Category Archives: Classroom Management

How and why you should flip your classroom

You’ve likely heard the buzz about flipping the classroom, but do you know what exactly it means? Well, flipped classroom is an exciting movement in education to create an engaging learning experience for students.

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STEM workshops teach young girls tech skills

The need of the hour for United States of America right now is to nurture their young and bright students, towards a more technical based education of STEM. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is the base on which the American … Continue reading

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3D printers are taking classroom learning to the next level

Today, companies are developing 3D printers that can create things like make-up powders, medicines, artificial limbs, human skin, auto spare parts, and more. So, it is clear that these printers would play an important part in manufacturing by simplifying several … Continue reading

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How to Use Video Role Play in the Digital Classroom

Digital classrooms are those technologically advanced piece of structures, which are passing on the knowledge of past, present and the approaching future to the next generation. An audio visual communication material provides a rich medium through which teaching and learning … Continue reading

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Has Wikipedia already become more popular than Britannica?

Wikipedia has recently turned 14, and the site is considered one of the top ten most visited sites in 2014. The site plays an important role in learning and knowledge gathering industry. It has also overtaken Britannica as far as … Continue reading

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Five year old kids learn about computer coding in British schools

The world is aware about President Obama’s ConnectED initiative and other similar programs that aim to modernize the education system in the country. Now, politicians from the United Kingdom have taken similar steps to change their education system. Let’s take … Continue reading

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Are smart phone applications good enough to teach languages?

These are thousands of android and iOS applications that can help you learn various languages from around the world for free. But are these apps good enough to replace one-to-one teaching or classroom teaching? Let’s take a look at two … Continue reading

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Why States are taking initiatives for digitalization of education

President Obama’s ConnectED initiative aims to connect students and teachers with high speed internet within next five years. This will allow students to experience digital classrooms and learn using digital software solutions. To support this initiative, Apple pledged to donate … Continue reading

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Free apps to reinforce effort & provide recognition

Socrative.Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational exercises and games via smartphones, laptops, and tablets. I have heard teachers giving 2 thumbs up! PollEverywhere. Poll Everywhere lets you … Continue reading

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Can Tweeting Help Your Teaching?

So, what are you doing? If you’re one of the 3 million people on Twitter, you are likely inclined to tell whoever cares right now, in 140 characters or fewer (or, about the length of this paragraph). Twitter, on the … Continue reading

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