Google and Microsoft's identifying of search terms is a positive step – we must keep up the fight in this key child protection issue No one should be able to search for and find images of child abuse online.
Learning Trend Fatigue: The Missing Discussion About Learning by Terry Heick, Director It’s pretty clear–and frustrating–that in lieu of the incredible effort and expertise of teachers, and billions of dollars spent by departments of education...
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Today, I have a guest post from Matt Quibly, webmaster for a fascinating website called Qui.bly. It has a forum sort of set-up that enables parents to ask child-related tech questions and get answers from like-minded parents and/or professionals.
Although educators tend to feel like they are left all on their own to deal with students that are getting crazier by the day, there are plenty of technology resources that can make their teaching job more effective.
What happens when you or your students forget your online password? You should start using some of these web tools for teaching without student logins. The post 14 Web Tools For Teaching Without Student Logins appeared first on Edudemic.
How To Design A Project-Based Learning Unit: 7 Essential Ingredients Project-Based Learning is the anchoring of student-driven learning through the design, development, and publication authentic projects, products, and related learning outcomes.
We all have that student who just doesn’t get what we’re saying. We want to blame him/her–may even start that direction–but then, many of us, we pause to listen. What’s s/he saying–something about not understanding the problem?
Should teachers have multiple Twitter accounts? If so, how many? Here's one illustration that might have you making a couple more accounts very soon. The post How (And Why) Teachers Should Have Multiple Twitter Accounts appeared first on Edudemic.
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