7 Reasons Why You Should Conduct Assessments Online According To Students

| March 17, 2019

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There is no question about the impact of technology in the realm of education. For years now, teaching and evaluating students are no longer restricted within the four corners of the classroom. It can happen anytime and anywhere with the aid of computers and the internet.Not surprising then that more and more educators are gradually transitioning from traditional methods to more practical, technological solutions. Practical not only for them but more importantly for the students taking the courses and evaluations.

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6 Foundational Practices for Effectively Teaching Students with ASD

Article | August 14, 2020

Those of us who work closely with students with autism know that they can exhibit unique learning characteristics. And in order to best meet students’ needs in the classroom, teachers rely on strategies that are most effective for learners on the spectrum. Through the work of the National Professional Development Center for Autism (NPDC), National Standards Project, and most recently, the National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence and Practice (NCAEP), we have a clearly identified set of practices that are proven to work best for students with autism.

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VR Tracking Is Evolving Quickly and Becoming More Appealing for Colleges

Article | February 21, 2020

The massive advances in VR tracking make getting into virtual reality more attainable for colleges that may lack the budget or space for a dedicated lab full of specialty equipment. And because the aesthetics of VR experiences are still very much developing, even tracking errors can turn out to be happy accidents. “We put on a theater piece at the Future of StoryTelling Festival in 2017,” says Perlin. The lab was presented with a scene from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland; both the actors and the audience were in the VR environment.

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7 Tips to Better Learn French Verb Conjugation

Article | August 11, 2020

If you’re here, you might be struggling with your French verb conjugations. If English is your native language, learning French conjugations may seem complicated because there are so many more French verb conjugation rules than English ones. Today, instead of diving into the conjugation of avoir or the conjugation of etre, we’re going to share a few tips that can help you learn your French conjugations even better.

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Elon Musk invites students to hack SpaceX and Tesla ahead of his Hack Club AMA

Article | April 22, 2020

The Hack Club is a group dedicated to helping high school students learn coding “through tinkering and building projects.” The outlet takes place at high schools across the United States, where students work at their own pace to develop problem-solving skills. Eventually, the students work toward developing applications, websites, and games, according to the club’s website.

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