—like when your new TV won’t work with your old, supposedly universal, remote control. If you’ve ever cursed why on Earth would any company would make a new cell phone that does not work with e...

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Why is education in the US in decline WHY IS EDUCATION IN THE US IN DECLINE

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Jul 18, 2019

For many years, the United States has won the admiration of other countries in the world for many reasons, one of which is their excellent educational system, which they have been able to maintain for decades, until recently, when there seems to be a change in the storyline. Little wonder why it bec...

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How to Leverage Mainstream Technology to Boost Special Education HOW TO LEVERAGE MAINSTREAM TECHNOLOGY TO BOOST SPECIAL EDUCATION

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Jul 18, 2019

Federal laws such as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), as well as state allocations and local funding, give schools access to resources to support students with special needs. But while funding opportunities exist, they are limited, which means schools must allocate what money ...

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5 Key elements of personalized learning 5 KEY ELEMENTS OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING

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Jul 18, 2019

Along with concepts like blended learning, adaptive learning and virtual learning, the need to focus on the main character in the learning process came about. This is how personalized learning became the key to every new approach to learning and teaching. Personalized learning is created for all stu...

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Igniting imaginations and putting VR in the hands of students with Kai Frazier IGNITING IMAGINATIONS AND PUTTING VR IN THE HANDS OF STUDENTS WITH KAI FRAZIER

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Jul 17, 2019

When you were in school, you may have gone on a trip to the museum, but you probably never stood next to an erupting volcano, watching molten lava pouring down its sides. As Virtual Reality (VR) grows, learning by going into the educational experience could be the way children will learn — usi...

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Mobile Learning: Advantages And Disadvantages MOBILE LEARNING: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES

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Jul 17, 2019

Mobile learning is very prevalent in the current scenario. Mobile learning is also known as mLearning and is a new way to get access to a variety of content available online through the use of a mobile. Mobile learning is the easiest way for students to get help. Many schools and colleges are suppor...

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E–Rate Updates Free Up Resources for New Classroom Technology Projects E–RATE UPDATES FREE UP RESOURCES FOR NEW CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS

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Jul 16, 2019

Recent updates to E-rate, which put more focus on funding high-speed internet and network protection tools, have helped K–12 schools reallocate resources to improve other focus areas. K–12 schools now have much more flexibility to fund projects, thanks to the Federal Communications Commi...

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FINDING THE RIGHT ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR YOUR CLASSROOM FINDING THE RIGHT ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR YOUR CLASSROOM

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Jul 16, 2019

As with the selection of any edtech tool, it is important not to get carried away with the technology and to forget about how the tool will support teaching and learning in the classroom. Here are some questions to consider when choosing edtech assessment tools for your classroom. This question can ...

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WHY ARE SOME COUNTRIES SLOW TO ADOPT DIGITAL LEARNING? WHY ARE SOME COUNTRIES SLOW TO ADOPT DIGITAL LEARNING?

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Jul 16, 2019

In terms of dollars invested, the leaders in edtech adoption are the United States and China, with Western Europe and many countries in Asia close behind. In 2018, the United States invested close to $2 billion in edtech and China made an investment of more than $3 billion. Investment in Europe was ...

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Degree education will give way to continuous learning DEGREE EDUCATION WILL GIVE WAY TO CONTINUOUS LEARNING

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Jul 15, 2019

Degree education will undergo a transformation. It is only a matter of time. Full-time programmes will fade out, giving way to continuous learning. Here is why degree education will be disrupted and what educators should do to create meaningful learning opportunities. The first issue is relevance. I...

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Looking for Ways to Improve Data Privacy in Schools? Start Here LOOKING FOR WAYS TO IMPROVE DATA PRIVACY IN SCHOOLS? START HERE

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Jul 15, 2019

The rapid deployment of educational technology, paired with an increase in the number of states passing data privacy laws, leaves many district administrators and technology leaders with a daunting question about protecting student and staff information: Where do we start? It can be tough to determi...

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SailPoint Levels-Up their ABM Strategy with Intent Data SAILPOINT LEVELS-UP THEIR ABM STRATEGY WITH INTENT DATA

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Jul 15, 2019

The buyer’s journey has changed in a way which leaves many sales and marketing teams struggling to find insight from within what we call the Dark Funnel. However, many technology companies are starting to build solutions to address the radical new way customers engage and buy today by collecti...

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Duo Security Sets BDRs up for Success with 6sense DUO SECURITY SETS BDRS UP FOR SUCCESS WITH 6SENSE

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Jul 15, 2019

The role of a Business Development Rep can be a daunting one. Knowing where to prioritize when you have over 1,000 accounts and knowing what content to reach out to them and engage them with can be an impossible task. But if you have the right intent data that can show you where the account is in th...

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Promoting a School-to-Home Community PROMOTING A SCHOOL-TO-HOME COMMUNITY

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Jul 14, 2019

One area that educators might reflect on over the summer is how to foster a better connection between home and school. There are so many tasks that we have to do on a daily basis and without a doubt, our primary responsibility is to provide the best learning experience and support for all of our stu...

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WHY HASN’T ONLINE LEARNING MADE HIGHER EDUCATION MORE AFFORDABLE? WHY HASN’T ONLINE LEARNING MADE HIGHER EDUCATION MORE AFFORDABLE?

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Jul 13, 2019

The benefits of online higher education programs have been touted since they started to become widely available about more than a decade ago. There are no buildings to maintain and there is less staff required. These were two of the arguments given as to why online education would be much cheaper th...

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How Can We Advocate for Learners in the Virtual Classroom? HOW CAN WE ADVOCATE FOR LEARNERS IN THE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM?

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Jul 11, 2019

But one question often gets overlooked: How can the instructional team advocate for virtual learners? Just like teaching in the traditional face-to-face classroom, instructors should focus not only on delivering content, but also personalizing that delivery. However, in the virtual classroom, doing ...

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Here Are The Best Educational Apps For Your Children HERE ARE THE BEST EDUCATIONAL APPS FOR YOUR CHILDREN

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Jul 11, 2019

Digitization has grazed almost every sector, be it job, business, banking or education. Yes, today education is not limited to the classroom boundary. It has come all the way down to your mobile phones. Nowadays there are ‘n’ number of apps working on the internet that make education sim...

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Robot Assisted Learning: The Future Ahead ROBOT ASSISTED LEARNING: THE FUTURE AHEAD

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Jul 10, 2019

As the computer sparked revolutionary changes in learning environments, it is likely that robots will also bring changes in education. It is important to understand various approaches from the perspective of pedagogy and student learning. Educational utilisation of robotics has seen a considerable w...

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3 Ways to Overcome High Student-Teacher Ratios and Improve Personalized Learning 3 WAYS TO OVERCOME HIGH STUDENT-TEACHER RATIOS AND IMPROVE PERSONALIZED LEARNING

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Jul 10, 2019

According to the most recent data, student-teacher ratios in public schools currently average 16 to 1 with some states as high as 24 to 1 — meaning regularly adjusting lessons on an individual basis is, for most teachers, aspirational at best.  Here are three ways schools can overcome the...

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How to Engage All Students in STEM HOW TO ENGAGE ALL STUDENTS IN STEM

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Jul 09, 2019

Early in their school careers, students see STEM pathways as desirable but then change their minds: 60percent of high school students who start out interested in STEM careers lose interest by their senior year. And too many of those who are interested do not have the skills that are needed: A study ...

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Are 3D virtual classrooms the future of radiology education? ARE 3D VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS THE FUTURE OF RADIOLOGY EDUCATION?

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Jul 09, 2019

Can a virtual world instill the same level of knowledge in radiology students as a traditional face-to-face classroom approach? Researchers of a new study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology think so. “A virtual world is a 3D space reproduced on the screen of a computer, where t...

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The need for inclusive education: Every child has different needs THE NEED FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: EVERY CHILD HAS DIFFERENT NEEDS

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Jul 09, 2019

Inclusive education needs to look at boundaries in personalities and temperaments, in motor and verbal skills that are more implicit and not a disorder but a need nonetheless. Taking initiative, performance in extracurricular activities and even in academic has a lot to do with these early associati...

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An AI Teaching Assistant Helped Students Online and No One Knew The Difference AN AI TEACHING ASSISTANT HELPED STUDENTS ONLINE AND NO ONE KNEW THE DIFFERENCE

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Jul 08, 2019

During the first few weeks in January, Jill really struggled. This was Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence, after all, a course with the goal to “build AI agents capable of human-level intelligence and gain insights into human cognition.” It was also a requirement for graduate studen...

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Why Sales Leaders Need to Digitally Transform Their Teams WHY SALES LEADERS NEED TO DIGITALLY TRANSFORM THEIR TEAMS

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Jul 08, 2019

Three key trends are driving the need for sales leaders to digitally transform their organizations. First, b-to-b buyers are conducting more of their purchase journey in the digital arena and demanding the same kind of frictionless and seamless customer experience they enjoy as consumers. Second, th...

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The Most Important Metric for Sales Leaders in Subscription Businesses to Track and Use to Drive Revenue Growth THE MOST IMPORTANT METRIC FOR SALES LEADERS IN SUBSCRIPTION BUSINESSES TO TRACK AND USE TO DRIVE REVENUE GROWTH

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Jul 08, 2019

Subscription businesses that charge customers monthly for using their offerings are expanding rapidly in response to consumers’ and b-to-b buyers’ desire to try a product and walk away easily if they’re not achieving the expected value. However, the subscription-based business mode...

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STATES WITH THE BEST PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEMS STATES WITH THE BEST PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEMS

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Jul 07, 2019

Not many issues can compare with the state of the public school system. A system that impacts the development of the nation’s future contributors and educators. Although some areas still suffer from a neglected school system, many have begun to see improvements and have exemplified their syste...

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4 Ways A Mobile Learning Platform Can Help You Achieve Stellar Customer Satisfaction Scores 4 WAYS A MOBILE LEARNING PLATFORM CAN HELP YOU ACHIEVE STELLAR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SCORES

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Jul 04, 2019

Picture the stereotypical household. A kid falls and scrapes his or her knee. One parent disinfects the wound and sends the kid back out to play while the other cleans the wound with plain water and kisses it ‘all better’. The trick to being an amazing customer service employee is knowin...

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7 digital portfolio guidelines for outstanding learning performance 7 DIGITAL PORTFOLIO GUIDELINES FOR OUTSTANDING LEARNING PERFORMANCE

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Jul 04, 2019

More and more schools strive to move away from standardized educational models in favor of student-centered approaches. It is no secret that teachers also need better ways to evaluate student learning, including qualitative assessment methods. Portfolios have been around for quite some time. They ar...

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When Virtual Reality Meets Education WHEN VIRTUAL REALITY MEETS EDUCATION

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Jul 03, 2019

Kids memorize stuff they see more than they listen to. This is a basic and significant point on which the advanced computerized world has taken schooling to an entirely different variety. Almost all the top institutions have embraced the new educating process i.e. VR ways. Computerized tutoring has ...

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STATION IDEAS YOU’LL WANT FOR YOUR STEM CLASSROOM STATION IDEAS YOU’LL WANT FOR YOUR STEM CLASSROOM

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Jul 02, 2019

They seem to have a sixth sense about how to design and implement STEM classroom learning centers. These teachers are brilliant when it comes to thinking up centers that their students can’t wait to use. Learners are actively involved in explorations that spark curiosity, and the excitement of...

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How teachers can learn from artificial intelligence HOW TEACHERS CAN LEARN FROM ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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Jul 02, 2019

The media has written extensively about artificial intelligence (AI), fretting about how it will replace humans in almost every job and be the demise of human civilization. But on a more positive note, we have gained a lot from machines and “AI-augmented” humans, from sensors to prosthet...

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RoundGlass College Wellbeing: Supporting Healthy Minds ROUNDGLASS COLLEGE WELLBEING: SUPPORTING HEALTHY MINDS

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Jul 01, 2019

Colleges are focusing more on academic development nowadays. There is a need to have holistic development, mental health being at the helm of the same. Many colleges are seeing the need and trying to provide facilities for this but the dearth of professionals poses a significant challenge. Youth has...

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CREATE ALEXA SKILLS BLUEPRINTS THAT MINIMIZE YOUR CLASSROOM WORK CREATE ALEXA SKILLS BLUEPRINTS THAT MINIMIZE YOUR CLASSROOM WORK

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Jul 01, 2019

How many times have you tried to multi-task in your classroom while wishing you had an assistant to help you with all the little things? It’s not that you can’t do them yourself; you’re already doing everything else. For the price of a dinner for two, you can have an Alexa Dot in y...

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Does College Still Pay? Seven New Rules for Making a Good College Choice DOES COLLEGE STILL PAY? SEVEN NEW RULES FOR MAKING A GOOD COLLEGE CHOICE

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Jul 01, 2019

On average, a college degree still offers a wage premium says a new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. But those averages hide a ugly story of inflated costs, diminishing returns and a widespread worst case scenario—debt with no degree. Dizzying choices are making things worse: t...

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Why Is FERPA Compliance Training Important? WHY IS FERPA COMPLIANCE TRAINING IMPORTANT?

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Jun 30, 2019

FERPA applies to the student education records of any educational institution or agency that receives federal funds administered by the Department of Education. It retroactively encompasses the admission records of students who apply once they become students and attend classes at a federally-funded...

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Tips for Successfully Implementing SEL TIPS FOR SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTING SEL

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Jun 30, 2019

Social and emotional learning (“SEL”) is a practice and a way of educating that is being incorporated into more and more schools. The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotion Learning (CASEL) defines SEL as “the process through which children and adults understand and manage ...

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Take Students on Virtual Field Trips Using These Tools TAKE STUDENTS ON VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS USING THESE TOOLS

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Jun 28, 2019

One of the important ways teachers can use technology in their classrooms (as featured in 10 important was to integrate technology in class poster) is to leverage the potential of virtual reality for educational purposes. There are several web tools and mobile apps teachers can use to take students ...

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Esports Can Increase STEM Equity in Higher Education ESPORTS CAN INCREASE STEM EQUITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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Jun 27, 2019

Some experts speculate that esports could be a powerful way for universities to invigorate science, technology, engineering and math program enrollments, narrowing the racial and gender gaps persisting in STEM education. According to recent data from the American Council on Education, African Americ...

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WHAT TEACHERS MUST KNOW ABOUT THE NEUROSCIENCE OF EDTECH LEARNING WHAT TEACHERS MUST KNOW ABOUT THE NEUROSCIENCE OF EDTECH LEARNING

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Jun 27, 2019

Neuroscience is changing the pedagogy of education, and it’s about time. Schools have long been ready to embrace scientific theory and research. Everything educators incorporate in their instruction today must first consider whether it aligns with the neuroscience of learning. What we bring in...

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A MAJOR NEW STUDY CONFIRMS THE ACADEMIC BENEFITS OF MUSIC EDUCATION A MAJOR NEW STUDY CONFIRMS THE ACADEMIC BENEFITS OF MUSIC EDUCATION

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Jun 26, 2019

Clearly, the notion that music education is an expendable frill has yet to die, even as the research showing a link between musical training and academic achievement keeps getting stronger. In February, that association was demonstrated in a rigorous study of 30,000 Miami middle-schoolers. Now it ha...

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SO MUCH MONEY IS BEING INVESTED IN EDTECH, BUT HAS THIS POSITIVELY AFFECTED STUDENT OUTCOMES? SO MUCH MONEY IS BEING INVESTED IN EDTECH, BUT HAS THIS POSITIVELY AFFECTED STUDENT OUTCOMES?

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Jun 26, 2019

According to Techcrunch, global investors invested $8.15 billion in Edtech companies in the first ten months of 2017. You would think that with so much money invested, Edtech would have proven itself by now. Yet, many Edtech startups fail and schools and educators hesitate to take the plunge. So the...

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Google Beefs up Classroom, Begins Certifying Students GOOGLE BEEFS UP CLASSROOM, BEGINS CERTIFYING STUDENTS

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Jun 26, 2019

Google for Education has a mission to help improve learning outcomes for students around the world. During the announcement webinar, Jonathan Rochelle who developed Google Docs and is the Director of Product Management for G Suite for Education said “starting in 2006, we began to recognize the...

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Virtual Classroom Management Can Maximize Learning VIRTUAL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT CAN MAXIMIZE LEARNING

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Jun 25, 2019

The virtual part of the virtual classroom might be described as being shorthand for “virtually anything.” The power of digital communication, with its cloud computing, webcams, digital whiteboards, and multimedia streaming means that online learning spaces can take on whatever shape is b...

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Examining the Role of Education Technology EXAMINING THE ROLE OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

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Jun 25, 2019

Technology can be a powerful tool for transforming learning. It can help affirm and advance relationships between educators and students, and reinvent our approaches to learning & collaboration. Everyone learns best by doing. You first learn to read by attempting reading. You learn to drive by s...

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The impact of increased VR use in K-12 education THE IMPACT OF INCREASED VR USE IN K-12 EDUCATION

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Jun 25, 2019

As the use of digital technology expands across the K-12 spectrum, newer tools like virtual reality (VR) are creating quite an impact. A slew of ed-tech companies have introduced VR apps that can transform the way we teach and learn by bringing vivid experiences to the classroom, which can attract a...

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How To Enhance The Impact Of Your Mobile Learning Strategy In 2019 HOW TO ENHANCE THE IMPACT OF YOUR MOBILE LEARNING STRATEGY IN 2019

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Jun 25, 2019

Mobile learning is the training that is available to learners on their mobile devices. It can be consumed on the go, and it gives them the flexibility to learn anytime, anywhere, and at their own pace. Access to learning assets is not limited to smartphones. Instead, it features “multi-device&...

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How E-learning Could Help You in a Career Change HOW E-LEARNING COULD HELP YOU IN A CAREER CHANGE

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Jun 24, 2019

In the past, landing a secure job with a guaranteed pension was regarded as the ultimate career highlight. Relatively, people have now become more comfortable with experimenting and stepping out of their comfort zones. Today, if people’s aspirations do not align with their job profiles, they n...

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Teaching Empathy In An Online Class TEACHING EMPATHY IN AN ONLINE CLASS

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Jun 24, 2019

In the world of education, we are confronting antiquated concepts of empathy and redefining it as a pre-requisite to mastering the 21st-century skills. While empathy has often been viewed as an attribute of someone’s personality, it is actually a skill; one that can and should be taught. Danie...

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Building the Future of the Classroom with Google for Education BUILDING THE FUTURE OF THE CLASSROOM WITH GOOGLE FOR EDUCATION

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Jun 24, 2019

In order to build technology helps students learn, we try to imagine where the future of education is going. The recent Future of the Classroom Global Report identifies emerging trends in education, backed by research. Here’s how our products and initiatives line up with each of those trends: ...

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How to Optimize Your Conversion Funnel, from ToFu to BoFu HOW TO OPTIMIZE YOUR CONVERSION FUNNEL, FROM TOFU TO BOFU

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Jun 24, 2019

No matter who your customer is or what you’re selling, it’s more likely than not that your customer will have to go through several steps before choosing to buy your product or service. Think about your own shopping habits: you don’t just buy the first thing you see. The first thin...

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21 Ways to Triple Your B2B E-Commerce Conversions 21 WAYS TO TRIPLE YOUR B2B E-COMMERCE CONVERSIONS

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Jun 24, 2019

It takes thoughtful work to scale an e-commerce store. I’m sure you’ve had a few growing pains of your own getting to the point where you are today. However, you’re reading this because you may not be content with where your conversions are at this precise moment. You may not even ...

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Could the Breadcrumb Technique Help Boost Your Landing Page Conversions? COULD THE BREADCRUMB TECHNIQUE HELP BOOST YOUR LANDING PAGE CONVERSIONS?

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Jun 24, 2019

We’ve all heard the term “less is more”. And we’ve been told this applies for landing pages too. I.e. your forms should be short and only ask for only the bare minimum of required information if you want to convert. As an example, one of the main questions someone typically h...

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27-year-old Search Marketing CEO Lands 13-stop U.S. Speaking Tour 27-YEAR-OLD SEARCH MARKETING CEO LANDS 13-STOP U.S. SPEAKING TOUR

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Jun 23, 2019

Digital Summit, the largest conference series in the digital marketing industry, has invited Mehrguth to share his unique presentation, 5 Data-Validated Tactics to Increase the Experienced Marketer’s Qualified Lead Volume (…and 3 Tactics Guaranteed to Fail) with their audiences across t...

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Three Big Questions on Artificial Intelligence and Schools THREE BIG QUESTIONS ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SCHOOLS

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Jun 23, 2019

Artificial Intelligence is changing banking, health, business, and the military. But so far, it has been slow to go big in K-12 education, said Scott Garrigan, a professor at Lehigh University at a session at the International Society for Technology in Education's annual conference here. But tha...

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MAKING BLENDED LEARNING WORK IN YOUR CLASSROOM MAKING BLENDED LEARNING WORK IN YOUR CLASSROOM

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Jun 21, 2019

Blended classrooms are on the rise. You’ll know you are witnessing one of the most promising instructional initiatives if you see a scenario like this: Upon walking into the classroom, you look around for the teacher. She’s not at the traditional location at the front of the room. The st...

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APPLICATIONS OF AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY IN EDUCATION APPLICATIONS OF AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY IN EDUCATION

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Jun 20, 2019

Augmented reality and virtual reality have transformed several industry sectors and education is no exception. The adoption of augmented reality and virtual reality in education will lead to the development of multiple applications to improve the learning experience of students. Several reports have...

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WILL AI TAKE OVER EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP? WILL AI TAKE OVER EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP?

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Jun 20, 2019

Real leadership comes from knowing how and when to give power to others. That means letting go and letting others step in. Encouraging your staff to step up doesn’t make you less of a leader; it makes you a much better leader. Leadership of any kind is stressful. What if you could train for le...

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Ways of improving education quality through outcome-based education WAYS OF IMPROVING EDUCATION QUALITY THROUGH OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION

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Jun 19, 2019

Traditional educational systems are nowadays ineffective in providing students with the relevant information needed to excel in the modern world. Traditional educational systems are even turnoff to modern students. Nowadays, when students are given assignments, the first question that comes to mind ...

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Emerging Roles of AI in Education EMERGING ROLES OF AI IN EDUCATION

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Jun 19, 2019

Don’t get me wrong, human beings are now and will be in the future at the core of our field -- administering education, teaching and learning. But if we are the bus designers, bus drivers and bus riders, artificial intelligence is the engine of the vehicle that we are using and will be using m...

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Back to School with Updated Teams for Education BACK TO SCHOOL WITH UPDATED TEAMS FOR EDUCATION

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Jun 19, 2019

Microsoft, one of the leaders in technology, communication, and collaboration tools today, isn’t just focusing on bringing better user experiences to the workplace. As well as competing with other innovators in the UC space, Microsoft is also contributing to the growing demands of the educatio...

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Why It Is Time to Re-Imagine Our Education System WHY IT IS TIME TO RE-IMAGINE OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM

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Jun 19, 2019

Over a century ago, our education leaders strove to determine how the American school system could support the needs of the industrial economy. The resulting classroom model—defined by an emphasis on core concepts in English, mathematics, and science, teacher-driven lessons, and traditional as...

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Participatory Budgeting: A Powerful Civic Education Tool PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING: A POWERFUL CIVIC EDUCATION TOOL

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Jun 18, 2019

In April, the New York City Council completed its eighth annual cycle of participatory budgeting, a process through which city residents vote directly on how they would like to see a designated portion of the city's discretionary spending divvied out to community projects. The council's part...

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Free eBook: Top Emerging Technology Trends And Their Impact On L&D FREE EBOOK: TOP EMERGING TECHNOLOGY TRENDS AND THEIR IMPACT ON L&D

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Jun 18, 2019

With all these new technological advancements, it makes sense that the use of smartphones plays a much stronger role in life nowadays, especially in the life of younger generations. Learners are quite literally flooded with distractions in all kinds of digital shapes and sizes. Simultaneously, they ...

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AI SCALES PERSONALIZED EDUCATION IN WAYS THE TEACHER CAN’T AI SCALES PERSONALIZED EDUCATION IN WAYS THE TEACHER CAN’T

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Jun 17, 2019

Your children’s teachers are incredibly talented at personalizing education. They understand the recursive nature of the curriculum they teach.  They recognize what was taught the year before and what will come the year after. These teachers know how your child learns best, what he or she...

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MAKING K-12 AND HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERS LOVE YOUR LMS MAKING K-12 AND HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERS LOVE YOUR LMS

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Jun 17, 2019

Learning management systems are closely linked to eLearning. A learning management system (LMS) is a software application that is used for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, and delivery of educational courses, training programs, or learning and development programs.What are the...

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Students Use AI Virtual Assistant to Prepare Peers for High School STUDENTS USE AI VIRTUAL ASSISTANT TO PREPARE PEERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL

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Jun 16, 2019

According to educator Rachelle Poth, it is about finding the right resources for all students, using AI virtual assistants such as Alexa, Bixby, Echo and Siri.More often than not, most people think about AI Virtual Assistant devices as a tool to get very general information, such as “Hey Googl...

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Pains and Gains – Virtual Reality in a Classroom PAINS AND GAINS – VIRTUAL REALITY IN A CLASSROOM

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Jun 14, 2019

VR education is a new era of personalised learning. VR technology has a long way to go and has a bright future in the education sector. VR has already given reason to the industry to embrace it, as it is revolutionising every sector, writes Dave Dolan, Chief Knowledge Officer, Veative Labs, for Elet...

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Easy Language Learning by Vera F. Birkenbihl – The Decoding Method EASY LANGUAGE LEARNING BY VERA F. BIRKENBIHL – THE DECODING METHOD

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Jun 13, 2019

Forget about cramming vocabulary: the best way to learn a language is by using decoding exercises. Translate a German sentence word-by-word into your native language – thus you will learn the word’s meaning as well as the language’s grammar. Decoding means to “decipher”...

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7 Tips for Efficient Learning 7 TIPS FOR EFFICIENT LEARNING

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Jun 13, 2019

An important factor of  learning efficiently is to concentrate completely on what you’re  doing. Every kind of distraction should be avoided. This is only possible if you’re consciously concentrating. Different sounds, radio broadcasting informative material, television, teleph...

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How K–12 Schools Can Safeguard Student Data Beyond Graduation HOW K–12 SCHOOLS CAN SAFEGUARD STUDENT DATA BEYOND GRADUATION

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Jun 13, 2019

So what happens to the pile of data high school students leave behind when they graduate? Federal, state and district mandates dictate graduates’ data receive the same oversight and privacy protection required throughout their K–12 education. Districts must comply with strict protocols f...

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Can Augmented Reality Shorten the Learning Curve? CAN AUGMENTED REALITY SHORTEN THE LEARNING CURVE?

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Jun 13, 2019

Burgeoning technologies like augmented reality are some of the prime drivers of innovation. AR has the capacity to revolutionize education as well as modern workforce training. Adding interactive digital elements into the real world enables businesses to build a more competent workforce.AR can put a...

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HOW STUDENTS GET BANISHED TO ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS HOW STUDENTS GET BANISHED TO ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS

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Jun 13, 2019

Historically, alternative schooling has been used interchangeably with terms like “reformatory school.” However, alternative schooling is painted to seem like the best option for students who do not work well in a traditional school setting.Students who have consistent behavior issues, s...

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When Everything Goes Right in the Classroom WHEN EVERYTHING GOES RIGHT IN THE CLASSROOM

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Jun 12, 2019

It is difficult to predict what the dynamics of a college class will be like at the beginning of a semester. Two sections of the same subject taught by the exact same instructor can have radical differences in how students communicate with one another in class.Since student interaction is not a cons...

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Keep Accessibility in Mind for Modern Learning Environments KEEP ACCESSIBILITY IN MIND FOR MODERN LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

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Jun 11, 2019

As K–12 teachers seek to create classrooms where all students have an equal opportunity to learn, they must be mindful of physical and digital elements that could potentially be a barrier for students with special learning needs. The physical layout of a space can make all the difference for a...

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DIGITAL SKILLS SCHOOL BRAINSTATION EXPANDS LEARNING PLATFORM ‘ONLINE LIVE’ DIGITAL SKILLS SCHOOL BRAINSTATION EXPANDS LEARNING PLATFORM ‘ONLINE LIVE’

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Jun 11, 2019

Online Live is an instructor-led data training platform that allows students to attend live lectures, collaborate with other professionals, and get immediate feedback from expert instructors. The latest version of the platform aims to improve its intuitiveness and encourage real-time collaboration a...

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5 Exercises for Better Language Learning. 5 EXERCISES FOR BETTER LANGUAGE LEARNING.

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Jun 10, 2019

Listen to a text passage on loop. Listen to the native speakers in the movie and read along the word-by-word translations in your native tongue. Concentrate on the second line only (the translations). The word pairs are highlighted in sync with the speakers – just like a karaoke player. Repeat...

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How Is Augmented Reality Being Used In Education? HOW IS AUGMENTED REALITY BEING USED IN EDUCATION?

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Jun 10, 2019

We’ve done a good amount of work in education around K12 and also see a lot of usage among our community at a university level for vocational learning for design courses, games development, computer science, architecture etc. Firstly the use of AR in computing for children at primary school. W...

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The Resurgence of 3D Printers in Modern Learning Environments THE RESURGENCE OF 3D PRINTERS IN MODERN LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

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Jun 10, 2019

Once a novelty in many classrooms and makerspaces, 3D printers are again flourishing as valuable classroom tools thanks to advanced technology, lower costs and more products and services geared toward K–12 education. Both manufacturers and educators are leveraging the benefits of 3D printers i...

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4 Higher Education Bills That Impact Young People 4 HIGHER EDUCATION BILLS THAT IMPACT YOUNG PEOPLE

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Jun 10, 2019

In fact, the price of higher education today is so astronomically outrageous that it would take an incoming freshman nearly 20 years to pay off a bachelor’s degree — and even longer if they pursued a masters or a Ph.D., according to one study.Year over year, the cost of higher education ...

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Whatever Happened to an Affordable College Education? WHATEVER HAPPENED TO AN AFFORDABLE COLLEGE EDUCATION?

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Jun 10, 2019

As U.S. college students―and their families―know all too well, the cost of a higher education in the United States has skyrocketed in recent decades.  According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, between 2008 and 2017 the average cost of attending a four-year public college, adjuste...

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The Evolving Role of School Scheduling THE EVOLVING ROLE OF SCHOOL SCHEDULING

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Jun 09, 2019

School leaders are often looked up to as agents of change.One big example of polarizing change is the school schedule, whether it’s annual, daily, or some combination of the two. After all, what is more cherished than the end of the school year, looking forward to a sizzling summer break over ...

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100 Reasons to Homeschool Your Kids 100 REASONS TO HOMESCHOOL YOUR KIDS

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Jun 09, 2019

Homeschoolers perform well academically. Issues like ADHD might disappear or become less problematic. YOU may be happier! All that time spent on your kids’ homework can now be used more productively for family learning and living. And even grow a successful business while homeschooling your ki...

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SHOULD YOU USE PERFORMANCE-BASED ASSESSMENTS INSTEAD OF TRADITIONAL? SHOULD YOU USE PERFORMANCE-BASED ASSESSMENTS INSTEAD OF TRADITIONAL?

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Jun 07, 2019

According to ASCD, “In the act of learning, people obtain content knowledge, acquire skills, and develop work habits—and practice the application of all three to “real world” situations.” The goal of performance-based assessments is the application of skills, strategies...

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AI in the classroom: Are we there yet? AI IN THE CLASSROOM: ARE WE THERE YET?

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Jun 06, 2019

While there are certainly many AI applications already at work in classrooms and blended learning environments — machine learning is responsible for text-to-speech software for instance — the majority of what is termed “AI” in most blog posts and articles hoping to herald the...

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PREPARING TO TEACH DIVERSE STUDENTS PREPARING TO TEACH DIVERSE STUDENTS

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Jun 06, 2019

Many teachers are poorly equipped to teach ethnically diverse student populations. Despite the growing numbers of culturally diverse students, some teacher education programs still hesitate to make multicultural education a focal point of their curriculum. Other programs are trying to figure out the...

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REALISTIC, TIME-EFFICIENT, AND MANAGEABLE WAYS TO MONITOR STUDENT GROWTH REALISTIC, TIME-EFFICIENT, AND MANAGEABLE WAYS TO MONITOR STUDENT GROWTH

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Jun 06, 2019

Before enumerating some realistic, time efficient, and manageable ways to monitor student growth, let’s clarify what is meant by growth.  According to The Education Trust, a non-profit national organization working to support and expand excellence and equity in education,growth is differe...

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New Ways To Communicate: Social Networking And Online Collaboration In University NEW WAYS TO COMMUNICATE: SOCIAL NETWORKING AND ONLINE COLLABORATION IN UNIVERSITY

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Jun 06, 2019

The way we communicated a decade or so ago is different today. With the promotion of mobiles connected to the internet, everything can be immersed in a virtual environment literally on the go. And what attracts them most is interaction through posting and commenting.Not to exaggerate, the younger ge...

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SMART GLASSES: LOOKING AT EDUCATION WITH NEW LENSES SMART GLASSES: LOOKING AT EDUCATION WITH NEW LENSES

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Jun 05, 2019

As smart glasses become more mainstream in education, it’s only natural for them to bridge the chasm between the real world and augmented reality. One of the most common complaints about current AR/VR headsets is that they are heavy and cumbersome. Versatile smart glasses no heavier than a pai...

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EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR CELEBRATING THE UNIQUENESS CULTURALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR CELEBRATING THE UNIQUENESS CULTURALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS

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Jun 05, 2019

It is not necessary to be an expert on every culture, but it is important to be sensitive to the fact that differences do exist and that such differences must be respected. The following are some culturally-sensitive strategies that teachers can use in the classroom to bring the best out of their cu...

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THE VALUE OF PERFORMING ANNUAL SEO CONTENT AUDITS IN HIGHER EDUCATION THE VALUE OF PERFORMING ANNUAL SEO CONTENT AUDITS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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Jun 05, 2019

Has your college or university ever performed a website content audit? If so, when was the last time? And if not, you should get on it—and stay on it! Website content audits should be at least an annual affair, and now may be the perfect time to perform one. Summer is often a good time to audi...

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Why Does Blended Learning Work? WHY DOES BLENDED LEARNING WORK?

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Jun 03, 2019

Blended learning is a fine-tuned combination of onsite and online instruction that creates powerful learning experiences. Blended learning requires a wide range of instructional tools and methods and enables the instructor to deploy more tailor-made tactics for each specific learning objective. That...

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IS STUDENT SURVEILLANCE PAYING OFF FOR K-12 SCHOOLS? IS STUDENT SURVEILLANCE PAYING OFF FOR K-12 SCHOOLS?

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Jun 03, 2019

In the wake of the traumatic mass shootings at schools in recent years, many school districts are relying on school security measures like surveillance systems to keep schools safe. In the 2015–16 school year, 81% of public schools reported that their safety and security measures included the ...

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Visual Analysis of Microlearning in Virtual Reality Market 2019-2026 Immersive Vr Education, Oculus Vr VISUAL ANALYSIS OF MICROLEARNING IN VIRTUAL REALITY MARKET 2019-2026 IMMERSIVE VR EDUCATION, OCULUS VR

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Jun 03, 2019

Microlearning improves knowledge retention and makes learning more convenient for busy employees. If knowledge and skills are best learned in chunks, then they are only as good the quality of those chunks. VR brings something truly extraordinary to an already cutting-edge idea like microlearning by ...

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Why Math and STEM Education is a Social Justice Issue WHY MATH AND STEM EDUCATION IS A SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUE

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Jun 03, 2019

The Fourth Industrial Revolution requires that today’s youth are equipped with the skills, tools and mindsets needed to think creatively, leverage technology wisely and solve wicked problems collectively. Answering the call, leading education systems around the world are striving to integrate ...

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FINLAND’S SECRET EDUCATION WEAPON: PHENOMENON-BASED LEARNING FINLAND’S SECRET EDUCATION WEAPON: PHENOMENON-BASED LEARNING

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Jun 03, 2019

The topics that students learn in a phenomenon-based classroom could range from Students engage in authentic and organic research, communicate with stakeholders inside and outside the classroom, and execute meaningful teamwork.This strategy is a contextualized way of approaching topics and themes be...

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7 Strategies to Promote Community in Online Courses 7 STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE COMMUNITY IN ONLINE COURSES

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Jun 02, 2019

If instructors are wanting to promote community in their online courses one way to encourage that is modeling the behavior they would like to see in their students. This can start with a warm and enthusiastic welcome message. It can include responding to student questions promptly and respectfully. ...

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How Technology Will Shape The Future Of Education HOW TECHNOLOGY WILL SHAPE THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION

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Jun 01, 2019

Technology rules every facet of our lives today. And the field of education is witnessing path-breaking discoveries every day that are being driven by the evolution of technology like Artificial Intelligence (AI), augmented reality machine learning and the growing use of educational software. The gl...

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Higher Education’s Digital Transformation HIGHER EDUCATION’S DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

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May 30, 2019

Data analytics are beginning to drive decision making. Digital delivery, whether hybrid or fully online, is allowing institutions to serve existing students better while also reaching new markets — without building new classrooms and labs. Digital courseware, interactives, virtual labs, and si...

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Education Reformers, Our Work Here Is Done EDUCATION REFORMERS, OUR WORK HERE IS DONE

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May 30, 2019

We’ve figured out what works. We have solved the problems of the education system. We just need to stay the course and avoid distractions.That’s the message from Phyllis Jordan’s op-ed in the Tennessean decrying the state’s push for Education Savings Accounts.Oh, if that were...

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Upcoming trends that will shape the future of education for children UPCOMING TRENDS THAT WILL SHAPE THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN

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May 29, 2019

Technology is likely to shape the lives of this generation especially when it comes to their education. Here’s taking a looking at some ground-breaking trends that will help shape the future of education and in turn the future of children in the coming years. Technology is advancing at a rapid...

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TEACHERS ARE USING PODCASTS FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TEACHERS ARE USING PODCASTS FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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May 29, 2019

In the rapidly changing world of education, professional development is not an option; it’s a necessity. One way to fit PD into a busy schedule is through podcasts – those snippets of audio that you can download or stream on any digital device. There are loads of high-quality professiona...

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Here Are The Top 7 Websites For Free Online Education HERE ARE THE TOP 7 WEBSITES FOR FREE ONLINE EDUCATION

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May 29, 2019

You don't need an Ivy League education to get a world-class education.There are many online education websites that offer academic courses for a fraction of the cost of traditional colleges and universities, making them ideal for lifelong learners. Here are 7 outstanding websites to access tons ...

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Should Education Be Oriented Around 21st Century Skills? SHOULD EDUCATION BE ORIENTED AROUND 21ST CENTURY SKILLS?

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May 29, 2019

The modern education system fails to meet the needs of people in many ways. It’s not uncommon for a person to be educated from one of the top universities in the world and still not know how to operate a software required for a job or speak a language that’s required as part of an occupa...

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Can “playful assessments” tell us whether maker education works? CAN “PLAYFUL ASSESSMENTS” TELL US WHETHER MAKER EDUCATION WORKS?

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May 27, 2019

Frame by frame, the simple round face sketched by seventh grader Annabelle Bechtel erupted into laughter in stop-motion animation, as she and her classmate Audrey Chung wove the face into a video they were making to explain satire. Other students were making their own videos, about foreshadowing, me...

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How Virtual Reality Technology Revolutionizes Education On Congenital Heart Disease HOW VIRTUAL REALITY TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTIONIZES EDUCATION ON CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE

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May 27, 2019

Virtual Reality (VR) technology is applied in many areas, including architectural and urban design, digital marketing, education, and military training. It is defined as the use of computer technology to create a stimulating environment. The most recognizable component of VR technologies is the head...

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40 Crazy Ideas To Change Education 40 CRAZY IDEAS TO CHANGE EDUCATION

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May 27, 2019

We live in the dynamic time of changes and improvements. All areas of human life undergo transformations, and it seems quite natural to bring something new to education. Traditional approaches are obsolete and inefficient, should be revised in order for educational institutions to keep up with time....

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How Can Blockchain Transform the Education System? HOW CAN BLOCKCHAIN TRANSFORM THE EDUCATION SYSTEM?

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May 26, 2019

Blockchain and cryptocurrency are gaining momentum for quite some time now. Bitcoin is indeed pioneering the virtual currency scenario, yet the most interesting aspect is the network characteristics of the blockchain. The network of blockchain is essentially an open, decentralized database that allo...

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HOW EDTECH WILL CHANGE SCHOOL CULTURE HOW EDTECH WILL CHANGE SCHOOL CULTURE

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May 23, 2019

For more than 100 years, we’ve relied on the factory model for providing education. Born of the industrial age, when efficient systems mattered most in producing a product, the factory model mimicked assembly-line work. Schools built large classrooms and filled them with multiple rows of stude...

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HOW SCHOOLS BENEFIT FROM TRANSFORMATIONAL DATA HOW SCHOOLS BENEFIT FROM TRANSFORMATIONAL DATA

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May 23, 2019

There’s a lot to be said for trusting your instinct – unless you’re trying to lead educational change. Then you need concrete data for your decision-making. Data decisions impact every facet of education, from curriculum development to program evaluation.Schools collect more than a...

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WITH COACHING VIA AN EARPIECE, TEACHERS GET FEEDBACK IN REAL TIME WITH COACHING VIA AN EARPIECE, TEACHERS GET FEEDBACK IN REAL TIME

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May 22, 2019

For the most part, teacher observations involve a mentor teacher or academic leader sitting in the corner and taking notes on various aspects of the class. The observation is then followed up by a conversation between the observed teacher and the observer. There is often little follow-up or talk of ...

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Reasons Why Technology is Important in Education REASONS WHY TECHNOLOGY IS IMPORTANT IN EDUCATION

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May 22, 2019

Even the most avid fans on a traditional education cannot argue that innovations are everywhere now. World is changing and it is a natural process. Educational system should prepare young people for living in this new world full of endless opportunities for personal and professional growth. There ar...

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THE REAL DEFINITION OF LEARNING SCIENCE THE REAL DEFINITION OF LEARNING SCIENCE

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May 21, 2019

Google “education research,” and you’ll find that you have a lot of reading ahead of you. The nineteen million or so articles on the topic suggest that it’s a topic of considerable significance.No wonder. We’ve been teaching and learning for thousands of years, and one ...

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ARE YOU READY FOR NEUROEDUCATION? ARE YOU READY FOR NEUROEDUCATION?

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May 21, 2019

Understanding how we learn has always intrigued educators and psychologists. Pioneers like Dewey, Maslow, and Vygotsky developed some of the first learning theories, but it wasn’t until education joined neuroscience that we’ve made significant advanced in understanding learning.Researche...

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LEARNING IS ALL FUN AND GAMIFICATION LEARNING IS ALL FUN AND GAMIFICATION

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May 20, 2019

Are you still reluctant to have a little fun in your classroom? Don’t be. Games motivate learners in ways that worksheets never will. That’s because gamification socializes instructional experiences and makes them collaborative events that motivate students to learn and excel. Experience...

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THE DIGITAL BREAK YOUR STUDENTS NEED THE DIGITAL BREAK YOUR STUDENTS NEED

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May 20, 2019

You have no idea where you are, other than in a room containing the clues you need to escape. All you have are your wits and the friends who have joined you on this adventure. Escape rooms offer mental and physical stimulation. They immerse “captives” in a hands-on experience that requir...

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High-tech school brings learning to life with VR HIGH-TECH SCHOOL BRINGS LEARNING TO LIFE WITH VR

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May 15, 2019

Just as brands like Volvo are embracing virtual reality (VR) to encourage customers to experience its vehicles virtually, and JCDecaux is seeing the potential to woo advertisers through virtual tours of their airport touchpoints, some schools are realising the opportunities of embracing innovation a...

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AI CURRICULA FOR K-12 CLASSROOMS AI CURRICULA FOR K-12 CLASSROOMS

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May 14, 2019

Don’t assume it will be years before you need to worry about AI in the curriculum you teach. Artificial intelligence already has seeped into nearly every facet of our lives. It’s been permeating the fabric of our world, quite literally.Wearable technology like smart yoga pants and runnin...

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RETHINKING ADAPTIVE LEARNING IN THE AGE OF COGNITIVE COMPUTING RETHINKING ADAPTIVE LEARNING IN THE AGE OF COGNITIVE COMPUTING

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May 13, 2019

Adaptive learning, or also called personalized learning, is actually how education started out. The wealthy had their children educated at home by tutors. It was only later that public schools for the common man came into operation. While schools provide a much needed social environment for children...

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The Emergence of EdTech: How virtual reality wants to help educate your kids THE EMERGENCE OF EDTECH: HOW VIRTUAL REALITY WANTS TO HELP EDUCATE YOUR KIDS

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May 13, 2019

Some members of Generation Alpha, also known as the iGeneration, aren’t even born yet but they’re already dictating future market trends. Born between 2010 and 2025, Generation Alpha will be the first generation born entirely in the 21st century-- and whole industries are already positio...

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How Can Mindfulness Teach Surface, Deep and Transfer Learning? HOW CAN MINDFULNESS TEACH SURFACE, DEEP AND TRANSFER LEARNING?

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May 12, 2019

Transfer-level learning is the ultimate goal for any teacher. The idea that we can inspire students to find connections in their learning to their greater world is something we all hope for, but we also understand doesn't happen as often as it should. Stern, Lauriault, and Ferraro write that &qu...

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How to Introduce your School to STEM: The 5 Most Important Factors for Success HOW TO INTRODUCE YOUR SCHOOL TO STEM: THE 5 MOST IMPORTANT FACTORS FOR SUCCESS

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May 12, 2019

Like most educators, we started our STEM projects with way too many guidelines. Our first project had rubrics, journal prompts, criteria(s) for success, timelines and multiple feedback sessions. And while we thought this would signal to kids and teachers that we had it all together, in reality, it t...

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8 GREAT PERSONALIZED LEARNING STRATEGIES THAT WORK EVERY TIME 8 GREAT PERSONALIZED LEARNING STRATEGIES THAT WORK EVERY TIME

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May 10, 2019

Many things are personal to us, and how we learn is one of them. When learning becomes strengthened by a relevant connection between the task and the learner, that's truly personal. We accomplish this by using strategies correlating directly to our curriculum, pedagogy, and the learning environm...

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Tackling Digital Equity in the Classroom – Strategies for Teachers TACKLING DIGITAL EQUITY IN THE CLASSROOM – STRATEGIES FOR TEACHERS

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May 08, 2019

Thanks to initiatives such as the Federal E-Rate program, which provides discounted Internet access and funding for schools and districts, most students now have the ability to get online while in school. However, once students head home, they may lack high speed Internet as well as a device other t...

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Initiative Urges Students to Identify Career Goals Early INITIATIVE URGES STUDENTS TO IDENTIFY CAREER GOALS EARLY

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May 07, 2019

At the same time that the Coalition for Career Development (CCD) is promoting a greater emphasis on early career planning in K-12 and higher education, Complete College America has begun pushing a "Purpose First" philosophy for colleges and universities, a strategy intended to serve as the...

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Why education is so important? WHY EDUCATION IS SO IMPORTANT?

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May 06, 2019

Education will play a central role in the future of society. A real collaborative and participative space where teachers and students share a common strategy towards knowledge and creativity as the key drivers of growth and competitiveness. Modern content matrixes give education a new frontier of ca...

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Building a Kinder World: How Maker Education Can Solve Problems and Foster Empathy BUILDING A KINDER WORLD: HOW MAKER EDUCATION CAN SOLVE PROBLEMS AND FOSTER EMPATHY

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May 04, 2019

To help students on the path toward empowerment and empathy, we can start by incorporating social and emotional learning (SEL) into curricula. The five core competencies of SEL include self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, relationship skills and social awareness. SEL can be ...

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Education Institutions Need a Payments Solution Now More than Ever EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS NEED A PAYMENTS SOLUTION NOW MORE THAN EVER

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May 02, 2019

Today’s modern world includes many commerce conveniences that have filtered their way into everyday life, even to the world of education. The education system, just like many industries, is in the midst of a shift towards embracing technology to help simplify its processes. Payments is part of...

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SCHOOLS ARE TURNING TO VIRTUAL DOCTORS FOR SICK KIDS SCHOOLS ARE TURNING TO VIRTUAL DOCTORS FOR SICK KIDS

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May 01, 2019

In today’s economic climate, it is common for both parents to work. When a child gets sick at school one of the parents must fetch the child and arrange a doctor’s appointment, which may not be possible on the same day – there goes two days off work for the parent.In winter months ...

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This is how the way the world measures success in education is changing THIS IS HOW THE WAY THE WORLD MEASURES SUCCESS IN EDUCATION IS CHANGING

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Apr 29, 2019

Since 2000 when the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) launched a global academic benchmark for measuring student outcomes by testing 15-year-olds, many global education systems have been impacted by what sometimes looks and feels like a race to rank high. When the OECD la...

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It’s Time to Develop a Progressive Education Agenda IT’S TIME TO DEVELOP A PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION AGENDA

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Apr 29, 2019

During this period of right-wing ascendance, it is easy to succumb to the depressing reality of Trump’s America and not see the opportunities for change. In several American cities and states, liberal and progressive politicians occupy positions of leadership. The opportunities created by thei...

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New Research Project Exploring AI in K–12 NEW RESEARCH PROJECT EXPLORING AI IN K–12

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Apr 29, 2019

A Canadian university is working with a Canadian and American education technology company to research the use of artificial intelligence in K-12 classrooms. Specifically, the project will explore the impact of AI-driven learning experiences on student outcomes, including academic growth and social ...

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3 Ways K–12 Schools Can Maximize IT Management Tools 3 WAYS K–12 SCHOOLS CAN MAXIMIZE IT MANAGEMENT TOOLS

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Apr 29, 2019

Asset management tools can help ensure students, faculty and staff have the digital resources they need without overburdening IT directors and their staff. At Acero Schools, administrators tried to manage a school district of 7,500 students manually, however the demand was too high for the one syste...

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What if the Future of Work Starts with High School WHAT IF THE FUTURE OF WORK STARTS WITH HIGH SCHOOL

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Apr 29, 2019

Nearly 100% of the jobs created during the economic recovery went to workers with postsecondary education training. That training really begins in high school. The work of the future will require a robust system of lifelong learning and high school may just be the fulcrum in that system, best positi...

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How Access to Technology Can Create Equity in Schools HOW ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY CAN CREATE EQUITY IN SCHOOLS

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Apr 29, 2019

When used effectively, technology can greatly contribute to creating equity in schools. It removes barriers to learning materials, supports students where they are across varied learning contexts and needs, and gives educators more insight into the learning environments they’re creating.Howeve...

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Effect of virtual reality and augmented reality in education systems EFFECT OF VIRTUAL REALITY AND AUGMENTED REALITY IN EDUCATION SYSTEMS

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Apr 29, 2019

Technology in the education sector is one that has introduced a lot of incredible things. As a fact, studying online has become the new trend today, which makes it hard for people to miss out on learning opportunities. However, along with the right things, there are some inventions of technology tha...

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Digital Natives Or Digital Immigrants? DIGITAL NATIVES OR DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS?

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Apr 28, 2019

To keep up with trends, digital immigrants nowadays are actively involved in performing day-to-day activities and learning using technology. A research finding shows that older adults (aged 65 years and above) have a positive attitude towards using learning technology to perform their daily activiti...

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College Unbound Helps Working Adults Earn Fast Affordable Degrees COLLEGE UNBOUND HELPS WORKING ADULTS EARN FAST AFFORDABLE DEGREES

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Apr 28, 2019

After finding College Unbound, Jose earned an associate’s degree in six months. But Jose reoffended and went back to prison. Fortunately, there was a cohort of College Unbound in prison and he was able to continue making progress. Once released he graduated. Now 35, Jose is house manager at a ...

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The Benefits of Creative Learning Spaces in K-12 schools THE BENEFITS OF CREATIVE LEARNING SPACES IN K-12 SCHOOLS

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Apr 27, 2019

As technology and innovation become the first priority for school districts, it’s important that students are offered creative learning spaces to expand and challenge their knowledge and ability to create. Technology can help students boost their concentration, retain information and encourage...

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8 Tips To Create A Microlearning Online Training Library For Soft Skills 8 TIPS TO CREATE A MICROLEARNING ONLINE TRAINING LIBRARY FOR SOFT SKILLS

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Apr 27, 2019

There is a myriad of abilities that fall under the soft skill umbrella, which makes it difficult to pinpoint which skills you need to cover in your microlearning online training library. However, you can identify current soft skill gaps and focus your efforts by conducting an employee evaluation bef...

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TAMING BIG DATA IN EDUCATION WITH COGNITIVE COMPUTING TAMING BIG DATA IN EDUCATION WITH COGNITIVE COMPUTING

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Apr 26, 2019

The world is drowning in data. We are creating 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. That is 2.5 followed by 18 zeros!But that figure is a moving target. Thanks to the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) the data we’re creating is expanding by the second.The thing is, if you can’t ...

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5 Classroom Strategies to Support Multimodal Learning 5 CLASSROOM STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT MULTIMODAL LEARNING

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Apr 26, 2019

Knowing your students’ learning styles is important to understand how they process and retain information, as well as to provide them with personalized learning and instruction. Teach.com discusses how all students are created equally, but differently, and how “It is important for educat...

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How to create personalized learning plans for students with undiagnosed disabilities HOW TO CREATE PERSONALIZED LEARNING PLANS FOR STUDENTS WITH UNDIAGNOSED DISABILITIES

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Apr 26, 2019

Every child deserves an educational experience that fits their learning abilities. That’s why it is so crucial that parents, teachers, and administrators recognize and diagnose any roadblocks students may have to learning. But sometimes students slip through the cracks, and their disabilities ...

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How Modular Education Is Revolutionizing The Way We Learn (And Work) HOW MODULAR EDUCATION IS REVOLUTIONIZING THE WAY WE LEARN (AND WORK)

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Apr 25, 2019

In today’s digital economy, rapid technological change is transforming the workplace, and it has become apparent that we can no longer stop our education after college if we are to stay relevant. We will need to be continually learning, refreshing and updating our skillset as we progress throu...

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How Education Tackles Cybersecurity HOW EDUCATION TACKLES CYBERSECURITY

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Apr 25, 2019

With technology becoming a cornerstone of how many school districts operate, the risks of getting hacked multiplies, and defending against cyber-attacks becomes an important part of any strategic plan. A new report from the IBM X-Force finds attackers are drawn to the education sector owing to the s...

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Virtual Reality in Education: Welcome to the New Age of Learning VIRTUAL REALITY IN EDUCATION: WELCOME TO THE NEW AGE OF LEARNING

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Apr 25, 2019

Using new technologies for pedagogical purposes is more than just a fad. It seems to be quickly imposing itself as the future of education. In fact, most professionals working in training and education are already well-versed in various fields such as augmented reality, virtual reality, e-learning a...

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USING AI TO PERSONALIZE EDUCATION FOR EVERYONE USING AI TO PERSONALIZE EDUCATION FOR EVERYONE

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Apr 24, 2019

Personalized learning is learning experience designed with each student’s specific needs in mind. In personalized learning, learning components like pace of learning, content, sequence, technology, content, instructional approach, instructional content and other aspects are adjustable accordin...

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Micro-learning – What can it do for your organization? MICRO-LEARNING – WHAT CAN IT DO FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION?

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Apr 24, 2019

How does corporate learning have to change to meet today’s time challenged employees? One way is by utilizing micro-learning – short bursts of learning, three to five minutes long, doing away with long-winded explanations and focusing on key practical tips. Today’s learner is well ...

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5 Ways To Make Teacher Professional Development Effective 5 WAYS TO MAKE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVE

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Apr 24, 2019

Every educator has at least one tale of a teacher professional development session gone wrong. But how can you avoid those mistakes?It’s difficult to plan and execute creative opportunities for teachers to continue to build their skills. Many school leaders will admit that professional develop...

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7 DRAMATIC IMPACTS OF BIG DATA ON EDUCATION 7 DRAMATIC IMPACTS OF BIG DATA ON EDUCATION

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Apr 24, 2019

The term big data stands for an extremely voluminous set of data, which can expose connections, trends, and patterns in the behavior of the target group. In the education sector, data analysis can change the way the teacher teaches and the students learn.A single educational institution receives a g...

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Can education help end America CAN EDUCATION HELP END AMERICA'S CULTURE WAR?

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Apr 24, 2019

America is in the midst of a culture war that has fractured social trust. While Americans may not be on the battlefield at home, it increasingly feels like a war is raging for the American heart, mind, and soul. Americans are growing weary of a culture that feels chaotic and negative, and increasing...

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Is Administrative Bloat Behind Rising Cost of US College Education? IS ADMINISTRATIVE BLOAT BEHIND RISING COST OF US COLLEGE EDUCATION?

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Apr 24, 2019

As the average price tag of a college education continues to rise, many have criticized colleges for “administrative bloat” as one of the potential culprits. However, while a surface level analysis might equate increased spending on administrative positions with higher student attendance...

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Technology Has No Impact on Teaching and Learning TECHNOLOGY HAS NO IMPACT ON TEACHING AND LEARNING

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Apr 24, 2019

Pretty bold title for a blog post, right? Especially, coming from two authors who just wrote a book titled Tech Request: A Guide for Coaching Educators in the Digital World. In all honesty, we believe wholeheartedly that technology has no impact on teaching and learning in an environment devoid of s...

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Why are Canadian universities so slow to adopt digital learning? WHY ARE CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES SO SLOW TO ADOPT DIGITAL LEARNING?

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Apr 24, 2019

As a first-year student at Queen’s University in 2015, Alison Carney enrolled in introductory psychology, expecting the popular course would be delivered by a professor at the front of a 400-plus seat lecture hall—just like so many others on campus. She got that, and much more.Along with ...

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Virtual reality as a treatment for ADHD? VIRTUAL REALITY AS A TREATMENT FOR ADHD?

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Apr 24, 2019

It's ironic that technology is being tested to remediate distraction, given that screens are one of the primary drivers of distraction in the world today. But virtual reality has the benefit of offering immersive environments, those in which distractions can be precisely controlled and amplified...

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HOW EFFECTIVE IS INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING IN THE MODERN CLASSROOM? HOW EFFECTIVE IS INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING IN THE MODERN CLASSROOM?

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Apr 23, 2019

Engagement in the classroom plays a significant role in student learning. The challenge is finding a method of cultivating skills that also keeps students interested in the material. Using inquiry-based learning to accomplish this is a popular strategy because it actively involves students in proble...

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4 WAYS THAT MACHINE LEARNING CAN IMPROVE ONLINE LEARNING 4 WAYS THAT MACHINE LEARNING CAN IMPROVE ONLINE LEARNING

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Apr 23, 2019

The number of college and university students taking classes online keeps on growing. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a third of all students now take at least one online course. In fact, if it were not for online education, college and university enrollments would ...

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COGNITIVE COMPUTING WILL REVOLUTIONIZE K-12 AND HIGHER EDUCATION COGNITIVE COMPUTING WILL REVOLUTIONIZE K-12 AND HIGHER EDUCATION

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Apr 23, 2019

To say that cognitive computing is a disruptive technology is an understatement of huge proportions. Already it is freeing humans from tedious tasks, streamlining city traffic, improving emergency services, saving lives on operating tables, and delivering parcels to your front door. Cognitive comput...

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How Family Engagement Increases Early Childhood Education Readiness HOW FAMILY ENGAGEMENT INCREASES EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION READINESS

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Apr 23, 2019

Researchers have referenced time and again that a child’s performance in the education environment is based on both parent and teacher expectations; it’s no different for children in their early stages of learning. Childcare programs and families benefit from shared resources and informa...

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6 eLearning Trends To Include In Your Custom eLearning Solution 6 ELEARNING TRENDS TO INCLUDE IN YOUR CUSTOM ELEARNING SOLUTION

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Apr 22, 2019

It isn’t possible to talk about trends in digital learning without talking about the “digital” part first. It is what everyone expects. Most articles on trends discuss mobile, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, LMS options, apps, and authoring software. The most forward-looking ar...

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Funding Is Top Roadblock to AR & VR in Education FUNDING IS TOP ROADBLOCK TO AR & VR IN EDUCATION

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Apr 22, 2019

The education sector is forecast to spend more than $6 billion annually on augmented and virtual reality technologies by 2023. Funding for the technologies remains a major hurdle to adoption, but price points for equipment are dropping rapidly, according to a new market forecast from ABI Research.Ac...

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5 Ways to Promote Student Success in Online Learning 5 WAYS TO PROMOTE STUDENT SUCCESS IN ONLINE LEARNING

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Apr 22, 2019

A new report from Strada Education Network offers key takeaways from last fall's Online Student Success Symposium, a two-day workshop focused on challenges, innovative practices and future opportunities in online learning. Hosted by BYU-Pathway Worldwide and sponsored by Strada, the event conven...

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AI holds tremendous potential to transform education AI HOLDS TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL TO TRANSFORM EDUCATION

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Apr 22, 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all around us. From digital assistants to algorithms that suggest what music to listen to, are all now a part of our everyday lives.While soon we may travel in self-driven cars, the area where AI is poised to most profoundly affect our lives is education. It is no sur...

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE VS. COGNITIVE COMPUTING IN EDUCATION: HOW THEY DIFFER? ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE VS. COGNITIVE COMPUTING IN EDUCATION: HOW THEY DIFFER?

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Apr 22, 2019

The first thing to understand is that cognitive computing is part of artificial intelligence (AI), or a subset of artificial intelligence.There are many definitions of AI, with many tech companies formulating their own definitions depending on what their aim is for AI.The Oxford Dictionary defines a...

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Cultural Competency: Finding Ways to Bring Equity Through Personalized Learning CULTURAL COMPETENCY: FINDING WAYS TO BRING EQUITY THROUGH PERSONALIZED LEARNING

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Apr 22, 2019

As more schools, districts, and states implement personalized learning strategies, the focus has shifted from plug and play technology solutions to rethinking the structure of the classroom as we know it. So how are states moving forward with personalized learning initiatives?In this podcast series,...

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5 Ladies Leading Change In Education & Talent Technology 5 LADIES LEADING CHANGE IN EDUCATION & TALENT TECHNOLOGY

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Apr 22, 2019

With the buzz of conference attendees, including renowned thought leaders and investors, who have developed a variety of new innovative technologies walking the venue grounds, ASU-GSV is not a conference to disappoint. The yearly conference, coined by its founders as one of “the most impactful...

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The Pursuit of Happiness is a Noble Goal for 21st Century Education THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS IS A NOBLE GOAL FOR 21ST CENTURY EDUCATION

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Apr 22, 2019

Our cynical world reacted in dismay, lambasting the songs for being fluff and ignoring the dire problems that dominate the news cycle. Why be happy when you could wear your despair like a red badge of discouragement? Well, it looks like the fellas were on to something. Happiness is climbing to the t...

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What’s holding STEM back in the US? WHAT’S HOLDING STEM BACK IN THE US?

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Apr 22, 2019

As organizations worldwide continue to invest in science, technology, engineering and math initiatives, and as students take a higher interest in technical careers, you would expect the number of educational institutions responding to the workplace’s increasing demand for technical talent woul...

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Funding Is Top Roadblock to AR & VR in Schools FUNDING IS TOP ROADBLOCK TO AR & VR IN SCHOOLS

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Apr 22, 2019

The education sector is forecast to spend more than $6 billion annually on augmented and virtual reality technologies by 2023. Funding for the technologies remains a major hurdle to adoption, but price points for equipment are dropping rapidly, according to a new market forecast from ABI Research.Ac...

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How AR and VR are Revolutionizing Soft Skills Training in 2019 HOW AR AND VR ARE REVOLUTIONIZING SOFT SKILLS TRAINING IN 2019

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Apr 22, 2019

Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies have recently gone mainstream, exiting the experimental stage. While most of us know about AR and VR from consumer-facing applications like Pokémon Go and Oculus, they also have immense potential in HR. Initially, HR use cases for A...

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Augmented Reality: The Future of Education AUGMENTED REALITY: THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION

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Apr 22, 2019

By 2025, two billion of the global population is going to be made up by the youngest generation: Generation Alpha, also known as the iGeneration. Generation Alpha are children born between 2010 and 2025.This is the first generation entirely born in the 21st century. These children are considered to ...

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Pros and cons of using cloud computing in education PROS AND CONS OF USING CLOUD COMPUTING IN EDUCATION

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Apr 21, 2019

Educational establishments are underneath increasing pressure to deliver additional for fewer and that they have to be compelled to realize ways in which to supply made reasonable services and tools. With Cloud computing having the potential to supply computation and storage resources as services, t...

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Committee on Grad Education Report Shows Increasing Dissatisfaction Among Grad Students COMMITTEE ON GRAD EDUCATION REPORT SHOWS INCREASING DISSATISFACTION AMONG GRAD STUDENTS

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Apr 20, 2019

Half of University graduate students are not satisfied with teaching training, a new report by the Committee on Graduate Education (CGE) shows. The report also touches on additional concerns regarding academics and student support, and notes a trend of decreasing graduate student satisfaction over t...

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College education today: Worth the massive debt load in 2019? COLLEGE EDUCATION TODAY: WORTH THE MASSIVE DEBT LOAD IN 2019?

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Apr 20, 2019

Everyone says it. It’s standard advice. If you want a decent job, you need a college degree. Back in the day, that was pretty much true. Today, given the massive debt load students incur, maybe not. So why the continuing insistence by parents, friends and relatives that high school grads absol...

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Why the world is due a revolution in economics education WHY THE WORLD IS DUE A REVOLUTION IN ECONOMICS EDUCATION

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Apr 20, 2019

Economic thinking governs much of our world. But the discipline’s teaching is stuck in the past. Centred around antiquated 19th-century models built on Newtonian physics, economics treats humans as atomic particles, rather than as social beings.While academic research often manages to transcen...

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Student Choice to Prepare Students for the Future of Work STUDENT CHOICE TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK

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Apr 20, 2019

The future of work’s rapidly changing landscape requires our students to be flexible in their learning, understanding, and application of knowledge. Because of this, teachers need to prepare students to deal with open-ended questions that require them to decide how to connect and apply content...

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Bootcamps: A Viable Alternative to College BOOTCAMPS: A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO COLLEGE

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Apr 20, 2019

Once thought of as the only path to success, the traditional college education is coming under fire as some students ask themselves if the degree is worth the time and expense, and, if not, is there another viable option?Research still supports the idea that a college degree is the surest path to a ...

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EDTECH INNOVATION IN ONLINE EDUCATION EDTECH INNOVATION IN ONLINE EDUCATION

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Apr 19, 2019

The early days of online education looked suspiciously similar to traditional classes taken in brick-and-mortar classrooms.You matriculated for a course, purchased your books or downloaded materials, and attend class via computer – on the day and time set by the school or professor. Eventually...

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HOW COGNITIVE COMPUTING CAN MAKE YOU A BETTER TEACHER HOW COGNITIVE COMPUTING CAN MAKE YOU A BETTER TEACHER

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Apr 19, 2019

Cognitive computing is the end of one-size-fits-all education. The technology will make possible this declaration by Ignacio Estrada: If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way the child learns.This is exactly what will be possible in the near future with the help o...

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6 WAYS OF HELPING STUDENTS WITH OVERCOMING LEARNING BARRIERS 6 WAYS OF HELPING STUDENTS WITH OVERCOMING LEARNING BARRIERS

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Apr 19, 2019

Learning anything comes with some kind of labour whether it’s time spent, a search for meaning, or a simple struggle to understand. After all, every learner is different. With those differences will come the process of overcoming learning barriers of every definition. You won’t always se...

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How useful is the use of robots in education? HOW USEFUL IS THE USE OF ROBOTS IN EDUCATION?

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Apr 19, 2019

Over a decade or two, lots of educational institutions have taken interest in robots and thus do initial stepping stones to incorporating these machines into the educational sphere from preschools to colleges, mostly in STEM and special education. The successful incorporation of this sort of innovat...

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Salesforce.org Expands Education Data Architecture to K-12 SALESFORCE.ORG EXPANDS EDUCATION DATA ARCHITECTURE TO K-12

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Apr 19, 2019

The new architecture will support the needs of both higher education and K-12 institutions, including admissions and enrollment, family and community engagement, and fundraising and grants management. A new K-12 Kit (available by June 2019) will offer schools and systems an out-of-the-box way to get...

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Reveling In STEM Education As An Adult Learner REVELING IN STEM EDUCATION AS AN ADULT LEARNER

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Apr 19, 2019

Practical science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills are crucial in order to prepare today's students for tomorrow's world.There are many who are working hard to provide our youth with what they need to succeed in STEM careers. This can be difficult, however, for those who didn&...

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The Future of Work: How Do We Prepare Our Students? THE FUTURE OF WORK: HOW DO WE PREPARE OUR STUDENTS?

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Apr 19, 2019

Although we cannot predict with certainty the types of jobs that will exist in the future, we know that today’s students will need a variety of skills, “21st century skills.” However, these are skills that our students need today. Knowing this, we must ask ourselves what are the be...

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Grade inflation is ruining education GRADE INFLATION IS RUINING EDUCATION

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Apr 18, 2019

It is common knowledge that universities have been inflating degree awards in recent years. This week it was reported that hundreds of students with the worst A-level results are going on to get first-class degrees. Some 40 universities awarded firsts to at least a quarter of those with the lowest A...

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A Look at Private Higher Education in the UK A LOOK AT PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE UK

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Apr 18, 2019

The vast majority of higher education in the United Kingdom (UK) has been delivered by public universities and colleges. The titles “University” and “University College” are legally protected, as are degree awarding powers, and these, until recently, have been exclusively loc...

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When everything clicks: Making sense of online education WHEN EVERYTHING CLICKS: MAKING SENSE OF ONLINE EDUCATION

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Apr 18, 2019

Studying online takes more than a laptop and a comfortable desk chair. Students have to be self-motivated, organized, and yes, even willing to put in some extra work, beyond what their on-campus peers experience.“In a traditional face-to-face class, you might go, listen, take notes and only ta...

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Dual education at universities too? DUAL EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITIES TOO?

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Apr 18, 2019

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development has published the Draft Law on the dual model for higher education, which stipulates that students can spend at least 450 hours (about 60 days) per year, during the course of studies, working at a company and receive at the least 50% o...

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The Importance of the Arts in Education THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ARTS IN EDUCATION

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Apr 18, 2019

Music, dance, theatre, poetry and the visual arts must be seen as fundamental to the education process and should always be at the forefront of educational planning.  An arts-based education is integral to human development, speaking to what cannot be effectively put into words, making us compl...

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HOW HARVARD CREATED ONE OF THE BEST ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORMS HOW HARVARD CREATED ONE OF THE BEST ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORMS

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Apr 18, 2019

Are you looking into online learning platforms for your educational institution, but still on the fence about it?Take the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business for example. In what’s been called ‘one of the most ambitious efforts in online education,’ the seventh-r...

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AR and VR Promise Revolutionary Improvements AR AND VR PROMISE REVOLUTIONARY IMPROVEMENTS

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Apr 18, 2019

Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are powerful educational tools that can significantly enhance the learning journey and outcome by providing interactive and engaging content, immersive storytelling experiences, and flexibility and independence to students. AR and VR educational conten...

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THE PERSONAL TEACHING ASSISTANT EVERY TEACHER NEEDS THE PERSONAL TEACHING ASSISTANT EVERY TEACHER NEEDS

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Apr 18, 2019

Imagine teaching at a school where your personal assistant takes care of the routine tasks for your classroom. The assistant even prepares lessons for your students. You have additional time to instruct students in small groups or individually, provide thoughtful feedback, and encourage learning. &l...

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Is Online Early-Childhood Education the Next Big Thing? IS ONLINE EARLY-CHILDHOOD EDUCATION THE NEXT BIG THING?

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Apr 17, 2019

Utah rolled this online program out to thousands of young children in the state. The Obama administration funded it through its Investing in Innovation grant program to the tune of more than $11 million.And now Waterford UPSTART, an educational software program whose creators say can help prepare ch...

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Can You Pay Student Loans With 529 Plan Funds? CAN YOU PAY STUDENT LOANS WITH 529 PLAN FUNDS?

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Apr 17, 2019

FIRST INTRODUCED IN 1996, 529 college savings plans offer parents a way to save for college expenses for a designated beneficiary. They are exempt from federal taxes and some states offer special tax benefits as well. And yet, studies show fewer than 1 in 5 people have a 529 plan.With the growing nu...

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How to Be a Better Online Teacher HOW TO BE A BETTER ONLINE TEACHER

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Apr 17, 2019

Whether you’ve taught online a lot or a little, chances are you didn’t enjoy it as much as teaching in person. Maybe you didn’t experience that fizz after a particularly invigorating face-to-face class. Indeed, according to a 2017 Educause survey, only 9 percent of academics prefer...

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Improving Autism Education with Community—And Robots IMPROVING AUTISM EDUCATION WITH COMMUNITY—AND ROBOTS

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Apr 17, 2019

Like other educational institutions in the country, we’ve seen rapid growth in the number of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in South Carolina’s public schools. In South Carolina, in fact, we’re serving twice as many students with ASD as we were five years ago.Of cou...

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Poio Is A School Curriculum For Kids With Disabilities POIO IS A SCHOOL CURRICULUM FOR KIDS WITH DISABILITIES

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Apr 17, 2019

In 2012, my second son Leon was born with a serious hearing impairment which meant that he would struggle with traditional learning methods."With school systems designed for the majority of students that progress at the same pace, my wife and I knew that he would need more time and assistance t...

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It IT'S AN EDUCATIONAL REVOLUTION: HOW AI IS TRANSFORMING UNIVERSITY LIFE

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Apr 17, 2019

Beacon is unlike any other member of staff at Staffordshire University. It is available 24/7 to answer students’ questions, and deals with a number of queries every day – mostly the same ones over and over again – but always stays incredibly patient.That patience is perhaps what gi...

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How YouthQuest Brings STEM Education to At-Risk Youth HOW YOUTHQUEST BRINGS STEM EDUCATION TO AT-RISK YOUTH

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Apr 17, 2019

It was a field trip into the workplace of disruptive technologies you might expect for an affluent high school or college student. They headed to Terrapin Works, the University of Maryland’s 3D printing center, to study the various uses and equipment of their newly formed 3D printing skills to...

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CAN YOU CREATE EPIC DIGITAL LEARNING CONTENT? CAN YOU CREATE EPIC DIGITAL LEARNING CONTENT?

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Apr 17, 2019

You might be able to create epic, or at least nearly heroic, digital learning content, but should you? Being crafty isn’t easy. Being tech-creative is even harder. Social media videos may have led you to believe that a little inspiration can turn anyone into a hobbyist with skills that Martha ...

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Measuring Learning in the Moment: The KPIs of VR Training MEASURING LEARNING IN THE MOMENT: THE KPIS OF VR TRAINING

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Apr 17, 2019

Eighty-seven percent of employees across generations say career development is extremely important to them, yet only 36 percent of those new to the workforce feel they’ve been given the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in their roles.Companies on the Fortune 500 are quickly realizing t...

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Improve Your Capacity for Learning Right Now IMPROVE YOUR CAPACITY FOR LEARNING RIGHT NOW

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Apr 17, 2019

Seizing your learning opportunities today is so important. You have to do as much as you can to look at what it takes to improve your study skills and learn as much as you can. Education matters, and this is what is going to open a lot of doors for the future. It’s this reason that makes learn...

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Is a college education worth it? Grads are divided IS A COLLEGE EDUCATION WORTH IT? GRADS ARE DIVIDED

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Apr 16, 2019

A college education is likely one of the biggest expenses you’ll face in your lifetime.For many, it also requires going deep into debt. Seven in 10 seniors graduate in the red, owing about $30,000 per borrower, according to the most recent data from the Institute for College Access & Succe...

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Waterford-based VR Education to create up to 10 new jobs WATERFORD-BASED VR EDUCATION TO CREATE UP TO 10 NEW JOBS

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Apr 16, 2019

VR Education was founded by husband-and-wife team David and Sandra Whelan. The company last year raised £6m in a listing on Dublin’s Enterprise Securities Market and the AIM in London.Its Immersive VR Education platform provides VR content that can be used in schools, colleges, universit...

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Innovation in higher-education INNOVATION IN HIGHER-EDUCATION

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Apr 16, 2019

Southern New Hampshire University has a traditional campus as well as a large online community. President Paul LeBlanc says he takes pride in the level of service they provide their students. Lasell College president, Michael B. Alexander says despite these demographic and financial challenges, ther...

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Advancing STEM Through Robotics Education ADVANCING STEM THROUGH ROBOTICS EDUCATION

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Apr 16, 2019

Robotics engineers believe that one-third of the world’s job will be automated in the nearest future. This, however, doesn’t mean that life will soon be like “The Jetsons.” As technological developments have done in the past, the next generation of robots utilizing artificial...

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An elusive educational quest AN ELUSIVE EDUCATIONAL QUEST

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Apr 16, 2019

Research is the cornerstone of great institutions. Without it, a professor should not be eligible to teach at the university level as he/she will not be in a position to teach anything new to the students other than what is available in textbooks. The only benchmark to judge the quality of a univers...

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Keeping up with digital learning KEEPING UP WITH DIGITAL LEARNING

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Apr 16, 2019

One of the concerns often expressed by parents, especially of primary students, is the trend towards students doing work online, whether that is at school or at home. Increasingly, parents feel homework becomes a bit of a guessing game because they cannot always ‘monitor’ what is being l...

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A cultural education: online courses gain popularity among professionals A CULTURAL EDUCATION: ONLINE COURSES GAIN POPULARITY AMONG PROFESSIONALS

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Apr 16, 2019

Today, it’s possible to study an array of fascinating subjects taught by world-leading experts from absolutely anywhere on the planet – for free. Online platforms have unleashed fountains of knowledge to anyone keen to learn.Of particular note are Coursera and edX, which have partnered u...

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5 Considerations for Buying Classroom Technology 5 CONSIDERATIONS FOR BUYING CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY

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Apr 16, 2019

As the vast selection of technology solutions for education continues to grow, K–12 schools find it harder to decide on which products to invest in. Districts want to know the money budgeted for technology integration will provide the best outcomes for their particular schools’ needs. Th...

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THE RISE OF THE ROBOT TEACHER THE RISE OF THE ROBOT TEACHER

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Apr 16, 2019

Many homemakers use a Roomba or a iRobot to sweep their floors daily. Talk robot companions like Tapia serve as useful companions who alert, remind, encourage and support their owners in domestic capacities. Interactive robots are making their way into schools, as well. Finland and other countries, ...

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YOU PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA, WHAT ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S? YOU PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA, WHAT ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S?

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Apr 15, 2019

Data collection on students begins the moment you enroll your child in school. You must provide their social security or state-issued ID number, date of birth, race and ethnicity, socio-economic status if qualifying for free and reduced lunch, and history of immunizations.The school also has your ad...

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Education department to start training teachers on coding EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO START TRAINING TEACHERS ON CODING

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Apr 15, 2019

As the government moves to prepare the country for the fourth industrial revolution, the department of basic education says it will soon begin training teachers for a new coding curriculum. Concerns have been raised previously that SA’s education and labour system appears to not be ready for t...

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Empowering Teachers Means Freedom Says White House Hopeful Pete Buttigieg EMPOWERING TEACHERS MEANS FREEDOM SAYS WHITE HOUSE HOPEFUL PETE BUTTIGIEG

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Apr 15, 2019

Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., is officially running for the Democratic nomination for president, and he has a message for educators: You are more than a statistic. At his official campaign kickoff rally on Sunday, Buttigieg ticked off a host of reasons why the Democratic Party embra...

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School Integration Champions Say Broad Support on Capitol Hill Is Possible SCHOOL INTEGRATION CHAMPIONS SAY BROAD SUPPORT ON CAPITOL HILL IS POSSIBLE

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Apr 15, 2019

Can advocates for school integration leverage local control as a winning argument in Congress? The answer to that over the long term could be key to some Democrats' biggest, and perhaps one of their most aspirational, policy goals in Washington. Last week, advocates and elected leaders hosted a ...

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What Should K-12 Students Know About Artificial Intelligence? New Standards Are in the Works WHAT SHOULD K-12 STUDENTS KNOW ABOUT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE? NEW STANDARDS ARE IN THE WORKS

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Apr 15, 2019

At least some of them boasted that they’re already using it—or that they’re on the cusp of doing so.While the ed-tech sector’s interest in AI is no surprise, it’s important to recognize that in the K-12 landscape, discussions of the fast-emerging technology are generall...

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Is AI Futuristic Education to Make Career? IS AI FUTURISTIC EDUCATION TO MAKE CAREER?

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Apr 15, 2019

The learning methods are undergoing revamping procedure. AI, machine learning and speech-technologies have configured it. Despite being in the nascent stage, the concept of e-education through AI based apps and software is emerging with promising results and futuristic vision of quicker and easier v...

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Applying Capital Grants for Education APPLYING CAPITAL GRANTS FOR EDUCATION

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Apr 15, 2019

Capital grants in education are used for one-time capital expenses that directly enhance a school’s ability to serve its students and achieve its mission. Grants may be used for such purposes as facility improvements, vehicles, equipment purchases and other non-expendable assets. Many times, f...

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Who does the choosing under school choice? WHO DOES THE CHOOSING UNDER SCHOOL CHOICE?

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Apr 15, 2019

Nearly everyone would agree that every child should have access to a high-quality education, yet there is little consensus for how to make this a reality. Many education reformers believe school choice can help. School choice, broadly defined, proposes that parents can choose to send their children ...

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Digital Literacy Programs Prepare Students for a Tech-Enabled Future DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAMS PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A TECH-ENABLED FUTURE

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Apr 15, 2019

K–12 students have more access to the internet than ever, thanks to the multitude of personal devices at their fingertips. Kids aged 8–18 years old are in front of screens for seven hours every day on average, CBS News reports. With 95 percent of teenagers in possession of mobile devices...

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How $5 Billion Could Provide a Great Education for Every Kid on Earth HOW $5 BILLION COULD PROVIDE A GREAT EDUCATION FOR EVERY KID ON EARTH

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Apr 15, 2019

“Exponential technology is changing faster than we are,” said a philanthropic advisor, “how could philanthropy accelerate progress in career readiness?”With such high challenge, so many restrictions (both policies and traditions), and new demands to be lean and agile, it&rsqu...

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ASU+GSV where EdTech History is Made ASU+GSV WHERE EDTECH HISTORY IS MADE

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Apr 15, 2019

This year we sponsored and participated in the ASU GSV summit which is THE industry catalyst for raising learning and career opportunities through scaled innovation.  According to Forbes, ASU GSV is the best conference “to get a lay of the land and spot promising new ideas” within t...

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7 Types Of LMS Support Services To Consider 7 TYPES OF LMS SUPPORT SERVICES TO CONSIDER

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Apr 14, 2019

You may not foresee any issues with your new LMS, but you never know what data migration issues, glitches, and authentication errors lie ahead. As such, LMS support services should be a top priority. The trick is finding one that offers the ideal level of support in your price range. While some may ...

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To Read Or Not To Read: Text In An Online World TO READ OR NOT TO READ: TEXT IN AN ONLINE WORLD

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Apr 14, 2019

Does text have a place in online courses? If so, how do we overcome the off-putting nature of the text and the many challenges of reading online? In this article, Mary Burns shares some of the challenges associated with text-based content and design and instructional strategies to address such chall...

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Not enough jobs for science graduates challenges STEM hype NOT ENOUGH JOBS FOR SCIENCE GRADUATES CHALLENGES STEM HYPE

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Apr 14, 2019

Job opportunities for university science graduates have failed to match the push to get more students to study science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects, warn policy experts.University of Sydney head of business analytics John Buchanan said while STEM skills were important to s...

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The rising cost of higher education THE RISING COST OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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Apr 13, 2019

There are more opportunities to attend college today than ever before, but get- ting an education is also more expensive than in years past. The price tag of college has climbed steadily since the 1980s, as college tuition and fees have increased 1,120 percent since records began in 1978, according ...

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How to successfully use digital signage in K-12 education HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY USE DIGITAL SIGNAGE IN K-12 EDUCATION

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Apr 12, 2019

Most school digital signage systems are run by admin staff who have a lot to balance. Their bosses are telling them to use the most cost-effective means possible to communicate with their target audiences, and there are three distinct groups to communicate with: teachers, parents and students. Each ...

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MACHINE LEARNING IS ABOUT TO CHANGE EVERYTHING IN EDUCATION MACHINE LEARNING IS ABOUT TO CHANGE EVERYTHING IN EDUCATION

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Apr 12, 2019

Chances are good that you engage with AI on a regular basis, without realizing how much interaction you have with machine intelligence and machine learning.Predictive text and autocorrect, for example, have streamlined communication, making it no longer necessary to hunt and peck at keys to assemble...

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The World’s Best Universities for Financial Education THE WORLD’S BEST UNIVERSITIES FOR FINANCIAL EDUCATION

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Apr 12, 2019

If you are a student of finance and want to pursue your studies in this area, then you definitely need to go for the best institutions out there.You need an institution where you can get time to find finance homework help to advance your learning efforts. Creating a collaborative atmosphere of learn...

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The Impact Of Online Assessment On The Educational Sector THE IMPACT OF ONLINE ASSESSMENT ON THE EDUCATIONAL SECTOR

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Apr 12, 2019

Online assessment is a significant technological advancement that should be involved in the education system. Conducting tests nowadays should not be stressful as technology has revolutionized the whole education system. Conducting assessments online has become easier today as there is no requiremen...

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HOW TECHNOLOGICAL SINGULARITY WILL CHANGE SCHOOLS HOW TECHNOLOGICAL SINGULARITY WILL CHANGE SCHOOLS

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Apr 11, 2019

John von Neumann was the first to see it coming: eventually, the capacity of machine intelligence would surpass that of the human race. His work with algorithms and quantum mechanics opened the door for exponential growth in computers. As people and computers raced toward super-intelligence, compute...

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The Costs of Securing Africa’s Future Through STEM Education THE COSTS OF SECURING AFRICA’S FUTURE THROUGH STEM EDUCATION

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Apr 11, 2019

From Lagos to Dakar, conversations abound about the future of work and how innovation continues to disrupt what we think we know. New technologies like artificial intelligence and robotics still generate understandable uncertainty about what roles humans will be able to play in the labour force in a...

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How K–12 Schools Should Define and Act on Digital Learning HOW K–12 SCHOOLS SHOULD DEFINE AND ACT ON DIGITAL LEARNING

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Apr 11, 2019

We could go around any room of educators, ask what they think blended learning means, and get hundreds of different answers. In the Pickerington Local School District, when we decided to modernize our teaching and learning methods and enhance those skills with technology, we knew we had to first pro...

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HOW TECHNOLOGY IS BEING USED IN DIGITAL LEARNING HOW TECHNOLOGY IS BEING USED IN DIGITAL LEARNING

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Apr 11, 2019

In today’s digital age, it may come as no surprise that technology is changing the way we, as a society, perform daily tasks, interact with the world at large and more importantly, how we learn and retain information.The elearning, or online learning industry is experiencing a boom and is proj...

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Teaching empathy for better learning outcomes TEACHING EMPATHY FOR BETTER LEARNING OUTCOMES

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Apr 11, 2019

In the previous installment of this series on empathy in schools, we had a look at how teachers can manage their classroom better by adopting a more empathic mindset. As I promised last time, I am now delving into the concept of empathy in the classroom as a way to improve the learning process. All ...

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How technology can help improve education HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP IMPROVE EDUCATION

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Apr 11, 2019

While we often hear about the negative effects of excessive screen time and the dangers of social media, we don’t always hear about the positive ways technology makes a difference in our lives, especially when it comes to learning. When used well, technology can help improve education for stud...

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How to Use Your LMS to Create a Learning Culture HOW TO USE YOUR LMS TO CREATE A LEARNING CULTURE

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Apr 11, 2019

And the first step toward integration and a successful digital transformation strategy is creating a learning culture amongst employees to help them continuously learn new skills and stay up to date with the latest technology. Your Learning Management System (LMS) plays a central role in creating th...

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5 Ways to Safeguard Student Information 5 WAYS TO SAFEGUARD STUDENT INFORMATION

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Apr 10, 2019

Schools handle a wide variety of sensitive information concerning students and their families. Laws, regulations and ethical obligations require administrators to take active measures to protect that information from unauthorized disclosure. That warrants a combination of technical and process contr...

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How important is technology in education? HOW IMPORTANT IS TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION?

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Apr 10, 2019

Education is key to achieving the necessary knowledge, morals, skills, and values that children need before heading into the real world. It’s also important to be able to educate students as efficiently and effectively as possible, as well as being able to accurately assess their performance a...

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How a Texas School District Took Personalized Learning From Vision to Reality HOW A TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICT TOOK PERSONALIZED LEARNING FROM VISION TO REALITY

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Apr 10, 2019

Every parent wants their child to grow up to be healthy, happy, and successful. Research shows that 75% of parents expect their child to earn a college degree. In Pasadena Independent School District, just outside of Houston, Texas, we—like any community—want our young people to have acc...

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BLENDED LEARNING EXPLAINED: MODELS, BENEFITS, AND HOW TO START BLENDED LEARNING EXPLAINED: MODELS, BENEFITS, AND HOW TO START

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Apr 10, 2019

Technology has an enormous impact on our lives, and it is present in almost all fields of our activities. Obviously, we won’t be throwing a farewell party for it any time soon.The learning and teaching methods have been influenced by new tools, digital access to information, which created a br...

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12 Institutes of Technology created for further education 12 INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOGY CREATED FOR FURTHER EDUCATION

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Apr 10, 2019

The UK Government has announced the creation of 12 Institutes of Technology that will allow students over the age of 16 to study for technical qualifications as an alternative to a university education.It said their creation should help to cover the gaps in STEM education in the UK and prevent some ...

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Forging Pathways to Purposeful Work: The Role of Higher Education FORGING PATHWAYS TO PURPOSEFUL WORK: THE ROLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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Apr 10, 2019

Discover actionable findings colleges and universities can use to enhance the undergraduate student experience and increase graduates' likelihood of finding both meaning and success in their work. Representing the views of more than 2,000 college graduates, 600 hiring managers and 1,000 parents ...

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EDTECH INNOVATORS, PROJECTS AND APPS TO KNOW EDTECH INNOVATORS, PROJECTS AND APPS TO KNOW

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Apr 10, 2019

Every year technology introduces the hottest trends in education, and educators are never disappointed with possibilities for student learning.While most people anticipate the ways in which augmented and virtual reality will change the education landscape, edtech entrepreneurs suggest that’s o...

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15 Best Online Resources for College Students 15 BEST ONLINE RESOURCES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

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Apr 10, 2019

Online resources have made an entire revolution in education, not only because they are convenient and accessible, but because they make the entire process of teaching and learning more interesting and memorable. There are free and paid online resources for college students and they usually compleme...

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Understanding the Role of Onsite and Online Assessments in Blended Learning UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF ONSITE AND ONLINE ASSESSMENTS IN BLENDED LEARNING

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Apr 10, 2019

You want to test your learners on their ability to assemble a car engine. Would you like to do this assessment onsite (in a classroom setting) or online? Of course, the best platform to deliver this assessment is a classroom environment. A blended learning approach in corporate training offers you t...

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How blended learning helped solve an algebra challenge HOW BLENDED LEARNING HELPED SOLVE AN ALGEBRA CHALLENGE

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Apr 10, 2019

When it comes to math, our school is not unlike so many others. Too many students fail and, consequently, retake Algebra 1. Those retaking the course struggle through it, passing at a rate not indicative of mastery. Without a strong foundation in algebra, they are in for a challenging journey throug...

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How Low-Cost IoT Solutions Can Improve the Student Experience HOW LOW-COST IOT SOLUTIONS CAN IMPROVE THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE

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Apr 10, 2019

Implementing the Internet of Things (IoT) on campus doesn't have to be a high-budget affair. By focusing on low-cost solutions and quick wins, the College of Staten Island (CSI) has found a number of ways to assist and support students throughout their academic journey. These include open source...

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4 Common Challenges When Developing Your Mobile Learning Strategy 4 COMMON CHALLENGES WHEN DEVELOPING YOUR MOBILE LEARNING STRATEGY

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Apr 09, 2019

Developing a mobile learning strategy isn’t as simple as it sounds, and you may encounter some challenges along the way, but a solid strategy is the foundation of any change in approach to learning in your organisation. Here are a few common challenges, and how you can overcome them. The imple...

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The Value of Health Systems Science Education THE VALUE OF HEALTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE EDUCATION

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Apr 09, 2019

Awareness of factors outside the clinic or hospital has increasingly necessitated changes in medical education. In a recent article published in the AMA Journal of Ethics, the authors enumerated the values of health systems science. Since the 1990s, there has been a larger focus on medical errors an...

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Will your preschooler be ready? Get a Head Start on education WILL YOUR PRESCHOOLER BE READY? GET A HEAD START ON EDUCATION

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Apr 09, 2019

The Manchester Southern New Hampshire Services Head Start program is now taking applications for the 2019-2020 school year.  Head Start provides a great preschool experience for children 3-4 years of age at no cost to families. Children must be 3 by September 30 and families must meet income gu...

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EDUCATION NEEDS AI AS A MIND MULTIPLIER EDUCATION NEEDS AI AS A MIND MULTIPLIER

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Apr 09, 2019

New technologies change how we work. Each time a new technology enters the workforce, we lament the loss of jobs, but in reality, the jobs don’t go away. They become opportunities to engage in critical thinking and problem-solving.The advent of artificial intelligence brings similar concerns, ...

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Four trends that will shape education sector in 2019 FOUR TRENDS THAT WILL SHAPE EDUCATION SECTOR IN 2019

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Apr 09, 2019

The education sector is set for digital disruption with four key emerging trends that will collectively change how students learn and educators teach. The education market in UAE is set to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.74 percent during the period 2018-2022, said an industry expe...

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Can Learning Analytics Improve Learning? Researchers Discuss at AERA CAN LEARNING ANALYTICS IMPROVE LEARNING? RESEARCHERS DISCUSS AT AERA

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Apr 09, 2019

Underlying much of the ed-tech world is a belief that collecting and mining massive amounts of data can help educators better understand who their students are, what they have learned, and what instruction and supports they need.But does it work? Or is it mostly hype?Three leaders in the field discu...

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Digital humanities in the K-12 classroom DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN THE K-12 CLASSROOM

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Apr 09, 2019

The suggestion when it comes to dabbling in DH (Digital Humanities) in the classroom is to take an exploratory, curious and light approach. Don’t try to tackle all of the concepts and techniques in one go, but rather allow your students to “play” with the tools. In that vein I will...

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Why Do Working Professionals Choose an Online Degree Program? WHY DO WORKING PROFESSIONALS CHOOSE AN ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAM?

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Apr 08, 2019

Working professionals face a challenge in the effort to maintain their careers while also furthering their education. More people are turning to online degree programs for a variety of reasons, including flexibility, the variety of course offerings, the ability to apply what they learn immediately o...

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Personalized Learning Advice From a Learning Scientist: 5 Questions K-12 Leaders Should Be Asking PERSONALIZED LEARNING ADVICE FROM A LEARNING SCIENTIST: 5 QUESTIONS K-12 LEADERS SHOULD BE ASKING

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Apr 08, 2019

How can the science of learning help schools that are part of the personalized-learning movement? Richard Halverson is glad you asked. “This is a multi-functional model for schooling. Schools want to produce good outcomes, but they also want to invite student interest," he said. "The...

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New NASA-funded program to train K-12 students in STEM fields NEW NASA-FUNDED PROGRAM TO TRAIN K-12 STUDENTS IN STEM FIELDS

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Apr 08, 2019

NASA has awarded the University of California, Riverside a grant of $320,000 to launch a research and training program in STEM fields aimed at enhancing K-12 students’ experiences outside school hours.  Titled “Launch Pad from High School to NASA: A Research and Training Program in ...

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The 6 Themes that will Impact the Future of L&D in New Zealand THE 6 THEMES THAT WILL IMPACT THE FUTURE OF L&D IN NEW ZEALAND

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Apr 08, 2019

As a profession, L&D is undergoing extraordinary change. L&D professionals must determine how best to manage these seismic transformations both personally and professionally. A recent gathering of over 40 L&D professionals in locations across New Zealand was the ideal setting for reflect...

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WHY EFFECTIVE SCHOOL LEADERS DELEGATE AUTHORITY WHY EFFECTIVE SCHOOL LEADERS DELEGATE AUTHORITY

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Apr 08, 2019

Some principals fall into the trap of attempting to be superman or superwomen, working crazy hours, and handling most of the administrative tasks themselves. In the end, they end up burning themselves out and being forced to retire early because of health concerns. There is no viable leadership pipe...

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How has education policy changed under the Coalition government? HOW HAS EDUCATION POLICY CHANGED UNDER THE COALITION GOVERNMENT?

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Apr 08, 2019

The Coalition’s approach to schooling policy since the 2016 election has primarily focused on its Quality Schools agenda. This centres on increased funding (A$307.7 billion in total school recurrent funding from 2018 to 2029). It also attempts to steer national reform in areas such as teaching...

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Workspace Education: A Creative Approach to Competency- and Project-Based Science WORKSPACE EDUCATION: A CREATIVE APPROACH TO COMPETENCY- AND PROJECT-BASED SCIENCE

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Apr 08, 2019

Project-based learning is one of the most promising and scalable strategies for enabling deeper learning available to most schools across the nation. Particularly when centered around extended challenges, PBL helps students develop skills and mindsets that will serve them for the rest of their lives...

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Studio-Based Learning and Self-Directed Students at NuVu STUDIO-BASED LEARNING AND SELF-DIRECTED STUDENTS AT NUVU

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Apr 07, 2019

Use a design process to solve complex challenges using creativity, critical thinking and collaboration. Producing real impact for real audiences. These are the critical components of the studio-based learning model at NuVu Studio  an innovation microschool school between Harvard and MIT in Camb...

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How User Design Can Impact Engagement and Learning for K-12 Students HOW USER DESIGN CAN IMPACT ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING FOR K-12 STUDENTS

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Apr 07, 2019

Today’s youth grow up with toys by their feet and smart devices in their hands. Before forming complete sentences, they are facile thumbing through apps, playing games, and watching videos. Their regular exposure to digital products at such a young age has made today’s kids uniquely crit...

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15 ways to improve education quality and student achievement with outcome-based education 15 WAYS TO IMPROVE EDUCATION QUALITY AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT WITH OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION

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Apr 07, 2019

What does improve education quality in higher education mean?With economic growth and globalization, there are debates brewing on how to improve the quality of higher education. Education programs focus on bettering student achievements. Focus on career, improve education quality, professional devel...

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A much-needed boost to quality education A MUCH-NEEDED BOOST TO QUALITY EDUCATION

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Apr 06, 2019

The education in India has suffered immensely over the years due to short sighted approach, withdrawal of state funding and indiscriminate privatisation, resulting in commercialisation right from the primary to higher education. The Human resource is a national asset. The negligence of education has...

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Personalizing and Empowering Special Education PERSONALIZING AND EMPOWERING SPECIAL EDUCATION

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Apr 05, 2019

Across the nation, states are facing pressure to halt charter school growth. California’s Los Angeles school district requested a state moratorium on charter schools. Oakland officials implemented a local moratorium themselves. Kentucky lawmakers refuse to fund charters, and West Virginia dele...

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Triggering innovation in the classroom with digital solutions TRIGGERING INNOVATION IN THE CLASSROOM WITH DIGITAL SOLUTIONS

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Apr 04, 2019

All through our school lives, we have been a part of traditional classrooms powered by textbooks, notebooks, black and white board, question papers, etc. While the system did well to impart knowledge in students, it often reached its limit when it came to triggering creativity and spirit of innovati...

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The benefits of an empathic mindset approach to classroom management THE BENEFITS OF AN EMPATHIC MINDSET APPROACH TO CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

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Apr 04, 2019

Empathy in a general sense is the ability to “sense other people’s emotions, coupled with the ability to imagine what someone else might be thinking or feeling.” That is, empathy drives us to better understand other people, at a cognitive level, or better yet, at a deeper, emotiona...

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Vulture Capitalism and the Future of Higher Education VULTURE CAPITALISM AND THE FUTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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Apr 04, 2019

If you haven’t read Kevin Carey’s “The Creeping Capitalist Takeover of Higher Education,” a chilling account of Online Program Managers, drop whatever you’re doing and read it right now. Many of the facts that the author offers will be familiar to anyone involved in onl...

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Why Have Education Politics Gone National? WHY HAVE EDUCATION POLITICS GONE NATIONAL?

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Apr 04, 2019

Over the last 12 months, teacher strikes and walkouts have spread across the country, including in Arizona, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and cities such as Denver, Los Angeles, and Oakland, Calif. While it is tempting to tell this story as a simple narrative about teachers pushing back against years of ...

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One Alternative Education Program’s Success with Nontraditional Students ONE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM’S SUCCESS WITH NONTRADITIONAL STUDENTS

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Apr 04, 2019

Four words represent the goal of Upper Merion Vantage Academy: “Help students achieve success.” This alternative education program offers options to nontraditional students who are struggling in a conventional classroom. Upper Merion works with public school districts to reach out to stu...

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How Professional Development and Networks for Teacher Support Can Enable Personalized Learning HOW PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND NETWORKS FOR TEACHER SUPPORT CAN ENABLE PERSONALIZED LEARNING

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Apr 03, 2019

As more schools, districts, and states implement personalized learning strategies, the focus has shifted from plug and play technology solutions to rethinking the structure of the classroom as we know it. So how are states moving forward with personalized learning initiatives? A major part of person...

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New technologies are vitally important for K-12 schools NEW TECHNOLOGIES ARE VITALLY IMPORTANT FOR K-12 SCHOOLS

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Apr 03, 2019

We talk about digital transformation but we have little idea about the supersonic speed at which we are transforming. What once seemed fantastic and in the realm of science fiction is an everyday reality now.With these rapid changes in technology, adapting and embracing new teaching practices are ne...

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HOW TO TEACH ADAPTIVE SKILLS AND SOFT SKILLS TO K-12 STUDENTS HOW TO TEACH ADAPTIVE SKILLS AND SOFT SKILLS TO K-12 STUDENTS

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Apr 03, 2019

A significant role of teachers is to help students learn soft skills and adaptive skills as a means of preventing behavioral problems. Yet, because of the many responsibilities’ teachers have (e.g., delivering lectures, correcting homework, keeping records, attending staff meetings and profess...

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8 KEYS TO BECOMING AN EFFECTIVE EDUCATION ADMINISTRATOR 8 KEYS TO BECOMING AN EFFECTIVE EDUCATION ADMINISTRATOR

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Apr 03, 2019

The teacher turnover rate is something that you own. If there is a high rate of teacher turnover in your school building each year, then you have a significant problem. If you don’t correct this, you will have difficulty convincing the best teachers to work in one of your classrooms. Your scho...

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STEM Students Should Learn How to Write STEM STUDENTS SHOULD LEARN HOW TO WRITE

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Apr 03, 2019

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students do not see the significance of writing well. The majority believe that writing skills are for other majors such as liberal arts and humanities among others. Additionally, most education systemsin the worldgroup or categorize students based o...

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Here HERE'S WHERE THE EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT STANDS

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Apr 03, 2019

The Every Student Succeeds Act turned three years old in December, but only recently have many districts and schools begun to experience the law's impact. That’s because states and districts have only just started identifying low-performing schools. Those schools are starting to create pla...

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Augmented Reality in Kindergarten? AUGMENTED REALITY IN KINDERGARTEN?

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Apr 02, 2019

Over the last decade, the education sector has experienced enormous change. Amidst this, one of the most contended areas of discussion has been around the introduction of technology to children as young as 3. The adoption of STEM education across the globe has quickly filtered down to our littlest l...

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HOW IMPACT INVESTING ADVANCES EDTECH INNOVATIONS HOW IMPACT INVESTING ADVANCES EDTECH INNOVATIONS

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Apr 02, 2019

Investing and innovating in edtech is about more than the money. Conscientious edtech innovators want to know that they’re also making a difference, not just now, but in the future. So do the investors funding the innovations.That’s why innovators and investors have turned to impact inve...

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Digital humanities in Higher Education DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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Apr 02, 2019

We left off pondering what digital humanities are and how — especially in higher education — advanced cross-sections between the written word and digital technology are creating new areas of study in the humanities.The field is in fact not as new as one might imagine. In the 1940s pionee...

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How Teachers Can Revolutionize the Future of Education HOW TEACHERS CAN REVOLUTIONIZE THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION

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Apr 02, 2019

When it comes to educational innovations to prepare students for the future, Yong Zhao, foundation distinguished professor at the University of Kansas School of Education, believes educators are stuck in a loop. “Today when we talk about education, we only talk about three things: the curricul...

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3 CONCEPTS TEACHERS NEED TO KNOW TO CREATE A CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM 3 CONCEPTS TEACHERS NEED TO KNOW TO CREATE A CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM

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Apr 02, 2019

Teachers are essential to the success of all students, regardless of their race or culture. Children often view teachers as mentors and role models in their lives. Through their actions, teachers send messages to children about whether they are accepted and competent enough to accomplish the tasks t...

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EFFECTIVE SCHOOL LEADERS UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYONE’S INPUT HAS VALUE EFFECTIVE SCHOOL LEADERS UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYONE’S INPUT HAS VALUE

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Apr 02, 2019

Schools are a lot like companies, in the sense that innovation and creativity are vitally important. However, some principals believe that they know it all, and refuse to listen to others, even in dark times, which stifles the creativity of their staff. A great idea is a great idea, and the principa...

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Extended Reality & Immersive Learning Environments EXTENDED REALITY & IMMERSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

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Apr 02, 2019

XR or Extended Reality refers to technology-mediated experiences that combine digital and biological realities. Technology that supports the creation of XR includes a wide range of hardware and software including sensory interfaces, applications, and infrastructures. These enable content creation fo...

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6 Reasons Why Online Courses Are the Future of Education 6 REASONS WHY ONLINE COURSES ARE THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION

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Apr 01, 2019

The digital world has brought a lot of innovations to all businesses across the globe. Education is one of those business areas that the digital world has dramatically affected and continues to impact positively daily.An article in Forbes notes that traditional educational institutions will struggle...

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How to Get Students Interacting with Test Questions HOW TO GET STUDENTS INTERACTING WITH TEST QUESTIONS

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Apr 01, 2019

Sure you’ve noticed that student interest perks up whenever there’s a mention of potential test questions. I wonder if we could be taking more advantage of that interest. Truth be told, we should be as interested in these questions as students are. Studying by using questions is an evide...

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Smart Review | The Promise and Implications of Artificial Intelligence in Education SMART REVIEW | THE PROMISE AND IMPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EDUCATION

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Apr 01, 2019

The What section makes a case for the necessity to focus on a broad and deep, versatile education as a hedge against uncertain futures, which means a reinvigorated focus on the deeper learning goals of a modern education: Versatility for robustness to face life and work;Relevance for applicability, ...

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5 Ways to Personalize Learning with Project-Based Learning 5 WAYS TO PERSONALIZE LEARNING WITH PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

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Apr 01, 2019

Personalized Learning maybe one of the most widely used education catchphrases in an attempt to capture what is truly changing about what and how students can and could learn. The challenge is whether this is just another education fad or something that will become foundational in the necessary tran...

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Can Blockchain Dramatically Change the Educational System? CAN BLOCKCHAIN DRAMATICALLY CHANGE THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM?

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Apr 01, 2019

With the advent of the Internet, it was clear that education was about to go through a significant paradigm shift and shift it did. In our connected world, the portrait of the modern classroom has been truly transformed. Over time, new technologies have made it even easier to maintain the kind of co...

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Best Practices in Microlearning BEST PRACTICES IN MICROLEARNING

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Apr 01, 2019

Today’s workplace is saturated with diverse ways of thinking, working, and communicating. Traditional corporate functionalities are being challenged every day by employees who are pushing organizations toward creating a more dynamic and flexible work environment in which they personally feel v...

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4 Advantages of E-Learning Over Traditional Classroom Learning 4 ADVANTAGES OF E-LEARNING OVER TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM LEARNING

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Apr 01, 2019

However, if we precisely talk about E-learning then it refers to access the educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom.  In most cases, it is a course, program or degree delivered completely online. It is interactive as you can communicate with your professors or other students. ...

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AI IS THE NEW TOOL FOR A REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION AI IS THE NEW TOOL FOR A REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION

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Apr 01, 2019

Education has not had a make-over in over a century. Some schools still advocate for factory-style instruction. Bureaucratic red tape and top-down initiatives consume teachers’ time, leaving little left for instruction. No industry is more ready for a revolution than education.The fourth revol...

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Is Technology In Education A Step Towards Progress? IS TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION A STEP TOWARDS PROGRESS?

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Mar 31, 2019

The introduction of technology in the field of education has played a major role in facilitating the teaching practices and methodologies of teachers and practitioners all around the globe.Students get a chance to interact with their surroundings and not just be enclosed within the four walls of the...

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USE OF AI AND VR IN THE INDIAN EDUCATION SECTOR USE OF AI AND VR IN THE INDIAN EDUCATION SECTOR

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Mar 30, 2019

It’s not hot news that India has an intense lack of teachers at elementary, secondary and even at the more elevated levels of schools. As indicated by the numbers given by the Human Resource and Development (HRD) Ministry of India in 2016, there is a lack of 1 million educators across the nati...

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5 Republics You Should Consider For Higher Education 5 REPUBLICS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

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Mar 29, 2019

So do you want to study overseas? When it comes to studying overseas, the universe is truly your oyster. With intercontinental travel getting easier and universities developing exchange programmes all over the blue-green ball, you will be spoilt for choice when deciding where to study abroad.Here we...

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K–12 Modern Learning Environments Can Be Built Outside of the Classroom K–12 MODERN LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS CAN BE BUILT OUTSIDE OF THE CLASSROOM

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Mar 29, 2019

Over the past several years, schools throughout the country have embraced a modern learning environment approach to classroom design, incorporating devices for students and teachers, advanced audiovisual tools and flexible furniture to create dynamic, student-centered learning spaces.Those initiativ...

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Defining Augmented Reality’s Role in the Classroom DEFINING AUGMENTED REALITY’S ROLE IN THE CLASSROOM

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Mar 29, 2019

People often ask what augmented reality (AR) means and how it is different from virtual reality (VR). AR is a technology which literally “augments,” or adds to, your reality and your visual space. It essentially adds a new layer of visual information to it. Whereas virtual reality involv...

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What is a personalized learning plan? WHAT IS A PERSONALIZED LEARNING PLAN?

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Mar 28, 2019

Diversity and inclusion. Differentiated instruction and the Common Core. Learning differences and standardized tests. We live in a time in which these conflicting ideas coexist within an educational setting. How is that even possible? Reconciling diversity with a single definition or measure of achi...

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Evolution of school principal training: Lessons from Latin America EVOLUTION OF SCHOOL PRINCIPAL TRAINING: LESSONS FROM LATIN AMERICA

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Mar 28, 2019

Addressing the global learning crisis requires improving the experience of young students, to help them learn more and progress further in their education.  Principals are at the heart of shaping that experience – from the cleanliness of the building, to the way that students and teachers...

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Technology-Driven Higher Education: Are We Addressing Ethical Issues? TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN HIGHER EDUCATION: ARE WE ADDRESSING ETHICAL ISSUES?

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Mar 28, 2019

Last two decades have witnessed significant increase in adoption and integration of technology in all levels of education, including higher education. In context of higher education, the technology interface can be viewed from the three perspectives: first, the use of technology in support processes...

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BLENDED ISN’T JUST ABOUT ONLINE LEARNING—IT’S MAKING SPACE FOR REAL-WORLD RELATIONSHIPS BLENDED ISN’T JUST ABOUT ONLINE LEARNING—IT’S MAKING SPACE FOR REAL-WORLD RELATIONSHIPS

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Mar 28, 2019

Blended learning is helping to unshackle schools from the one-teacher one-classroom model and usher in more creative and diverse instructional approaches. Beyond just restructuring the classroom, blended-learning models are starting to open up new connections and diversify students’ networks. ...

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Personalized Learning in the Blended College Classroom: What You Need to Know PERSONALIZED LEARNING IN THE BLENDED COLLEGE CLASSROOM: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

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Mar 28, 2019

The blended classroom is on the rise in higher education, and research shows that students and staff alike are gravitating toward this model of learning in the name of increased engagement, efficiency, and overall learning outcomes.But along with the benefits of blended learning comes a new set of c...

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How VR Enhances the Business School Experience HOW VR ENHANCES THE BUSINESS SCHOOL EXPERIENCE

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Mar 28, 2019

IN A CLASSROOM AT THE Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, graduate business students are engaged in a complex virtual reality exercise. Using World Climate, a simulated role-playing game, they have been assigned roles as United Nations delegates from different countr...

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6 WAYS TEACHERS SHOULD RESPOND TO ACADEMIC AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS 6 WAYS TEACHERS SHOULD RESPOND TO ACADEMIC AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS

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Mar 28, 2019

To be an effective teacher, it’s essential to be able to respond to academic failure and misbehavior in all students. If you attempt to instruct and discipline all children based on your own cultural frame of reference, you are setting yourself up for failure. Culturally diverse children resen...

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Blockchain’s Potential for Education BLOCKCHAIN’S POTENTIAL FOR EDUCATION

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Mar 28, 2019

At the fundamental level, blockchain is a form of distributed ledger technology that allows parties to share information with each other through a controlled system that manages transactions. In the education space, the technology has the potential to revolutionize how school districts share and mai...

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How to use technology to better prepare students for the workforce HOW TO USE TECHNOLOGY TO BETTER PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE WORKFORCE

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Mar 28, 2019

Though technology is one of the most meaningful and effective learning tools out there for students, it’s ironic that there are plenty of schools around the world, including the United States, where computer deployment remains low. The use and adoption of modern educational technologies are im...

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K–12 Teachers Use Augmented and Virtual Reality Platforms to Teach Biology K–12 TEACHERS USE AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY PLATFORMS TO TEACH BIOLOGY

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Mar 28, 2019

Augmented and virtual reality tools are enhancing biology and health and wellness classes for K–12 students through safe, virtual labs and field trips that go inside the body. Growing demand for mixed reality content, to increase engagement, has sparked a wave of creativity in how immersive to...

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Virtual Reality Matures in the K–12 Classroom VIRTUAL REALITY MATURES IN THE K–12 CLASSROOM

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Mar 27, 2019

So far this school year, students in Schaumburg School District 54 have visited the Great Hall at Ellis Island, walked on the moon and experienced trench warfare during World War I.The Illinois district brought those best-ever field trips to life by deploying virtual reality kits in each of its 28 s...

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The Future Of Online Learning: Modular, Tailored, And Versatile THE FUTURE OF ONLINE LEARNING: MODULAR, TAILORED, AND VERSATILE

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Mar 27, 2019

Learners expect systems and software that fits around a busy lifestyle and career needs. For many, sitting down and taking notes from books for hours at a time isn't always practical. Instead, learning providers need to recognize that more versatile approaches that deliver knowledge in bursts an...

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Scaffolding Online Student Success SCAFFOLDING ONLINE STUDENT SUCCESS

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Mar 27, 2019

Where did it all go wrong? Professor Elavor* just wrapped up what she hoped would be a successful semester of her new online course—Introduction to Natural Sciences. Unfortunately, the course ended with a giant thud.For their final projects, students were asked to write an essay illustrating t...

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Assistive Technology: Finding the Right Resources for All Students ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY: FINDING THE RIGHT RESOURCES FOR ALL STUDENTS

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Mar 27, 2019

Finding resources for our classrooms today should seem like an easy task. When it comes to technology, there are thousands of options available within seconds by completing a simple Google search. However, with so many options, the choice can become somewhat challenging. Knowing which tools will pro...

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WHY WE NEED TO EMBRACE A MULTI-AGE, MULTI-GRADE APPROACH TO EDUCATION WHY WE NEED TO EMBRACE A MULTI-AGE, MULTI-GRADE APPROACH TO EDUCATION

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Mar 27, 2019

At the end of each year, K-8 students are either retained or promoted (many socially promoted) to the next grade. If a 5th-grade student fails math but is an A student in Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science, they are made to repeat the 5th-grade all over again and retake all of these...

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Education Research Agency Looks to Leverage Big Data, Reduce Costs EDUCATION RESEARCH AGENCY LOOKS TO LEVERAGE BIG DATA, REDUCE COSTS

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Mar 27, 2019

The Institute of Education Sciences wants more concrete details from researchers about how their work will affect student outcomes, provide cost-effective interventions, and leverage the massive amounts of data schools collect. ES' resesearch priorities, to be published in Thursday's Federal...

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7 Apps That Can Help You Pay Off Student Loans 7 APPS THAT CAN HELP YOU PAY OFF STUDENT LOANS

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Mar 27, 2019

BACK IN 2010, THE American Dialect Society, which studies the English language in North America, chose the word "app" as the word of the year. Nine years later, it seems that for just about any situation, there's an app for that. Student loan debt is no exception. In fact, there are se...

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It’s educators on the ground who change education IT’S EDUCATORS ON THE GROUND WHO CHANGE EDUCATION

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Mar 27, 2019

Imagine you’re a two-year-old, crunched down at almost eye-level with people’s feet and about to go on the most remarkable journey of one’s life: understanding the world around you. When you’re at such a young age, it’s akin to being an explorer in the olden days. Every...

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Are Teacher Shortages Worse Than We Thought? ARE TEACHER SHORTAGES WORSE THAN WE THOUGHT?

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Mar 26, 2019

The teacher shortage is "worse than we thought," researchers conclude in a new analysis of federal data. The study, published by the union-backed think tank Economic Policy Institute, argues that when indicators of teacher quality are considered—like experience, certification, and tr...

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7 Reasons To Integrate Microlearning Nuggets Into Your Mobile Learning Strategy 7 REASONS TO INTEGRATE MICROLEARNING NUGGETS INTO YOUR MOBILE LEARNING STRATEGY

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Mar 26, 2019

Microlearning is one of those terms you will have heard or read somewhere in the sphere of L&D. An especially hot topic in a professional increasingly occupied with mobile devices, microlearning is the perfect content accompaniment to adapting learning technologies. Microlearning is a form of eL...

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Teaching and reading literature in the digital age TEACHING AND READING LITERATURE IN THE DIGITAL AGE

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Mar 26, 2019

In an age of digital formats, quick texts (and the associated degradation of spelling and grammar), online content, blogs and posts, many in the education, publishing and library sectors — as well as broader cultural institutions — are wondering and worrying about the future of literatur...

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6 Tips To Choose The Best Mobile LMS To Support Your Online Training Program 6 TIPS TO CHOOSE THE BEST MOBILE LMS TO SUPPORT YOUR ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM

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Mar 26, 2019

When it comes to picking the best mobile Learning Management System (LMS) to support your online training program, it can be hard to know where to start. Luckily, we’ve picked the top 6 features we think you need to keep an eye out for to ensure you are getting the best mobile LMS option for y...

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In virtual exchange, students in California and Lebanon unite to improve refugee health IN VIRTUAL EXCHANGE, STUDENTS IN CALIFORNIA AND LEBANON UNITE TO IMPROVE REFUGEE HEALTH

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Mar 26, 2019

Traveling in person to a foreign country, either for education or community service, has been the traditional way for students to experience or aid another culture. But today, technology can connect students from distant countries in new ways, and with striking benefits.Last fall, videoconferencing ...

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E-Learning: The Next Big Change To Enhance The Learning Process E-LEARNING: THE NEXT BIG CHANGE TO ENHANCE THE LEARNING PROCESS

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Mar 26, 2019

Technology has become a major part of our life and is evolving each and everything around us. From online shopping to artificial intelligence based portfolio management, everything is now in the hands of Technology. Similarly, e-learning is another gift of Technology which is growing really popular....

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What Makes for Successful Blended Learning? WHAT MAKES FOR SUCCESSFUL BLENDED LEARNING?

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Mar 26, 2019

Blended learning, a hybrid learning strategy that utilizes both classroom and digital learning methodologies is the trend in corporate training. According to the 2018 Learning Strategy Study by Brandon Hall, 52% organizations said this approach is affective at delivering learners a tailored learning...

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How a Classroom Mix-Up Forced One Teacher to Figure out How to Mass Scale Personalized Learning HOW A CLASSROOM MIX-UP FORCED ONE TEACHER TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO MASS SCALE PERSONALIZED LEARNING

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Mar 26, 2019

How did a classroom mix-up force one professor to figure out how to mass scale personalized learning? Reported by EdSurge, when a 400-seat movie theater at San Francisco State University was no longer available for his Principles of Marketing course, Dr. Bruce Robertson had to figure out how to use ...

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9 eLearning Stats Every Student Should Know in 2019 9 ELEARNING STATS EVERY STUDENT SHOULD KNOW IN 2019

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Mar 26, 2019

The rise of modern technologies affects our lives, so it’s no wonder it has an impact on traditional teaching methods. Living in the digital era, eLearning isn’t a new concept even though many students are afraid of giving it a try: lack of control, social isolation, and low motivation a...

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Schools are asking students to bring digital devices to class, but are they actually being used? SCHOOLS ARE ASKING STUDENTS TO BRING DIGITAL DEVICES TO CLASS, BUT ARE THEY ACTUALLY BEING USED?

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Mar 26, 2019

It’s been over ten years since Kevin Rudd’s Digital Education Revolution placed small laptops (also called Rudd-tops) into the hands of every Year 9 and up Australian student. Once the scheme was deemed unsustainable, for obvious reasons, many schools brought in a “bring your own d...

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EDUCATION CUSTOMIZED TO YOUR GENOME IS COMING, BUT I DON’T KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT IT EDUCATION CUSTOMIZED TO YOUR GENOME IS COMING, BUT I DON’T KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT IT

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Mar 26, 2019

Over the last decade, studies in human genomics have flourished. The subfield of educational genomics attempts to isolate and identify the genetic factors that determine individual differences in achievement, motivation, behavior, and intelligence. As we alluded to earlier, trying to link genetics a...

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What Happens When You Really Listen? Student Voices and Reshaping Policy WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU REALLY LISTEN? STUDENT VOICES AND RESHAPING POLICY

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Mar 25, 2019

Educators and policymakers spend a lot of time asking, "How can we better serve our students?" We hold convenings, we compile data, we collect surveys and evaluations. But how often do we ask the real experts: the students themselves?Based on our current education system, it's clear we...

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Immersive Tools Are Poised to Change Communication in K–12 Schools IMMERSIVE TOOLS ARE POISED TO CHANGE COMMUNICATION IN K–12 SCHOOLS

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Mar 25, 2019

New educational technology is revolutionizing how K–12 students and teachers engage with each other in and out of school. Online communities are certainly not new. For decades social media, online forums and messaging boards brought people together around common interests and shared goals. The...

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Should higher education go digital? SHOULD HIGHER EDUCATION GO DIGITAL?

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Mar 25, 2019

From smartphones and social media to augmented spaces and virtual reality, digital technologies are changing the ways we connect with each other and interact with our world. Higher education is no exception. Students on today’s college campuses are digital natives and bring with them expectati...

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How virtual reality can augment or distract from education HOW VIRTUAL REALITY CAN AUGMENT OR DISTRACT FROM EDUCATION

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Mar 25, 2019

As a K-12 teacher, you must always be willing to try new things — and virtual reality (VR) is an extremely promising avenue. However, given the alarming rate at which edtech startups fail, you may be understandably reluctant to jump on any particular bandwagon. Nevertheless, we continue to exp...

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How to Improve Higher Education Work-Study Programs HOW TO IMPROVE HIGHER EDUCATION WORK-STUDY PROGRAMS

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Mar 25, 2019

What if work-study programs didn’t only provide financial assistance for students, but actually prepared them for their future career paths, too?Reported by EdSurge, a new NASPA study shows that while work-study programs have high correlations with improved persistence and retention, there is ...

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HOW EDUCATION CAN LEVERAGE COGNITIVE COMPUTING HOW EDUCATION CAN LEVERAGE COGNITIVE COMPUTING

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Mar 25, 2019

Cognitive computing will transform the way schools, colleges and universities operate and deliver education services to students.But exactly what is cognitive computing?Cognitive computing differs from artificial intelligence in that it aims to simulate human thought processes through the use of sel...

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Will Special Education Come Up During DeVos WILL SPECIAL EDUCATION COME UP DURING DEVOS' BUDGET TESTIMONY?

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Mar 25, 2019

President Trump's proposed budget would cut Education Department funding by about $7 billion, or 10 percent, in fiscal 2020. But for special education, the budget proposal represents business close to usual.The proposal would keep funding flat for the major federal sources of special education m...

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How Can I Create My eLearning Courses Faster? HOW CAN I CREATE MY ELEARNING COURSES FASTER?

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Mar 24, 2019

You are committed to revamping your company’s training and have decided to work on your eLearning courses. Early on, you find yourself getting bogged down and lost as you work through course development, and you wonder if eLearning is really the way to go. After all, you could have just fired ...

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80% of Online Students Use Mobile Devices to Complete Their Online Education 80% OF ONLINE STUDENTS USE MOBILE DEVICES TO COMPLETE THEIR ONLINE EDUCATION

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Mar 24, 2019

80% of online students said they complete some, if not all, of their course work using a mobile device.Reported by Inside Higher Ed, this data point from a recent Aslanian Market Research survey may be a wake-up call for institutions who don’t have a mobile-first design purview.Is our LMS mobi...

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8 Top Trends Of Digital Transformation In Higher Education 8 TOP TRENDS OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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Mar 24, 2019

Services transformation focuses on creating new education products and transforming existing products into digital ones. This usually means converting offline lectures into video ones, creating digital texts and quizzes. Moreover, it includes providing digital means for communication between student...

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Presenting The Current Trends In eLearning PRESENTING THE CURRENT TRENDS IN ELEARNING

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Mar 23, 2019

eLearning is a new era in the learning industry. It provides an individual with the flexibility to learn based on their own time, pace and availability. The worth of the eLearning market was measured at $2.5 billion in 2013, $7.8 billion in 2016 and, according to numerous predictions, the number wil...

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Microlearning or Macrolearning, what MICROLEARNING OR MACROLEARNING, WHAT'S THE BENEFIT?

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Mar 22, 2019

Microlearning has been championed as a way of delivering training just in time and directly at the point of need. But are the benefits all that they seem and does microlearning make macrolearning a thing of the past? Micro and macro-learning can be regarded as mutually exclusive: what isn’t mi...

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5 e-learning trends to keep an eye on for 2019 5 E-LEARNING TRENDS TO KEEP AN EYE ON FOR 2019

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Mar 22, 2019

E-learning has been one of the fastest growing industries over the past few years. With the fast advancement in digital technology such as LMS and new innovations, e-learning is evolving every day for better with the aim to deliver a more engaging learning experience. Thus it’s important that ...

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Top 10 eLearning Features That Everyone Should Know About TOP 10 ELEARNING FEATURES THAT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT

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Mar 22, 2019

A learning framework dependent on formalized educating yet with the assistance of electronic assets is known as eLearning. Here are the highlighted features of eLearning that the best of eLearning organizations need: Mixed learning apparatuses enable you to oblige diverse adapting needs and inclinat...

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UNIQUE LEARNING INTERACTIONS BUILD EFFECTIVE LEARNING SOLUTIONS UNIQUE LEARNING INTERACTIONS BUILD EFFECTIVE LEARNING SOLUTIONS

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Mar 21, 2019

When we build our training, we look at the learning objectives and choose the best activities to support the learner in achieving that goal. We recognize that not every task will benefit equally from common activities. Accordions and carousels can only educate a learner to a point; specific activiti...

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10 activities to integrate SEL in your classroom 10 ACTIVITIES TO INTEGRATE SEL IN YOUR CLASSROOM

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Mar 21, 2019

people. Research shows that students whose social emotional learning (SEL) needs are prioritized and consistently met do better long term in not only academics but in overall personal and professional growth and success.If you find yourself wondering what that means for teachers or how you can integ...

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Science Is Soaring: Here SCIENCE IS SOARING: HERE'S HOW TO PURSUE A STEM CAREER AND WHY IT MATTERS

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Mar 21, 2019

It impacts everyone, solves the world’s problems and ironically, there’s a disconnect: a skills gap equating to a shortage of professionals pursuing careers in science and STEM. This is juxtaposed with a strong demand and continued growth in a field that fuels innovation and offers job s...

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Transforming Education: Robotics and Its Value for Next Gen Learning TRANSFORMING EDUCATION: ROBOTICS AND ITS VALUE FOR NEXT GEN LEARNING

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Mar 21, 2019

Public education represents a community's investment in its future. Considering that over 90 percent of American children, grades P-12, are in our public education system, we should be asking hard questions about what the return on this investment is or should be. The core mission of public educ...

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A Personalized Journey: Three lessons learned from school redesign A PERSONALIZED JOURNEY: THREE LESSONS LEARNED FROM SCHOOL REDESIGN

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Mar 21, 2019

How might we redesign school to better meet the needs of each student?” We posed this question to educators in the Dallas Independent School District back in 2014 with the hope of bringing together like-minded educators who wanted to redefine what’s possible for students and teachers in ...

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How technology is transforming classroom learning in schools HOW TECHNOLOGY IS TRANSFORMING CLASSROOM LEARNING IN SCHOOLS

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Mar 20, 2019

When students feel engaged with a subject and the interest is high, the learning curve sees a substantial improvement. With the help of the internet and Virtual Reality, students can gain real world experience. Technology has been at the forefront of education, pushing the boundaries of what human b...

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How To Scale Learner-First Training HOW TO SCALE LEARNER-FIRST TRAINING

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Mar 20, 2019

But what is learner-first training in the first place? The learner-first training model is simple but radically different from the way a lot of organizations train. In a learner-first training approach, trainers always start with the learner. The learner is the basis for every aspect of a company...

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EDUCATION, THE KID WITH LICE THAT NO POLITICIAN WANTS TO PLAY WITH EDUCATION, THE KID WITH LICE THAT NO POLITICIAN WANTS TO PLAY WITH

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Mar 19, 2019

Fast forward to 2019, and it looks like support for our K-12 schools has reached an all-time low. Why is this happening? Why have politicians abandoned their go to campaign trope?This is quite a quandary, as the U.S. K-12 school system has made tremendous gains over the last decade, and we have gott...

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HOW TO TALK TO PARENTS ABOUT SAFETY ON SCHOOL-PROVIDED TECH HOW TO TALK TO PARENTS ABOUT SAFETY ON SCHOOL-PROVIDED TECH

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Mar 19, 2019

Edtech is here to stay. Just like any technology, Edtech comes with its fair share of safety risks to kids. This is despite the numerous benefits that it has both within and outside the classroom environment. The skepticism that has been directed at the mass adoption of edtech mainly arises from the...

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6 Ways To Adapt Your Mobile Learning Strategy To The Needs of Modern Learners 6 WAYS TO ADAPT YOUR MOBILE LEARNING STRATEGY TO THE NEEDS OF MODERN LEARNERS

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Mar 19, 2019

It can be easy to assume that ‘modern learners’ simply means Gen Z and Millenials. However, a large part of the modern world, and therefore modern learning styles, is the seamless integration of technology in our everyday lives. Mobile isn’t just a fad for ‘digital natives&rs...

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Free eBook - Interactive Learning Design: Using An Interactive Learning Software To Increase Engagement In eLearning Courses FREE EBOOK - INTERACTIVE LEARNING DESIGN: USING AN INTERACTIVE LEARNING SOFTWARE TO INCREASE ENGAGEMENT IN ELEARNING COURSES

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Mar 19, 2019

This eBook doesn't only give insight into the different methodology of approaching your learners. It puts a lot of emphasis on why 'interactivity' is important. Why would you want your learners to interact with content in the first place? Understanding this is key before you are able to ...

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How To Leverage VR Training To Create Better Onboarding Experiences HOW TO LEVERAGE VR TRAINING TO CREATE BETTER ONBOARDING EXPERIENCES

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Mar 19, 2019

VR training is quickly becoming a powerful tool that can be utilized to improve employee onboarding experiences. In this article, I share 6 tips on how to leverage this technology in your onboarding strategy in addition to discussing the benefits gained by your company. Read now to learn more. There...

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Using technology for better education USING TECHNOLOGY FOR BETTER EDUCATION

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Mar 19, 2019

Education technology (edtech) is fast growing in Southeast Asia thanks to its learner-centric platform which breaks down geographical barriers such as access to infrastructure like schools and even transport. Digital tools such as apps, eBooks, websites, quizzes, streaming media, online tutorials, v...

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Sparks of Knowledge to Ignite Ed Research SPARKS OF KNOWLEDGE TO IGNITE ED RESEARCH

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Mar 19, 2019

At The Learning Accelerator, we are restless when it comes to catalyzing education. We understand that change is slow, but we also recognize that change for the better cannot happen without the transparent, open, and frictionless sharing of knowledge among those who are doing the work. This is why w...

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HOW RETHINKING REGULATION COULD HELP INNOVATION THRIVE IN HIGHER EDUCATION HOW RETHINKING REGULATION COULD HELP INNOVATION THRIVE IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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Mar 18, 2019

Anyone can argue that the higher education sector is facing a crisis across the globe. Currently, we are witnessing low college and university completion rates, and increasing student debt. Graduates are burdened with a mountain of loans to deal with even before they land jobs.Despite the apparent c...

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Why K-12 accounts payable teams should embrace automation WHY K-12 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TEAMS SHOULD EMBRACE AUTOMATION

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Mar 18, 2019

Across the country, K-12 schools are embracing technology to strengthen learning and engagement inside the classroom. But while technology has an ever-increasing presence in the classroom, the opposite is often true when it comes to a district’s back-end operations.Due to aging systems, many a...

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How To Deliver Learner-First Training HOW TO DELIVER LEARNER-FIRST TRAINING

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Mar 18, 2019

The learner-first training model is simple but radically different from the way a lot of organizations train.In a learner-first training approach, trainers always start with the learner. The learner is the basis for every aspect of a company's training strategy, from the company's learning g...

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6 Must-Use Video-Based Learning Strategies In 2019 6 MUST-USE VIDEO-BASED LEARNING STRATEGIES IN 2019

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Mar 18, 2019

We consume video-based content several times during our day for a variety of reasons. These include videos for entertainment, infotainment, learning and so on.It comes as no surprise that video-based learning is fast becoming a “must-have” component of an organization’s training de...

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