Math Prep & Assessment Tools for Testing Season

MATH IN A FLASH: It’s spring, and you know what that means: testing season. So, prep for those seasonal assessment blues with HeyMath! from Singapore’s K-8 math lessons and practice tests. Or, take a page out of Edutopia’s book and try one of these ten flashcard apps for mobile devices. Maybe your s

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Using "App-Smashing" in the Classroom

POSITIVELY “SMASHING”: Have you heard about this recent “smashing” craze? App smashing refers to the practice of using multiple apps in conjunction to complete a project. Sounds cool, right? Wait ‘til you see the possibilities! New Zealand educator Richard Wells writes up a whole slew of app smashab

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No Courses, No Classrooms, No Grades — Just Learning

A Boston area innovation studio for middle and high school students is bucking the traditional school model for what students love best: hands-on learning.

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5 Bad Technology Habits Teachers Can Fall Into

5-bad-tech-habits-teachers5 Bad Technology Habits Teachers Can Fall Into by Aimee Hosler  Computer-based testing. Flipped classrooms. eLearning and online courses. Mobile learning. Personalized learning algorithms. Technology has revolutionized learning – and teaching. It doesn’t always work as planned, but when...

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Coma y admiración

Cuando la coma coincide con un signo de admiración de cierre, se debe escribir primero el signo de admiración y después la coma:
(1) ¡Niños!, venid aquí ahora mismo.
Este orden es fijo y viene dictado por las normas ortográficas y la tradición ortotipográfica.

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