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How to Enhance Your Cyber Security with Free Antivirus Apps

The Internet has become central to our lives over the past two decades. It’s virtually impossible to imagine our everyday routine without a working Internet connection; whether it’s talking to other people, conducting business plans or researching material for an essay, you need a way to connect to the web in order to do so. Being able to get your ...

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Today’s EdTech in the Classroom

By: Kiersten Bush Tech continues to make inroads in how teachers structure and lead their classrooms and how students accomplish learning. Sometimes keeping up with the pace of classroom change is difficult. Of course, computers have been a part of classrooms for quite some time—decades, in fact. But as technology has gotten more accessible and more affordable, it’s meant that more ...

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Post-It Poll and Debate: Using Padlet to Show Changes in Opinion and Spur Discussion

Classroom debates require students to exercise their critical thinking skills, analyze different opinions, and logically present their arguments to their peers and teacher. Although writing persuasive essays necessitates logical, creative, and critical thinking, an oral defense of one’s opinion is an ever-evolving learning exercise. Oral debates do more for students than static prompt-response assignments. Teaching students to think on their ...

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Feelin’ That Beat: Free Apps for Music Lovers & Novices

Today we’ve got apps for anything and everything, so why would music education be excluded? Learning how to read notes, more about music composers, even playing an instrument has never been easier than now, seeing that everything can be found at our fingertips. You don’t have to pay for those pricy piano lessons anymore when you’ve got apps that help ...

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Blended Learning & Your Classroom: An Introduction

If you’re of a certain age, most of your formal education probably took place in a traditional classroom. Desks in rows filled the space, while a teacher stood at the front offering information, exercises, and lecture notes using various tools such as a chalkboard and overhead projector. Times have certainly changed, that’s for sure. Even in what are considered “traditional” ...

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