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7 New Features Added To Google Classroom

Google Announces New Features In Google Classroom by TeachThought Staff At TeachThought, while we love Apple’s products, app ecology, and general aesthetic, we tend towards recommending Google for most classrooms. Though they’re not mutually exclusive, rare is the classroom that has the budget for Chromebooks and iPads. 1:1 is rare; 2:1 is rarer still. Google Classroom […]

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8 Back To School Spending Tips For Parents & Teachers

Don’t Buy That! How To Survive Back To School Season Without Going Broke by Dawn Casey-Rowe, Author of Don’t Sniff the Glue: A Teacher’s Misadventures in Education Reform Parents and teachers–you’re about to go broke! It’s back to school season.   Parents–you’re looking at The List sent from school. You want to cry. Teachers, you see […]

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30 Companies That Offer Teacher Discounts In 2016

30 Companies That Offer Teacher Discounts In 2016 by RetailMeNot.com It’s no secret that back-to-school shopping gets crazy expensive for teachers. If they’re not shelling out money for art supplies and paper, they’re off buying fresh clothes and shoes. Luckily, the 30 retailers below want to help. From Apple to J.Crew, these companies offer exclusive […]

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Spatial Thinking & Critical Analysis: Teaching With Portal 2

Spatial Thinking & Critical Analysis: Teaching With Portal 2 by Michael Catelli Educators know that students need hands on, engaging activities to help enhance their learning and the right video games are the best way offer this opportunity. When I played Portal 2 a few years ago I found the game thought provoking and fun, […]

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Innovation In Libraries Can Lead To Innovation In Schools

Innovation In Libraries Can Lead To Innovation In Schools  by Terry Heick Libraries are brilliant because books are brilliant. So how we organize those books is no small matter—and deserves additional scrutiny as technology changes things. Let’s, then, look at this idea first as a matter of symbolism, then function: What books are, and how […]

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12 Literary Road Trips In A Single Map

Extraordinary! 12 Literary Road Trips In A Single Map by TeachThought Staff Richard Kreitner and Steven Melendez over at atlasobscura recently shared a map you might want to take a look at. The map–and its hand-typed notes–represent an enormous effort, and the selections themselves some mighty fine taste in recent literature. There are over 1500 entries on […]

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40 Important STEM Resources For Women

40 Important STEM Resources For Women by TeachThought Staff According to findings by the Economics & Statistics Administration, less than 25% of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) jobs are held by women — even though they make up more than half the workforce and college degrees. An undeniable glass ceiling hovers over these industries, and women […]

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