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Planning Educational Facilities: What Educators Need to Know

Planning Educational Facilities: What Educators Need to Know is a book about planning and the responsibilities educators have in the process of planning for educational facilities. The book covers every aspect of planning that needs to be done to complete any capital improvement project from the assessment of need to the evaluation of the product […]

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I Know New York

It’s fun, it’s challenging, it’s “I Know New York”! There’s something for everyone. If you’re a “Know It All”, we have a category for you! Timid? Go for the multiple choice questions. Competitive? Be a “Raider”! Product Features Multi-Player Trivia Game About New York State (Not Just The City) Larger Type for Easier-To-Read Questions and […]

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Teaching What You Don’t Know

Your graduate work was on bacterial evolution, but now you’re lecturing to 200 freshmen on primate social life. You’ve taught Kant for twenty years, but now you’re team-teaching a new course on “Ethics and the Internet.” The personality theorist retired and wasn’t replaced, so now you, the neuroscientist, have to teach the “Sexual Identity” course. […]

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DO YOU KNOW ME?(WHO AM I?)STUDENT CARDS & FILL-IN-THE PICTURE-FRAME SET

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6 Basic Google Scholar Tips Every Teacher Should Know about

January 16, 2017Here is an updated version of one of our popular Google Scholar posters we published in 2016.  The visual features some of the basic tips and features that every teacher and student using this academic search engine should know about. The content of the visual is based on guidelines provided by Scholar Help […]

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What Teachers Need to Know about The Digital Writing Workshop (Book)

January 14, 2017In  ” The Digital Writer’s Workshop””, Hicks Troy dissects the act of writing in the light of today’s digital technologies and provides an illuminating and practical analysis of how teachers can take advantage of technology in creating better writers. From the start, Troy makes it evident that he subscribes to the sociocultural movement […]

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8 Great Google Extensions You Probably Didn't Know Existed

January 14, 2017Today we spent sometime checking the archives of Chrome Web Store and singled out for you the collection below. These are all Chrome extensions created by Google but are not very popular among teachers ( compared with add-ons such as Google Classroom, Scholar..etc). Some of things you can do with these tools include: […]

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Everything You Need to Know about The 21st Century Literacies (Book)

December 31, 2016  New Literacies is relatively a new movement that appeared a couple of decades ago. Proponents of this movement include celebrated scholars in the calibre of James Paul Gee, Colin Lankshear,  Gunther Kruss  to mention but a few . These scholars study literacy from a sociolinguistic perspective arguing that culture and society take […]

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10 Handy Google Drive Tips Every Teacher Should Know about

December 14, 2016In today’s Top of 2016 Posts series we are sharing with you this handy visual we published earlier this year. The visual features 10 basic Google Drive tips to help teachers make the best of this platform in their instruction. The tips included are: Access your files offline Conduct Drive searches to locate […]

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Everything You Need to Know to Effectively Integrate Formative Assessment in Your Instruction

November 13, 2016Formative assessment is an evaluative approach that allows teachers to take quick snapshots of students learning in class. It’s an ongoing process that can happen anytime during a lesson regardless of content area. Unlike summative assessment whose goal is to assess students overall learning outcomes at the end of an instructional unit, formative […]

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Everything Teachers Need to Know about Explore for Google Docs and Sheets

November 3, 2016Explore is a new interesting feature that Google introduced few weeks ago to empower Drive users with a wide variety of new functionalities. In today’s post we are sharing with you (especially those who haven’t seen them yet) a review of the main things you can do with Explore on both Google Docs […]

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Four Important Google Drive Updates Teachers Should Know about

October 5, 2016Google has recently changed the name of its popular service Google Apps for Education to  G Suite for Education. With this change comes a bunch of new features that have been added to some of apps included in the G Suite for Education. These features use machine intelligence to facilitate and add more […]

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The Four Stages of Reading Students Should Know about

How to Read a Book  by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren is one of the most celebrated classic works in the reading literature. It was first published in 1940 and then revisited and updated in an edition that was released in 1972. Since its publication millions of copies have been sold and is still […]

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10 Important Chromebook Tips Every Teacher Should Know about

July 29, 2016If you are using or planning to use Chromebook in your instruction, the tips below are definitely worth your attention. These are instructions to help you make the best of your Chromebook in terms of how to search for and find educational apps to use on it, how to customize its settings to […]

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