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How Rapid Technology Change Impacts Your Teaching

How Rapid Technology Change Impacts Your Teaching by Terry Heick In an increasingly digital world (or increasingly digital human experience anyway), rapid technology change is a fact of life. And these threats aren’t limited to business disruption, the safety of your data, or the digital footprint of your children. This kind of change also introduces […]

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50 Of The Best Education Accounts On Twitter

50 Of The Best Education Accounts On Twitter By TeachThought Staff Which are the best education accounts on twitter to follow? Well, that depends on how you define ‘best.’ Education is a constantly evolving organism, with individual humans and institutions making up the cells and organs that keep it running. Whether you agree with what […]

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Don’t Spend A Penny On Education Technology Until This Is Clear

Don’t Spend A Penny On Education Technology Until This Is Clear by Terry Heick More than five years ago in February of 2012, a local Swedish newspaper reported that the Stockholm suburb of Sollentuna planned to transition entirely away from textbooks to tablet PCs by 2013. In a familiar argument, Sollentuna ed leaders argued that their […]

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What’s A Twitter Chat? An Example And Definition For 2018

What’s A Twitter Chat? An Example And Definition For 2018 by TeachThought Staff What’s a twitter chat? Where can you see an example of a twitter chat? How do twitter chats work? All good questions. In 2017/2018, social media is undergoing changes in trend and usage–more visual and focused on engagement rather than simple funneling […]

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Useful Graphic: 100 Free Online Resources For Students

Useful Graphic: 100 Free Online Resources For Students by Ashley McCann  Thanks to the internet, we have an entire world of information and resources at our fingertips – and sometimes that feels like both a blessing and a curse. Sure, we have access to archives, databases, tools, and up-to-the-minute commentary on current events, but finding […]

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How To Create A Custom Google Search Engine For Your Students

How To Create A Custom Google Search Engine For Your Students by TeachThought Staff While many teachers embrace the chaos of digital research, for others setting students loose on Google is a recipe for a research project chock-full of Wiki Answers and other less-than-ideal information sources. Because evaluating the credibility of information is an important […]

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19 Things To Do At The 2017 Library Of Congress National Book Festival

19 Things To Do At The 2017 Library Of Congress National Book Festival by TeachThought Staff From a press release On Saturday, September 2 in Washington D.C., the 2017  Library Of Congress National Book Festival will take place, with a huge assortment of kids-centered activities free and open to the public. From a great lineup of authors—including […]

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How To Delete Icons From A Mac Desktop

How To Delete Icons From Mac Desktop by TeachThought Staff Though we’ve used a variety of devices for years, we recently switched from Windows to Mac here at TeachThought for our primary workstations. As a result, while we’re accustomed to iOS, Android, Windows, and others, MacOS has provided a bit of a learning curve for […]

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