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Apps & Games to Help Teach Math and Money Management - Avatar Generation

Apps & Games to Help Teach Math and Money Management - Avatar Generation | Digital Learning in 5th Grade | Scoop.it

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Teaching the basics of money is fine, but many children learn more when taught in an interactive manner. That’s why apps for tablets and computers are becoming so popular in classrooms.

 

You might think that all the money management apps out there are for adults, but there are actually quite a few good ones that are designed to teach kids about money. Below, you’ll find a few of the best ones that can be used in the classroom:"


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The Rise of Blended Learning

The Rise of Blended Learning | Digital Learning in 5th Grade | Scoop.it
How a new trend in education rethinks the role of computers in the classroom and lets each student learn at a different pace

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learninghood's comment, July 23, 2013 11:23 AM
Love this... Further, to understand blended learning, it's crucial to understand what it's not: doing online worksheets, reading digital prompts or any other technology-related activity aren't examples of blended learning unless they allow a student some control over the pace and content of the instruction

Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/ideas-innovations/The-Rise-of-Blended-Learning-214602391.html#ixzz2ZslANO3O
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learninghood's comment, July 23, 2013 11:23 AM
Love this... Further, to understand blended learning, it's crucial to understand what it's not: doing online worksheets, reading digital prompts or any other technology-related activity aren't examples of blended learning unless they allow a student some control over the pace and content of the instruction

Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/ideas-innovations/The-Rise-of-Blended-Learning-214602391.html#ixzz2ZslANO3O
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learninghood's curator insight, July 23, 2013 11:24 AM

This is key "Further, to understand blended learning, it's crucial to understand what it's not: doing online worksheets, reading digital prompts or any other technology-related activity aren't examples of blended learning unless they allow a student some control over the pace and content of the instruction