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Carlo Fusco

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Over the past few weeks I have been thinking more and more about bots. I have gotten used to asking Siri simple searchable questions. I also find I don’t type text messages anymore, instead I am using the voice typing found in the Android keyboard and “OK…
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Hi colleges!
I have shared my ideas about education. I would love if you could read it and give me some feedback.
Thanks :)
http://obulys.blogspot.lt/2016/07/education-will-change-world.html
Hello. My name is Justas. I am twenty years old and I am pretty new in Education sector. Of course, I have a long experience in education system as a student. However, now I am looking to that from a different perspective. T...
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Does anyone have recommendations for a newsletter platform that works on Chromebooks?  I have a couple of teachers who used Microsoft Publisher to create their newsletters but won't have that option with Chromebooks.  Thanks so much!
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I would support the use of google slides. I have adult students that publish newsletters for their volunteer organizations and they are amazed at how easy it is to change the format on google slides to a page format and output the final file as a PDF's. 
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Does anyone have a great rubric for evaluating sites? (for teachers and coaches to use)
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Amy Roediger

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Learned something new about one of my favorite tools today!
During an inservice this past year, I was introduced to a strategy called My Favorite No. We watched this video about the strategy and I really liked it (video AND strategy!). If you don't have time to watch the video ri...
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Shalini Saxena

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Knowledge retention has always been a challenge but with the dawn of eLearning, the subject has gained significant limelight. Deep studies have been conducted over the years to help students learn better by enhancing the teaching methodologies and overall
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Ilona Hetsevich

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There are no exclusions in what concerns the types of classes you can flip. There are even examples of teachers who flipped their physical activity and dance classes.

To prove it, let me bring as an example a case of BITSPEC training organization that deliver the Six Sigma courses, requiring advanced knowledge in math and statistics.
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Educators, are you thinking about your goals and dreams for next year's students, and how technology can help? Check out this summer PD guide. http://nureva.co/29vbF82
In this summer professional development guide, find many options that can boost your ed tech know-how without breaking your budget.
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Take your students on a digital field trip using 3D scanning technology to capture significant historical sites around the world
Digitally preserving and sharing the world's cultural heritage.
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Wow! Great compilation.
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Carlo Fusco

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On July 13, I participated at our local Twitter Chat #PubPD. There were 14 of us discussing the value of coding in schools both “IRL” and on Twitter. One of the people I had the opportunity to speak with was Alanna King. I asked her 3 questions and she…
On July 13, I participated at our local Twitter Chat #PubPD. There were 14 of us discussing the value of coding in schools both “IRL” and on Twitter. One of the people I had the opportu…
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July 21, 2016. Pokémon Go is a cultural phenomenon that has gained so much in popularity over the last few weeks. This is basically an augmented reality game that you can play through your smart phone. The app uses the coordinates of your GPS to determine your location in the real world and ...
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Teachers develop lessons that are more relevant by asking students for critiques and giving them some teaching responsibilities.
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Has anyone used Snapchat with their students (middle school/high school) in an educational way? I am looking into how students may be able to use this app to share photos together at an upcoming drama festival event that we are hosting as I want the sharing of the experience to be engaging to students in a fun way. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
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Great idea! Thanks!
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Gregory Mooney

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Passing the Server+ exam shows employers that you understand how to set up, troubleshoot and manage servers from all kinds of vendors.
Passing this server certification exam shows employers you understand how to set up, monitor, troubleshoot and manage servers from multiple vendors.
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This post grew out of a discussion in a Google group about how we accept answers in scientific notation and what they tell us about student understanding of the same. I share it here because it begs the age-old question, "does technology improve or hamper our understanding of content?"
This week I have been reading with great interest a discussion in a chemistry teachers' Google Group. It started with a post about whether or not teachers find it acceptable when students give answers as 3.6e-4 instead of 3.6...
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helpful post for students..thanks..
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