Author Archives: Walter Barnhart

Transparency questioned on $426 million KISD bond issue

The Killeen Independent School District’s bond steering committee has agreed to recommend a $426 million bond issue to the KISD Board of Trustees at its Dec. 12 meeting. The committee’s consensus Thursday came after weeks of meetings and discussions based on information presented by KISD administrators. Also in the mix was a community survey conducted […]

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Indian- American contesting for significant educational post in US

An Indian- American is contesting for an important educational post in New Jersey and if he wins, the position could help him play a vital role in the education system of the state. Briefcase: Know about the contestant A business professional, Sudhan Thomas who is well known in the Indian-American community is contesting for the […]

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4 Important Apps for A Paperless Classroom

Planning a paperless classroom? Here are four important apps you should definitely consider. Using these apps will enable you to create and distribute assignments to your students, provide feedback on your students work, organize your classroom materials, conduct quick formative assessments via quizzes, polls or exit tickets, track grades, record attendance, create seating charts and […]

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UAE exchanges India Educational scholarships to students

New Delhi : Providing Educational Scholarships is an encouragement for students to study well and for teachers to train their students well. These scholarships aim to build confidence and motivate students and teachers alike. UAE Exchange India, as part of CSR activity is providing scholarship for students to build their confidence level and to motivate […]

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Showing the right path for higher education

“Nothing wrong in choosing courses beyond engineering and medicine” There could have been no better platform than the The Hindu Educational Plus Career Counselling 2016 programme held here on Friday in providing much needed inputs to students to determine their future after completing Plus Two examinations. It is definitely a tough period not only for […]

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8 Android Science Apps Ideal for High School Students

March 21, 2016In response to multiple requests we received from our readers here in EdTech and mLearning we went ahead and curated this collection of some very good Android science apps to use with students in class. Unlike iTunes app Store, the options in Google Play are way more limited. So we only included what […]

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11 Powerful Google Sheets Add-ons for Teachers

January 11, 2016Google Sheets add-ons’ store embeds some really handy tools to use to expand and add new functionalities to your spreadsheets. We have reviewed several of these add-ons in the past and today we have curated for you this collection featuring some of the most popular Sheets add-ons out there. We invite you to […]

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A Good Chart Featuring Over 50 Educational Chromebook Apps for Teachers

January 7, 2015We know a lot of our readers here in EdTech and mLearning use Chromebooks in their teaching and that’s why we have created a section dedicated entirely to everything related to the use of Chromebooks in education from video tutorials to tips and tricks on how to make the best of your Chromebook […]

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A New Interesting App to Help Kids Learn Coding Through Creating Games and Interactive Stories

December 19, 2015PBS KIDS Scratch Jr is a new app to help kids ages 5-8 learn coding skills through creating games and interactive stories. The app is a fruit of a collaboration between PBS, Tufts University, the MIT Media Lab, and the Playful Invention Company. Kids can use pre-made characters or create their own using […]

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Terrorist Attacks In France Suspend UK Schools' Educational Trips

The Foreign Office has advised British schools planning to visit France to cancel the trips until after Nov. 22. The Foreign Office has further confirmed that its guidance was in line with the French education ministry that has ruled a state of emergency in France. (Photo : Frederic T Stevens | Getty Images News) Paris […]

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5 Interesting New EdTech Tools for Teachers

October 15, 2015New Educational Web tools’ series for this month  features 5 interesting tools to use for different educational purposes from creating close quizzes to making quick rubrics. Some titles like MoocNote and Quick Rubric have already been reviewed in separate posts here in EdTech and mLearning the rest are featured here for the first […]

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