Author Archives: Malcom Meneses

Educational Loan Counselor

EDUCATIONAL LOAN COUNSELORDo you have at least 1 year of office or customer service experience? Are you skilled in professional problem-solving? Our client is looking for articulate office professionals for an Education Loan Counselor opportunity! This is an opportunity to help current and previous students get set up for financial success! If you want an […]

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Two Excellent Google Docs Tips for Teachers

October 24, 2016After we have seen how to use Google Explore to create beautiful spreadsheets, today we are looking at different features Explore provides for Google Docs users. We will particularly show you how you can use Explore to access related content, insert an image in a doc , and conduct search within your docs […]

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Bradford: Press Tuned Into the School Choice Split in the Black Community — and That's a Good …

This summer’s dual repudiation of education reform policy and charter schools by the NAACP and The Movement for Black Lives Coalition is a story that hasn’t gone away. In fact, it’s a pivot that will come to a head later this week in Cincinnati, when the NAACP takes up a resolution supporting a national moratorium […]

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Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology with Specialization in Educational Measurement

Deadline October 03, 2016 Date Posted September 8, 2016 Type Tenured, tenure track Salary Commensurate with experience Employment Type Full-time The Educational Psychology program at the University of New Mexico (UNM) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position beginning in the 2017-2018 academic year: Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology with a specialization in Educational Measurement.  […]

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Tons of Free Audiobooks for Teachers

May , 2016Today as we were sifting through Open Culture’s list of over 700 free audio books we came across this great resource from Internet Archive. This is a collection embedding hundreds of free audio books covering a wide variety of themes and topics meticulously curated by the folks in LibriVox. the collection is huge […]

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Why SCORM Still Matters For Educational Technology

Why SCORM? So, why does SCORM still matter for educational technology? For those of us who have worked in education technology for some time, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts. A convergence has happened where an appreciation of the importance of ongoing education has intersected with the availability of great technology. […]

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5 Great Chrome Apps to Help Students Develop Their Math Skills

February 28, 2016Learning math doesn’t have to be always boring. Kids can enjoy learning math through the use of a wide variety of game-based learning strategies. Some of these come in the form of engaging games playable online either on mobile devices or on the web. In today’s post we are sharing with you some […]

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10 Very Good Educational Websites That Are Now Integrated with Google Classroom

December 18, 2015With the increasing adoption of Google Classroom in instruction, Google opened up Classroom API and made it possible for developers to seamlessly integrate Classroom with a wide variety of websites and platforms. As a result, several educational websites are now integrated with classroom . This means that teachers and students can now share, […]

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BMCC Honors President's Circle of Educational Excellence and Student Veterans

November 12, 2015 An Inaugural BMCC Foundation/President’s Circle for Educational Excellence reception on November 11 in the Shirley Fiterman Art Center thanked BMCC student veterans for their service, and honored President’s Circle for Educational Excellence donors whose contributions provide scholarships and strengthen veteran services and other programs at the college. President Antonio Pérez, Provost and […]

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Small but educational

Went to the Ryman as we stayed only a few blocks away. The history of performers at this place is amazing. The tour takes about an hour and you get to walk at your own pace. We went on a tour after going to a show and backstage tour at the new location of Grand […]

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US-India Educational Foundation host EducationUSA fair for students of Kolkata

The U.S. Consulate, in association with USIEF played host to the EducationUSA fair, in Kolkata on Saturday. The event was inaugurated by U.S. Consul General Craig Hall and threw it open for the students to interact with the participating universities. Representative of 21 accredited universities from the United States of America participated in the fair […]

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A Wonderful App for Remotely Controlling Your Presentations

June 22, 2015Slides from de Mobo is a very good app that allows you to remotely control your presentations using your iOS or Android device. Slides works best with presentations on Google Drive, Prezi, Slideshare, Scribd, Speakerdeck and Issuu. To be able to use the app, you will need to have both your phone and […]

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