Online math textbook enhances learning for Wichita students

Algebra and geometry in Wichita schools just got a little more real-world and a lot more online.

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It’s called blended learning (not blended teaching) for a reason

By Peter West, eSchool News
Is your Learning Management System paradigm teacher- or student-centered? Building online courses with an effective paradigm as the guiding force is also vital.

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The Benefits of Learning-by-Doing With Business Simulation Games

Business Simulation Games are a Great way to Bring Active, Applied Learning into Business and Marketing Courses Of the many different forms of Active Learning made possible through modern…

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When Students Get Creative With Tech Tools, Teachers Focus on Skills

Teachers find the most success integrating technology into the classroom when they have clear instructional goals.
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How Are Teachers and Students Using Khan Academy? – MOOC Learning Community

Katrina Schwartz | May 6, 2014 | 7 Comments   In 2006, Sal Khan started making YouTube videos meant to help his nieces with their math homework. Since then, Khan’s video collection has grown into a huge repository of tutorials used in and out of classrooms with a large team working behind the scenes to tailor tools and train teachers. The website now offers 5,500 …

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A Cooler Way To Use Your Phone To Play Video Games

Playing video games on your phone is all fine and good, but using your phone to control what happens on another screen? Now that’s really cool.
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Seven keys to deploying tablets successfully

By Marc Fanaroff, eSchool News
Marc Fanaroff, a special education administrator for more than 30 years, shares his advice on successfully deploying tablets in schools.

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