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5 Important Things To Teach Students About The Brain

5 Important Things To Teach Students About The Brain | Teaching Reading and Writing in elementary school | Scoop.it
We’re all used to the term ‘21st century’ popping up in education articles, social media, and even in school staff rooms. It’s become normal to refer to yourself as a 21st century teacher, teaching in a 21st century classroom, using 21st century teaching methods that are centered on your 21st century students. While this popular …

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Free Technology for Teachers: Why I Care That Socrative Just Got $750k and You Should Too

Free Technology for Teachers: Why I Care That Socrative Just Got $750k and You Should Too | Teaching Reading and Writing in elementary school | Scoop.it

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A Good Free Web Tool to Create Classroom Posters

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How To Use An iPad To Add Voice Comments To Grading

How To Use An iPad To Add Voice Comments To Grading | Teaching Reading and Writing in elementary school | Scoop.it

While K-12 education has (mostly) moved away from pure academic essays to measure all understanding, the writing process is more important now than ever. Grading a physical piece of paper is as simple as writing in the margins, using established editing symbols, or others marking the paper up.


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