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6 free resources for teachers–just in time for back-to-school
As students and teachers adjust to being back in classrooms for a new school year, we've gathered a list of free resources for teachers.
3 back-to-school apps for lesson planning
Thanks to these back-to-school apps, teachers will return to classrooms armed with some new and useful resources.
Deepening the Educational Experience Through Collaborative Learning
For generations, classrooms had been organized in a traditional way: teachers lectured at the front of the room while students dutifully scribbled lessons in paperbound notebooks, did assignments by themselves, and sat in single desks facing forward. Now, that venerable arrangement has been disrupted permanently, primarily because of technology.
Here’s how to support multi-screen classrooms
An IT director describes how his team unleashed teaching and learning by revamping their infrastructure and supporting multi-screen classrooms.
Setting social media boundaries between teachers and students
While increased technology access gives teachers and students more ways to communicate, it's also important to ensure both parties know what is and is not acceptable--setting social media boundaries can help.
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