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SPSS Tutorials and Statistical Guides by Laerd Statistics

Step-by-step SPSS tutorials with screenshots explaining how to perfrom basic, intermediate and advanced statistical tests in SPSS as well as comprehensive statistical guides.

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SPSS Tutorials and Statistical Guides by Laerd Statistics

Step-by-step SPSS tutorials with screenshots explaining how to perfrom basic, intermediate and advanced statistical tests in SPSS as well as comprehensive statistical guides.

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1 Man,1 Computer,10 Million Students: How Khan Academy Is Reinventing Education - Forbes

One man. One computer. Ten million students. Our $1.3 trillion school system is ripe for revolution.

"..Over the past two years Khan Academy videos have been viewed more than 200 million times. The site is used by 6 million unique students each month (about 45 million total over the last 12 months), who have collectively solved more than 750 million problems (about 2 million a day), and the material, which is provided at no cost, is (formally or informally) part of the curriculum in 20,000 classrooms around the world. Volunteers have translated Khan’s videos into 24 different languages, including Urdu, Swahili and Chinese..."


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100 Free Writing Prompts for Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

100 Free Writing Prompts for Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Educational Reform | Scoop.it

"Are you running short of writing prompts? Here is a great iPad app called Things to Think About which has all kinds of writing prompts your students might need."


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