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The best 4 tips to get your child involved in STEM learning

Parents

The key to getting a child involved in these topics is to make them fun and easy to understand. With more teachers across the U.S. looking for ways to do just that, it’s easier than ever for parents to get involved, and technology plays a crucial role. With edtech at our fingertips at all times, STEM is the most accessible it’s ever been. Keep reading for some wonderful tips on how to help your child foster a love of these concepts.

HE Challenges: Fast Changing Digital Teaching Methods
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HE Challenges: Fast changing digital teaching methods

Higher Ed

When it comes to improving completion rates, reducing tuition costs and helping universities to bridge the revenue gap, technology is part of the solution. In the case of fast changing digital teaching methods however, technology, and the need to adapt to it, is a part of the problem. Perhaps the higher education sector is due for major disruption.

aspects of digital citizenship
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5 Aspects of digital citizenship students must be aware of

Teachers

Good digital citizens typically use technology and online content legally, don’t troll or abuse others online and generally use technology in a positive way. Good Digital Citizenship also amounts to a form of “online hygiene”, teaching students these kinds of “clean” online practices will keep them and their data safer. Today’s blog explores a few useful examples.

myths about BYOD in the classroom
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Debunking 3 myths about BYOD in the classroom

Teachers

Allowing students to use their mobile devices for learning at school used to be a wild idea. But let’s face the fears surrounding BYOD and follow those that already achieved wonderful results by allowing students to bring their own devices to school and use them for their learning. So, I invite you to place the next three myths about BYOD in the classroom right next to dragons, flying horses, and the treasure at the end of the rainbow.

HE challenges funding
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HE Challenges: How some colleges are filling the revenue gap

Higher Ed

In the third blog in our series on higher education challenges, exploring how innovative colleges and universities are addressing them, we’ll look at funding. I’ll look specifically at the non-profit college sector that must increasingly seek out non‐governmental sources of revenue either to replace lost or inadequate funding or to acquire support for new research initiatives, programs, equipment, buildings, staff, and student assistance.

LMS benefits for HE
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Top 5 LMS benefits for HE students

Higher Ed

An LMS for Higher Education brings in plenty of benefits for university administration and faculty members, but most of all, for students. Being able to access various learning materials, to enroll in self-paced courses and competency-based ones, to contact the person of need at the moment of need and to have a bird’s-eye view over their own progress are just five of the benefits an LMS can give HE students.

HE challenges: completion rates
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HE Challenges: Combating declining completion rates

Higher Ed

It’s not all doom and gloom in higher education when it comes to completion rates – there are great many colleges and universities that are taking their responsibilities seriously enough to implement expensive, and time consuming programs. It must also be acknowledged, though, that high schools must do their bit and ensure students arrive on their first day of college better prepared than they are today.

LMS benefits for K-12
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Top 5 LMS benefits for K-12 Students

K-12, LMS

A learning management system for schools provides more than an organized manner for teachers to deliver lessons and manage student outcomes. New features are developed constantly in order to meet the learning needs of students, from kindergarten to high school, and beyond. Using an LMS to deliver the digital part of blended learning is a great way to equip students for the 21st Century world.

3D printing in schools
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3D printing in schools: Is it worth it?

School Management

A general concern with the notion of 3D printing in the classroom is that it seems a rather expensive way to stimulate student interest. And while that is not particularly false, using a 3D printer in instruction can also provide a new context for learning, and allow students to practice not only interdisciplinary skills, but also a fair amount of problem solving and critical thinking.

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