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Reward Summit Lets You Know Which Credit Card To Use To Get The Most Rewards

Reward Summit Lets You Know Which Credit Card To Use To Get The Most Rewards | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
If you’re an average credit card customer, who has more than one credit card, and you enjoy getting rewards for paying with plastic, then you might like Reward Summit.
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A Wonderful SAMR Model Chart for Teachers

A Wonderful SAMR Model Chart for Teachers | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Today's tip for the start of a new school year series I started a while ago here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is about SMAR model. It goes without saying that technology will...
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Microsoft's Next Era

Microsoft's Next Era | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Editor’s note: Aaron Levie is CEO and co-founder of Box. Follow him on Twitter @levie.
Moments like this happen only once a generation in the technology industry.
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What Teachers and Students Need to Know about Educlipper

What Teachers and Students Need to Know about Educlipper | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Some call it the new Pinterest for educators, Educlipper is really a great and promising website where teachers get to curate and organize digital content. Educlipper has been designed specifically...
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Scoot and Doodle- A Good Collaborative Learning Platform for Students

Scoot and Doodle- A Good Collaborative Learning Platform for Students | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Scoot & Doodle is an online, collaborative studio where friends and classmates easily get creative together, face-to-face and in real-time. This is an open ended, creative environment where...
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Teaching Introverts Is Different

Teaching Introverts Is Different | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Teaching Introverts Is Different As education seeks to improve itself, the focus has been on data, research, and curriculum. The stuff teachers use. There is precious little discussion on the human elements of learning unless...
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Free Online Higher Education: 5 Best MOOCs - The Epoch Times

Free Online Higher Education: 5 Best MOOCs - The Epoch Times | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Some Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) attract hundreds of thousands of students from all over the world. Read about the 5 best free ones.
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iPad Only Schools Open in Netherlands

iPad Only Schools Open in Netherlands | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
The dream of one day children going to paper less schools has come one step closer to reality. Several schools in the Netherlands also known as “Steve Job’s schools” opened their gates to over 1000 students all aged between 4 and 12.
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Two free and easy ways to share big files | Macworld

Two free and easy ways to share big files | Macworld | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Sending big files can be a big pain, but in this week's video tip you'll learn two free and easy ways to do just that.
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How To Teach Math And Economics With Batman

How To Teach Math And Economics With Batman | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Taking a look at the then and now of how much it costs to be Batman offers a couple of different lessons in economics.
The post How To Teach Math And Economics With Batman appeared first on Edudemic.
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Setting the tone: how to personalise your classroom

Setting the tone: how to personalise your classroom | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
From a hall of fame to connective walls, Wellington Academy's director of English, Freya Odell, shares nine ideas for sprucing up your classroom with learning aids and displays
Your classroom is an extension of you.
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How can students get the most life from a smartphone battery?

How can students get the most life from a smartphone battery? | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Battery life, or the lack of, is the number one complaint about smartphones. What can students do to make their phone battery last longer?
The rapid development of mobile technology in recent years has slipped tremendous devices into our pocket.
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Why All Students Should Write: A Neurological Explanation For Literacy

Why All Students Should Write: A Neurological Explanation For Literacy | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Why All Students Should Write: A Neurological Explanation by Judy Willis M.D., M.Ed., radteach.com In terms of writing and the brain, there are multiple reasons for embedding writing throughout STEM courses.
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Five Best Video Converters

Five Best Video Converters | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
If you're getting your movie and TV show library in order, it helps to have all of your video in one format that you know every device you own can play without issue.
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Microsoft: Google's corrupting your kids at school

Microsoft: Google's corrupting your kids at school | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Oh, those terrible people at Google. In the latest "Scroogled" ad, Redmond says Google is peddling vitamin supplements to kids. And that's not all. [Read more]
    
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5 Good iPad Apps for Teaching Kids about Coding

5 Good iPad Apps for Teaching Kids about Coding | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
 Teaching kids how to code is no brainer, there are now several digital platforms where learners get to learn everything about coding from the basics to the advanced levels and without having to...
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A Complete Tutorial on how to Use Edmodo in your Teaching

A Complete Tutorial on how to Use Edmodo in your Teaching | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Edmodo is a free virtual learning environment where students get to learn collaboratively. The good thing about this learning platform is that students can create their own Edmodo without providing...
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Critically Examining What You Teach

Critically Examining What You Teach | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
by Grant Wiggins, Ph.D, Authentic Education In my 100th blog post I complained about the course called ‘algebra’. Some commenters misunderstood the complaint. Though I said a few times in the article that my critique was not about the...
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7 Powerful STEM Resources For Girls

7 Powerful STEM Resources For Girls | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
There are a lot of specially-designed STEM resources for girls that don't get much press. We're trying to change that with this post.
The post 7 Powerful STEM Resources For Girls appeared first on Edudemic.
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How to teach

How to teach | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
AMANDA RIPLEY discusses "The Smartest Kids in the World", her new book about what schools in Finland, Poland and South Korea are doing right
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Jewish Literacy as the Road to Riches: the Chosen Path of the 'Chosen Few'

Jewish Literacy as the Road to Riches: the Chosen Path of the 'Chosen Few' | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
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How Technology Complicates, Benefits Innovation

How Technology Complicates, Benefits Innovation | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Innovation is a huge industry. Often characterized by R&D, it’s a $603 billion market. According to research by Booz & Company, that’s how much money 1,000 public companies spent on research and development in 2011 alone.
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Mind-Mapping And The Digitization Of Learning

Mind-Mapping And The Digitization Of Learning | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Mind-Mapping And The Digitization Of Learning by Olin Reams Digitization has been a disruptive force across the board, leveraging existing technologies and taking them to new levels and unprecedented speeds.
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Top 10 reasons why you should attend a technology event this year

Top 10 reasons why you should attend a technology event this year | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Rob Chandler of Reasons To Be Creative explains why taking time to attend events is a must for the modern professional, whether part of a multinational firm or a three person startup.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2013/08/22/top-10-reasons-why-you-should-attend-a-technology-event-this-year/...
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5 Ways to Run Linux Software on Windows

5 Ways to Run Linux Software on Windows | Educational Technology - Yeshiva Edition | Scoop.it
Linux users often want to run Windows software on Linux, but Windows users may want to run Linux software, too.
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