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Book Educational Psychology 11th Edition Anita Woolfolk

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Don't let them hijack education, int'l educator warns teachers

WESTERN BUREAU: Fred van Leeuwen, the general secretary of Educational International, says that the teaching profession is in jeopardy of being hijacked by the agendas of politics and corporations and is urging the nation’s teachers to hold on to their identity and not bow to strict marching orders. The international educator made the comments while […]

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A Handy Visual Featuring 12 Useful Chrome Extensions for Student Researchers

January 20, 2017Here is another of our popular infographics we published in 2016. If you haven’t seen it yet, the visual features some of our favourite Chrome extensions we recommend for student researchers. ‘We arranged these extensions under four main headings: Search and Curation (Diigo Web Collector, Google scholar, Evernote Web Clipper), Reading and Annotation […]

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8 Great Google Extensions You Probably Didn't Know Existed

January 14, 2017Today we spent sometime checking the archives of Chrome Web Store and singled out for you the collection below. These are all Chrome extensions created by Google but are not very popular among teachers ( compared with add-ons such as Google Classroom, Scholar..etc). Some of things you can do with these tools include: […]

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The Popular Bookmarking Tool Instapaper Premium Is Now Free For All Users

November 1, 2016The popular bookmarking tool Instapaper announced today that its premium version (Instapaper Premium) is now available free of charge for all users. It used to cost $29,99 on yearly subscription. Instapaper premium offers a set of powerful features that include: ‘An ad-free Instapaper website Full-text search for all articles Unlimited Notes Text-to-speech playlists […]

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3 Great Grading Add-ons for Google Docs

July 3, 2016Below are two Google Docs add-ons that you can use to grade students assignments and provide written feedback to them. The apps will absolutely facilitate your grading and save you some precious time to spend on other instructional tasks. Check them out and share with us your feedback. Enjoy 1- Grading Help ‘GradingHelp […]

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Two Important Google Calendar Updates Teachers Should Know about

February 21, 2016As is the case with Google Forms, Google Calendar has witnessed the addition of a number of key improvements over the last few weeks. In today’s post we are featuring two important updates for Calendar on iOS and Android. For those of you who are new to Google Calendar and want to learn […]

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4 Important Google Drive Skills for Teachers

December 3, 2015As we were sifting through our Google Drive archive here in EdTech and mLearning it dawned on us to create this list of important tips and hacks every teacher should be aware of. We labelled them as skills because once mastered they have the potential of transforming teachers’ Drive experience and enable them […]

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Tips and Tricks to Better Operate Your New Apple Device

November , 2015It’s the holiday season and Christmas is around the corner with gifts on the way. If it happens that you get a new Apple product you will definitely need to learn how to better operate it. To this end we curated this list comprising some very helpful user guides created by Apple to […]

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A Simple Tool to Create Stunning Video Animations for Your Class

September 19, 2015Biteable is a web-based tool that allows you to create beautiful explainer videos to share with your students. Explainer videos are short animated clips that make use of a wide variety of visuals and multimedia materials to communicate a message in a concise and comprehensible way. You probably have already seen some examples […]

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Delayed brain development in the poorest children linked to lower educational achievement …

ANN ARBOR—The gap between income and achievement in school has been well documented over the years but new research from the University of Michigan finds physiological differences in the brains of the poorest children. A researcher from the U-M School of Public Health and colleagues from Duke University and the University of Wisconsin demonstrated that […]

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How to even the educational playing field for Latino kids

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