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How Does Social Media Slang Affect Learning?

The rampant use of social media/texting slang by teenagers is largely due to increased accessibility to mobile phones. How does that effect writing skills?

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How to Use Chromebooks in the Classroom

Mobile devices have become an important part of the modern classroom, and an ever-growing number of educators are turning to Chromebooks in the classroom.

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How Online Learning Works

Online learning is an accessible, practical education option. Students of all ages are learning through distance courses instead of in a physical classroom.

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Pros and Cons of 1-to-1 Computing

One-to-one computing is an educational practice where a school or institution gives every student a laptop, tablet or mobile device. What are the pros to this approach? The cons?

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Get Out and Vote!

The 2016 election is the culmination of more than 19 months of campaign promises and incessant media coverage of the United States presidential election. Regardless of its outcome, this election is one for the history books.

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Is a Master’s Degree in Education Right For You?

Teachers with a master's in education have more job opportunities, better salaries on average, and more upward mobility in teaching. Is an M.Ed. it for you?

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10 Last-Minute Classroom-Friendly Halloween Costumes

Looking for a last-minute costume idea that's friendly for the classroom? Check out our list of 10 Halloween ideas perfect for every teacher and student.

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A Teacher’s New Best Friend: Amazon Inspire

Amazon Inspire is a marketplace of free resources for teachers and educational institutions. What does this mean for the future of online learning?

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Suspending Students From School: Does it Work?

The high numbers of suspensions in US schools have sparked an important debate among educators, parents, physicians and lawmakers on its effectiveness.

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10 Common Mental Health Problems Students Face

Recognizing symptoms of the most common student mental health disorders can help teachers identify potential problems to get students the help they need.

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Teaching Kids to Build Computers

Teachers and schools are turning to a new hands-on course: computer building. By building computers from scratch, students are learning the intricacies of the most important devices of the modern world.

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Election 2016: Where Does Education Fit?

Understanding each candidate's prospective education policy is important for students, teachers, and parents who are heading to the polls this November.

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How to Handle Homesick Students

Know the signs of homesickness. There are several techniques teachers and parents can use to handle homesick students for a happier school experience.

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How To Support Transgender Students in the Classroom

We introduce important background surrounding transgender issues at school and give educators the strategies they need to develop an inclusive environment.

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Setting Classroom Expectations

Setting classroom expectations and developing learning goals collaboratively puts students at the center of the learning process.

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