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By Alexander Shuart on Apr 1st, 2015
Having recently graduated from high school, I feel well educated when it comes to general subjects such algebra or history. However, there is one...
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By Sheila Sitaram on Apr 1st, 2015
This blog series explores the divide between digital and print mediums, with special consideration for the role of accessibility and temporality in...
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By Mark MIka on Mar 29th, 2015
Kids in our generation are more likely to consume alcohol in high school and college than ever before. With knowing that it is also more easier to...
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By Neal Swisher on Mar 29th, 2015
A recent report released by market intelligence firm Tractica indicates: Tractica forecasts that the overall wearables market will grow from 17....
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By Brandon Gerwig on Mar 28th, 2015
When one hears the word "Adderall", a few things may go through their head. Those things could be negative, or those things could be positive. One...
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By Mark Zywiol on Mar 26th, 2015
There is a great deal of discussion in the current education setting about the "best" teaching style.  The current argument is how we should be...
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By Emma McLaughlin on Mar 25th, 2015
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    Religion seems to be avoided in schools, educators are reluctant to raising the topic of religion in the classroom. ...
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By Cathy Davidson on Mar 25th, 2015
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Yesterday, in "Mapping the Futures of Higher Education," a student-led graduate course for Graduate Center students currently teaching in the CUNY...
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By Courtney Lautenbach on Mar 23rd, 2015
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     The way people learn can be found in just about anything in our day to day lives. For years psychologist have been studying and...
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By Brandon Howard on Mar 23rd, 2015
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A century ago, the teaching of manners and etiquette was as much a part of classroom instruction as the three R’s. Students learned how to act and...
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By Cathy Davidson on Mar 23rd, 2015
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What’s in that water in Finland?  First they abolish standardized, summative, high stakes testing —and come out in the top 5 in all numeracy and...
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By Madeline McAllister on Mar 23rd, 2015
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The Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Western Australia recently hosted one of the world’s leading academics in interactive and immersive...
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By Treena Balds on Mar 23rd, 2015
He told me all about it the night we met. The night I finally died.
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By Neal Swisher on Mar 22nd, 2015
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Flux and Stasis in the Data-Self Discourses surrounding self-tracking (aka personal analytics) tend to invoke “improvement.” Fitness trackers...
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By Alan Taylor on Mar 22nd, 2015
NOT ALL AT ONCE! Unravelling Trained Incapacities in Classroom Film Education I have just returned from a conference on American Culture in Jena,...
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By Timothy Foster on Mar 19th, 2015
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I love using Wikipedia in the language classroom. As a teacher of elementary Spanish and Portuguese, there's no quicker way to find out the way...