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How (and why) you should use YouTube in the classroom - Daily Genius

How (and why) you should use YouTube in the classroom - Daily Genius | 2.0 tools in secondary education-English language | Scoop.it

YouTube is blocked in many schools. There’s no denying the fact that many school administrators want to avoid having students watch things that are, well, less than educational. Unfortunately, this push to keep students safe leaves many of us at a disadvantage. How do you leverage the power of YouTube in education without having …


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A New Tool to Search for Images Licensed for School Use

A New Tool to Search for Images Licensed for School Use | 2.0 tools in secondary education-English language | Scoop.it

Photos for Class is a very good web tool that you and your students can use to search for and download Creative Common licensed images. The search engine of Photos for Class uses Flickr safe search to return results that are licensed for school use.


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Online Learning is Just as Effective as Traditional Education, According to a New MIT Study

Online Learning is Just as Effective as Traditional Education, According to a New MIT Study | 2.0 tools in secondary education-English language | Scoop.it
More than 7.1 million students are currently taking at least one online course. Despite the apparent popularity, however, educators have given the trend low marks.
But a new study from MIT...

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eddi's curator insight, January 18, 2015 11:52 PM

Good to know what we're doing works...