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Author Archives: Joshua Bailey

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Illusions of Inclusion in Special Education for Autism

In my new book The Politics of Autism (Oxford University Press, 2018), I deal with how special education is failing children with autism—not because …

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S. 2547

S. 2547 is a bill in the United States Congress. A bill must be passed by both the House and Senate in identical form and then be signed by the President to become law. How to cite this information. We recommend the following MLA-formatted citation when using the information you see here in academic work: […]

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3 Essential Websites That Provide EdTech Resources for Teachers

December 2, 2016 Effective integration of technology in education is a two-fold process that consists of two main stages. The first stage is theoretical and aims at providing pedagogically sound theoretical underpinnings to inform any prospective digital practices in instruction. We have already compiled and shared a set of interesting books that theoretical backup. The […]

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'Remember God's Education Model — Don't Forget'

Transcript of President Ted N.C. Wilson’s sermon at the 2016 Annual Council. Posted October 8, 2016 Editor’s note: The following is a transcript of the sermon that Adventist Church leader Ted N.C. Wilson gave at the 2016 Annual Council in Silver Spring, Maryland, on Oct. 8, 2016. Read report about the sermon here. Ecclesiastes 12:1 says, […]

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Sam Labs shows off a new educational electronics kit — with no wires

Sam Labs teaches electronics without the tedium of plugging things together Sam Labs showed off its forthcoming Curio educational electronics kit at IFA 2016 in Berlin. Credit: Peter Sayer/IDG News Service Perhaps you’re old enough to remember when building interactive electronic devices involved breadboards, soldering irons and assembly code. Tell young people today that, though, […]

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A Handy Poster Featuring 10 Essential iPad Activities for Teachers

May 26, 2016Below is a handy poster we have been working on over the last few days. The poster features what we think are basic and essential activities every teacher using iPad in their classroom should be able to do.  For each of these activities (you can also consider them skills) we provided three apps […]

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Address educational disadvantage in the North, IPPR urges

EB News: 23/05/2016 – 12:20 The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has called on the government to address educational disadvantage in the North, claiming this should be at the heart of efforts to create a Northern Powerhouse. The report from IPPR found that secondary schools in the north receive on average £1,300 less per pupil […]

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Franklin Regional to offer special educational services for vision impaired students

Franklin Regional to offer special educational services for vision impaired students May 2, 2016 9:26 PM

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6 Key Apps to Develop Kids Reading Fluency

April  21, 2016Below is a collection of some very good iPad apps to use with your kids and young learners to help them develop their reading fluency. The apps provide a wide variety of reading materials that include interactive stories, engaging activities and games, quizzes and many more. And because reading is a composite skill, […]

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Two Excellent Web Tools for Creating Educational Video Games

February 12, 2016Below are two excellent web tools teachers can use  with students to create educational video games. These tools are very simple to use and do not require any software download. You also don’t need any coding skills to operate them. We invite you to check them out and share with us your feedback. […]

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8 Handy Google Keep Keyboard Shortcuts for Teachers

October 30, 2015This is a quick post to share with you some useful keyboard shortcuts to use on Google Keep to help you save time and take notes faster. But before that here is a short overview of Google Keep  for those of you who are not yet familiar with it. Google Keep is a […]

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Everything Teachers Need to Know about Google My Maps

August 19, 2015Google My Maps is an excellent web tool for creating and customizing maps. Since its integration with Google Drive, users now are able to instantly create, manage and share their maps right from their Drive accounts. My Maps offer a wide variety of interesting features that makes map creation even for beginner users […]

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Citelighter- An Indispensable Tool for Academics and Student Researchers

June 3, 2015Cite lighter is a very good web tool for student researchers, teachers and academics. It combines both the features of an academic search engine and an organizational framework for helping students with their research papers writing. Citeligther allows you to easily search for facts and information to back your arguments and it automatically […]

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10 Great Android Science Apps for Students

June 3 , 2015 Explore the wonders of science with these Android apps specifically curated for kids, young learners and science enthusiasts. We selectively compiled this list to comprise what we think are among the best science apps out there. Using these apps, kids will get to engage with a variety of learning tasks involving […]

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