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No TellingNo Telling

I'm a Generation Joneser teaching Gen Y students, keeping up with agin...

 
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The online life of a Digiholic, Channel Steve currently documents the daily...

 
The Edification of PriscillaThe Edification of Priscilla

Formally known as: Fjeldstrom's Framework for Success. Rambling and ra...

 
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An academic's opinions on feminism, politics, literature, philosophy, ...

 
Silent CacophonySilent Cacophony

Chase March is an elementary school teacher, a writer, a hip-hop historian,...

 


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If you have a kid in school, you’ve probably noticed that their math homework looks different than yours did an undisclosed number of years ago. And you may have moaned about it—“What’s with all the crazy steps? These equations took me second...

Google's in-house incubator, Area 120, has produced things like an app that teaches coding and tools to boost literacy. Now it wants to help gamers create their own 3D games, no experience necessary. Today, it launched Game Builder, a free platf...

This gravity defying water trick, watch til the end. from r/blackmagicfuckery A science teacher uses a classic but eternally astonishing magic trick in a lesson on atmospheric pressure and surface tension. The real magic though is the infectious...

To help today’s students improve their math skills, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) recommends leveraging technology to engage students. Technology can address different learning styles, plus it provides a way to make lea...

Many schools use Chromebooks, but they might not always know how to make the most of those systems in the classroom -- and Google knows it. The firm is launching a Chromebook App Hub that will both help teachers find activity ideas and connect insti...

Children and children-at-heart are impatiently watching the skies this dark morning. We are waiting for snow. A few lazy flakes drift to the ground as I write. Not enough for a snow-day from school! Ah well, perhaps we'll be able to play in the snow...