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LinkedIn Invites Teens to Network With New University Pages

The professional connections site LinkedIn launches a new section of its social network Monday, as University Pages targets young people who want to connect with colleges. More than 200 schools are...

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25 Social Media Tips You’ve Probably Never Heard

by simplyzesty.com We’re all pretty savvy when it comes to social media, we all know the basics and a lot of us have a deep knowledge of these sites. However, there can always be a...The post 25 Social Media Tips You’ve Probably Never Heard appeared first on TeachThought.

Getting Started With Linkedin Groups For Teachers

by simplyzesty.com LinkedIn can be a great tool for developing professional relationships yet the people we usually connect with are those we’ve already met and know well. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing –...The post Getting Started With Linkedin Groups For Teachers appeared first on TeachThought.

Connect students to industry thought leaders with LinkedIn

LinkedIn has recently introduced the ability for members to directly follow over 100 of the world’s most influential industry thought leaders who will be sharing content about professional issues and topics. This provides a new way for young people to tap into the insight and professional advice of leaders from a variety of fields, including Richard Branson, Tony Robbins, Caterina Fake, Craig

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Oh Español ¡conéctame con el mundo laboral!

No sé cómo será
en su país, pero en el mío el servicio público del Empleo proporciona
formaciones de lenguas específicas para gente en búsqueda de trabajo, y algunos
centros privados también lo hacen.

Desde luego, en
tal contexto ¿por qué no unir aprendizaje de la lengua y trucos para mejorar
las oportunidades de encontrar empleo? Seleccionamos unos sitios que podrían
ser utilizados con

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Weekly Ed-Tech News Roundup: Potatoes, Chromebooks, Jetpacks, & More

Politics and Policies
This week marks the 32nd anniversary of the signing of the Department of Education Organization Act, the law signed by President Jimmy Carter that created the Department of Education. GOOD’s Liz Dwyer has a great post asking a question that’s on a lot of people’s minds: do we still need a Department of Education?

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