Self-reflection to help enlighten children is being introduced into classrooms worldwide There are two jobs that have become a lot more difficult in recent years. One is being a teacher, which was never easy at the best of times.
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One of the biggest criticisms aimed at Google's Chromebooks is that they are online-only machines – ergo, no Internet, no point. How true is this statement? Is a Chromebook without a connection akin to a car without an engine, or can the device still operate as a valuable and efficient productivity hub? Native Google Apps Given…
February, 2014 Since I posted about the " 20 online museums for teachers and students " I received several emails with links, apps, tools and more tips related to educational virtual field trips. One...