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Web cameras eye online test-takers

The number of students taking courses online is surging, creating a dilemma for educators who want to prevent cheating.

Do you trust students to take an exam on their…

Groups push for media-literacy education

A new survey from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) and Cable in the Classroom reveals that states are making progress when it comes to teaching students about media…

Document cameras provide NO LIMIT! to learning math

The act of constructing–not memorizing–knowledge takes a great deal of energy and activity. It demands collaboration, real-world tools, critical thinking, creativity, and a genuine desire to learn. Knowledge construction also…

Video curriculum aims to help students of all learning styles understand science

Explore the wonder of microscopic life with this Exploratorium web site

Multimedia timeline marks key decisions of 20th-century presidents

‘PennSound’ offers poetry for your iPod

Virtual tours offer trips through time

Access to long-vanished sites and experiences are enriching learning for American students visiting museums and cultural centers from coast to coast, as the United States begins to catch up with…

Study reveals large disparities in state standards

As lawmakers begin the process of renewing the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), a report released June 7 by the Education Department (ED) is sure to fuel debate about…

Sports, science a winning combination

A pioneering program at the University of Southern Mississippi aims to leverage students' interest in sports to attract them to the study of advanced science and materials technology. The school's…