Tue.Dec 25, 2018

Guest post: Technology in Schools

EdTech4Beginners

In today’s world, technology is increasingly becoming predominant in schools. Students nowadays have access to the latest and up to date technology. They can research just about anything to help with their studies. Devices such as laptops, smartphones, tablets, etc. are fast replacing our textbooks. Data label, an online label manufacturing company, conducted a survey recently where people were asked whether they feel technology in schools has had positive effects on children.

What We Believe In at Education Elements

Education Elements

The end of one year and the beginning of a new year is frequently a time of reflection and introspection, writing lists, and making resolutions. Personalized Learning School Districts Leaders

OPINION: These big universities put rivalries aside to raise graduation rates for low-income students

The Hechinger Report

. Bryce Nelson, a marketing major at the University of Central Florida, had a full class schedule and worked 35 to 40 hours a week at jobs on and off campus, to make ends meet. By his sophomore year, Nelson was about to drop out of college.

20 Things You May Have Missed in 2018

Shake Up Learning

The post 20 Things You May Have Missed in 2018 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Here are the BEST Blog Posts of 2018! I have put together a list of the BEST and most popular Shake Up Learning blog posts from 2018. There went another year!

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

Do My Classroom Rules Help or Hurt Learning?

MiddleWeb

Recently for the first time 10-year veteran Michelle Russell gave students extra credit for an optional assignment. It worked! And helped her realize she needed to examine other classroom practices to see if they had merit or were just old habits that needed rethinking.

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How Writing Down What You’re Thankful For Can Be Good For Mental and Physical Health

MindShift

Over this past year, lifestyle blogger Aileen Xu has kept a monthly gratitude list. Sometimes it was the big stuff: “I’m grateful that my family is so understanding. I’m grateful so many people care.” ” And sometimes it was life’s little blessings: “July 2018: I’m grateful for good hair after I shower.” ” Xu started making such lists when she was in college, “at a point when I was just not in a very good place in my life.”

Top Ten Turnitin Blogs of 2018

Turnitin

The top ten most read Turnitin blogs in 2018 on education, plagiarism, and pedagogy

#4: 25 education trends for 2018

eSchool News

[ Editor’s note: This story, originally published on January 1st of this year, was our #4 most popular story of the year. Happy holidays, and thank you for tuning into our 2018 countdown!].

Make The Best of Your Gmail Experience with These Handy Extensions

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Gmail is a powerful mail service that we have been recommending for teachers over the last couple of years. The strength of Gmail lies in the arsenal of features it provides to users from tips on how.read more

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Teachers’ Guide to Plagiarism

This article provides teachers with a step-by-step guide on how to handle plagiarism in the classroom: it examines the definition of the term "plagiarism" and its types with examples, describes common reasons students plagiarize, and provides tips for teachers to detect and prevent plagiarism among students.