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50 Top Sources Of Free eLearning Courses - TeachThought

50 Top Sources Of Free eLearning Courses - TeachThought | virtual school design | Scoop.it

Whether you are looking for a master’s degree program, computer science classes, a K-12 curriculum, or GED study program, this list gives you a look…...


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Ten Takeaway Tips for Teaching Critical Thinking

Ten Takeaway Tips for Teaching Critical Thinking | virtual school design | Scoop.it
  via Edutopia Ideally, teaching kids how to think critically becomes an integral part of your approach, no matter what subject you teach. But if you're just getting started, here are some con...
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Memphis Schools Adds Gaming for Math and Science -- THE Journal

Memphis Schools Adds Gaming for Math and Science -- THE Journal | virtual school design | Scoop.it
Memphis City Schools has signed an agreement with a Web-based service that provides math- and science-based games.

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What Will Work in New Blended Learning Experiment?

What Will Work in New Blended Learning Experiment? | virtual school design | Scoop.it

"Blended learning is a relatively new concept with a mixed track record. Integrating certain types of technology into the classroom gives teachers and students real-time feedback so that each student can work at his or her own pace, and can give teachers accurate information that can help them better group students according to comprehension levels on a specific subjects. But educators point out that too often ed-tech focuses on improving test scores rather than on building creative thinking and a passion for learning in students and that schools still need passionate, innovative and dedicated teachers, no matter how kids absorb the content."


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