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SparkNotes: To Kill a Mockingbird

SparkNotes: To Kill a Mockingbird | school stuff | Scoop.it
From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes, the SparkNotes To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide has everything you need to ace quizzes, tests, and essays.

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First novel I ever read. Do people still use cliifnotes, sparknotes, etc?? You heard of Google, right?

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English Ashcombe's curator insight, October 22, 2013 9:37 AM

Useful website to help with To Kill a Mockingbird

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HP Classroom of the Future - Official Video - YouTube

HP Classroom of the future http://www.mobilegeeks.com HP is looking to shape our future leaders by bringing interactive, integrated, flexible solutions to the classroom. If you're wondering what the classroom of the future will look like, the've gone and built one in Taipei Taiwan to give the world a sneak peak.


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Pippa Davies @PippaDavies 's curator insight, January 27, 2014 10:49 AM

Future technology used to engage students in collaborative ways.

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Online Maths Tools - Part One | Dyslexia Action

Online Maths Tools - Part One | Dyslexia Action | school stuff | Scoop.it
Introduction: Doing maths without installing softwarePeople have asked for some information about maths tools. This post will show you how to get help with maths with simple but powerful online tools.

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Exclusive: Labour will make jobless take maths and English tests

Exclusive: Labour will make jobless take maths and English tests | school stuff | Scoop.it
The jobless would lose their unemployment benefit under a Labour Government if they failed a “basic skills test” and refused training.

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Hmmm. are we getting close to Election season?

 

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Stuckonhomework.com

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Great GCSE Maths tutor in your home 24/7. Stuckonhomework.com provides a complete course of GCSE maths revision video tutorials online
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10 Tips to reduce your child's stress and anxiety

10 Tips to reduce your child's stress and anxiety | school stuff | Scoop.it
It’s not easy being a kid. Between travel basketball tryouts, book reports, pop quizzes, schoolyard crushes and surviving in Minecraft, kids these days are stressed out of their minds. Parents can ...

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Amen to that.

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Tablets in schools: coding, creativity and the importance of teachers - theguardian

Tablets in schools: coding, creativity and the importance of teachers - theguardian | school stuff | Scoop.it

"From September, coding will be part of the primary and secondary education curriculum in the UK, as part of wider changes designed to boost computer literacy alongside reading, writing and maths skills for British children.

 

Some independent schools are already providing a glimpse at the potential. Which is why I recently found myself in Cambridge, watching a classroom of Year 5 girls – 9-10 year-olds – practising their programming skills on iPad apps like Hopscotch, Move the Turtle and Kodable."


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Yeah, Ipads get used a lot in the classroom. Who knew school work could get done on them tho?

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