Una estudiante de ciencias de 18 años ha desarrollado un invento completamente innovador capaz de hacer que las baterías de los móviles y otros dispositivos puedan cargarse en cuestión de segundos en lugar de las horas que hoy en día son necesarias...
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"Connecting Your Institution’s Achievements to Demonstrate a Culture of Compliance," by Susan Paraska, director of institutional effectiveness at Kennesaw State University, presents a method for integrating strategic plan implementation and the planning requirements of the accreditation cycle using project management tools.
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College isn't easy for anyone-but learners with disabilities face special challenges. If you're lucky, your school will have a great support system that will help you keep up with your academics and successfully finish school.
Mobile learning is here to stay. Students and teachers alike can build entire libraries of apps and web tools that let them learn and do, well, anything. We've covered this just about every day and love finding new resources to share.
Pre-K Letters and Numbers is an interactive and educational iPad app that is specifically designed for kindergarteners. This app aims to teach children to read and write the English alphabet, numbers and it even introduces some phonics.
Tablets offer both educational and financial advantages to schools.
Tablets are increasingly replacing textbooks in U.S. schools due to their ability to increase student interest, reward achievements and cut costs.Around 2,000 schools are partnered with Google to use its Chromebooks (which start at $199), numerous districts like Austin's Eanes Independent School District have deployed iPads and NewsCorp. now offers its 10-inch Amplify tablet for $299.Two of the biggest advantages of issuing digital textbooks via tablets include fast turnaround on the addition of new information to texts and lower costs--Discovery's "Techbooks" cost around $38-$55 per student, compared to an average of $70 for traditional textbooks.