Author Archives: Sandra Bailey

Educational Technology

Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in education based on sex/gender, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, disability, receipt of public assistance, or marital status and age. Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in education based on sex/gender, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, disability, receipt of public assistance, or marital […]

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A Very Good Collection of Educational Tools and Apps for Math Teachers

This is the seventh post in a series of posts featuring a number of EdTech charts for teachers.  Today’s chart contains some very good resources for math teachers.  We have arranged these resources into 8 main categories: iPad math apps, Android math apps, Chrome math apps, Graphing calculator apps, Math games, calculator apps, and web-based tools for […]

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InMoment Celebrates CX Day with Launch of Educational Podcast Series

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cloud-based customer experience (CX) optimization leader InMoment today launched a weekly educational …

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5 Powerful Speech to Text Apps for Chrome Users

Speech to text technologies allow you to transcribe your speech into text in a couple of clicks. Most of the established platforms integrate this kind of technology. For instance Google has it integrated with some of its services like Google search. You can click on the mic icon in the search bar and start speaking, […]

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A Handy Infographic Featuring 10 Important New Google Forms Tips for Teachers

June 21, 2016For those of you who haven’t tried the new Google Forms yet, the visual guide below will help you get started. It features 10 important features that will help you create engaging forms, polls, and surveys. As a teacher, you can use Forms for a variety of purposes including: planning an event, making […]

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Rangers to use cell phone software to protect Karachi educational institutes

The senior official of Karachi Rangers Colonel Qaiser said Rangers School College Protection System has been launched in Karachi, Waqt News reported. This involves the use of software to protect educational institutions from any kind of terror threat. While addressing the press conference the Rangers officer said this software will be used via mobile phones. […]

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3 Handy Resources of Clip Arts to Use for End of School Year Activities

April 30 , 2016Upon the request of some of our readers here in EdTech and mLearning, we went ahead and curated for you these three excellent resources that provide clip arts to use in  end of school year activities. As a teacher, you can use these websites to search for and find printable clip arts […]

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Letter, 1/23: On change and education

Change disrupts systems. A change to a “penance, education and support” justice system requires looking at the effects of poverty, lengths of sentencing and a closed education system that allows few educational choices, a system where a student has to “fail” first before being placed in an alternative school and placed in the juvenile system […]

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4 Great Google Drive Add-ons for Math Teachers

January 22, 2016Looking for some good Math tools to use on your Google Drive? Below are four titles we highly recommend for you.  These are all add-ons we have reviewed in the past. The apps will enable you to solve mathematical equations, create graphs, work on complex calculations, perform basic math/stat operations of cell values in […]

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Mad Scientists Wanted for FUN, Educational Programs for Kids

ENTHUSIASTIC and reliable educators needed for classes beginning in January. Apply now and make a difference! Mad Science of Greater Boston has been the leading provider of exciting science enrichment for kids since 1995. Our instructors lead hands-on, interactive and FUN science programs throughout the Greater Boston area. It’s a mixture of teaching and performing! […]

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Educational Internship

Educational Internship: Part-Time Position Position Type Intern, 3 days/week Salary $1000/month Start on or before January 19, 2016 End June 17, 2016 ABOUT MERIDIAN:Founded in 1976, The Meridian School is an independent, co-ed elementary school (K-5), located in the historic Good Shepherd Center in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. The Meridian School is a place where the […]

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Some Very Good Resources for Teachers Professional Development

December 8, 2015Below are two great resources for teachers professional development. Both of these platforms have been featured in separate posts in the past. Teachers can use them to access a wide variety of professional development resources including: tips on how to better integrate technology in your instruction, lesson plans ideas, webinars, training events and […]

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WILTON GREGORY, JIM KELLY: The human right to school choice

For decades, advocates of school choice programs have made their case to city and state officials. They have rightly argued that allowing parents to use public funds to send their children to private schools helps minority students overcome the challenges to learning that exist in many urban public schools. It’s time to take this argument […]

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