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Examples of elementary blogs

Started by Mitch Fowler in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Amber Rae Brown Jun 6. 69 Replies

Recently, Wesley Fryer forced me to realize that I am simply "digitizing school 1.0 (as he put it at NECC)". While I thought I was using my classroom blog (…Continue

Tags: elementary education, blogging, blogs, wesley fryer, elementary

Types of Resumes Formats to Consider Based on Audience

Started by Marina Popova in Introductions. Last reply by Cristopher Lemmy Apr 23. 1 Reply

Writing a resume for an employer can be a trying experience. The first step is to choose a format that best suits a job seeker's audience and job. The article was prepared with the support of writers from the…Continue

How to Write a College Paper in a Stressless Way

Started by Marina Popova in Introductions Jan 20. 0 Replies

So, the question is: how do you find that essay-writing zen? There’s a simple check-list by Essaypromo.codes that can help you deal with writing assignments: no worries, no…Continue

Learning PHP for Beginners

Started by Marina Popova in Success Stories Sep 11, 2021. 0 Replies

PHP is a great beginning programming language for those interested in learning computer programming or enhancing their HTML web pages.PHP for BeginnersMany people are interested in computer programming but feel threatened when they are faced with…Continue

Tags: homework, programming

"Feel-bad education"

Started by PACI Dominique in Philosophy / Pedagogy. Last reply by Cristopher Lemmy Sep 5, 2021. 8 Replies

I read this article about what Mr Alfie Kohn calls Feel bad education.It jerked me into questioning the way I teach. I did not find the article entirely cynical and I…Continue

Tags: class, scores, 2.0, web, joy

PowerPointless

Started by Elizabeth Davis in Uncategorized. Last reply by Cristopher Lemmy Jul 20, 2021. 13 Replies

An interesting study finds that written PowerPoint slides actually hinder learning (something I've always wondered about). Powerpoint bad for brains - Menace of…Continue

Tags: powerpoint

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