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GRHOSE LOZ Diamond Blocks Nanoblock Mickey Mouse Featuring Captain America Educational Toy 240PCS

Micro blocks are small building blocks (smaller then lego) for children ages 9 plus. Comes packed in its original box with instructions included. fun building blocks mini figure to build and display. Product Features Micro blocks are small building blocks (smaller then lego) For children ages 9 plus Comes packed in its original box with […]

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Little Treasures Loz diamond blocks featuring sesame street big-bird I-block fun – Mini Building Brick Set children’s educational toy 110pcs new in original box

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Educational Insights GeoSafari Jr. Talking Microscope, Featuring Bindi Irwin

It’s the only talking microscope for preschoolers! This new, colorful update to the original GeoSafari Jr. Talking Microscope by Educational Insights introduces preschoolers to even more amazing animals, plants, and household items. There are 5x more images to view and learn about and 20 total prepared slides. Little ones choose from Fact Mode to learn […]

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American Curves 3D Mousepad Featuring Jennifer Nicole Lee in Green Bikini

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An Interesting Infographic Featuring 8 Good Exit Ticket Tools for Teachers

February 23, 2017Here is an infographic we created for the post “8 Great Exit Ticket Tools for Teachers”. The post is too long and did’t have much space for this visual so we are sharing it here separately. Exit tickets or cards are informal assessment tools teachers can use to assess students understanding at the […]

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A Handy Chart Featuring YouTube Guidelines for Teachers

February 21, 2017Here is a handy chart we have prepared for teachers using YouTube in their instruction and for anyone else interested in learning more about how to use YouTube effectively. The chart is based on guidelines featured in YouTube  Help and all we did is curating and organizing them in easily navigable categories. Clicking […]

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Free Downloadable Poster Featuring The Four Levels of Reading

January , 2017How to Read a Book is one of the classic books on reading written by Mortimer and Van Doren. It offers a number of key strategies to enhance readers comprehension skills and help them become good readers.  More specifically, it divides the act of reading into four major levels each of which targets […]

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A Good Visual Featuring 10 iPad Apps for Teaching Kids Coding

January 24, 2017Kids learn best when they are engaged in hands-on activities that challenge their imagination and unleash their creative thinking. The coding apps we selected for you today can do just that. They spark kids interest through immersive games and interactive learning activities designed to teach children basics of computer programming and coding skills. […]

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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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An Interesting Infographic Featuring 16 Great Writing Guides for Teachers and Students

January 10, 2017Below is a handy infographic we designed specially for language teachers and anyone else keen on improving their writing skills. The visual is based on Paul Silvia’s popular book ‘How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing”. At the reference page of his book, Paul featured a collection of […]

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An Excellent Infographic Featuring Basic Chromebook Tips for Teachers

January 7, 2017For those of you using or planning to use Chromebooks in their instruction, the infographic below is a good resource to keep handy. It is also one of our popular graphics we shared last year. It features what we believe are the eight important tips every Chromebook user should be aware of. These […]

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A Handy Chart Featuring 9 Popular Latin Phrases for Research Students

January 5, 2017Below is a handy chart comprising some of the popular latin phrases student researchers can use in their research papers. Each of these phrases comes with a short explanatory statement together with an example contextualizing its use. The definitions are based on Google dictionary, Wikipedia and Merriam Webster.  Enjoy

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A Good Infographic Featuring Some of The Best iPad Apps for Writers (2017 Version)

January 3, 2017Here is an interesting infographic we have been working on over the last few days. The visual is inspired by Apple’s classification of writing apps featured in App Store. We did some tweaking to Apple’s list of apps and categories and added another category named Mind Mapping apps and the final result is […]

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An Interesting Infographic Featuring 12 iPad Apps Ideal for Librarians

December 24, 2016Here is another of our popular posts of 2016. This is an infographic that features a set of 12 iPad apps ideal for librarians. The purpose is to provide librarians with applications to facilitate their work and enhance their productivity. The selected apps cover different areas from citation and bibliography to note taking […]

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