Using Mobile Technology To Prepare For An Exam

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A lot of students may become overwhelmed when preparing for an exam thinking about the hours of studying that may go into it. Managing different educational subjects and extracurriculars while finding time to study for an exam outside of the classroom is not always an easy task. Luckily, mobile technology has made it easier for…

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The Benefits of Technology Usage In The Classroom

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The traditional classroom learning environment has changed drastically over the years as technology continues to pave the way for new learning opportunities and growth within every classroom. Using the Internet to access resources, materials, and tools for teachers and students has become the norm as it serves as a vital source for engaged learning. By…

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2022 EdTech Trends to Consider in the New Year

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Throughout 2022, classrooms have started to increase their use of EdTech. Teachers can now assign work, receive feedback, and give their students an opportunity to enhance their education on their own time. Searching for different EdTech tools to implement in the classroom doesn’t have to be a hassle. It’s best to focus on technology that…

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Online Tools for ACT & SAT Preparation

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From the years of having to go to the library to find helpful studying resources to now finding them with the click of a button, times have changed; there are now several digital resources available for focusing and improving the retention of information. Hours spent in the library buried in books trying to retain as…

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Getting Educators Excited About Using EdTech

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Education Technology (or EdTech) was designed to improve teaching and learning, specifically in the areas of analysis, development, and design. However, it has become increasingly more important within the last few years. While the recent pandemic forced many organizations to work online, it greatly affected teaching and learning capabilities. Educators bore much of the brunt…

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How to Improve Your Students Writing Skills with Technology

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Writing is a critical skill for all generations. However, as technology advances and shifts much of the writing we do from physical pencil and paper to digital formats, such as typing and texting, the writing skills of recent generations are impacted.. While this shift allows individuals to write faster and distribute on a larger scale,…

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How to Help Your Students Recover from Learning Loss

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As the summer days come to an end and classrooms begin to fill, you might notice a learning loss obstacle in their students that they can’t seem to solve. Whether it’s the effects of summer or the continuation of remote learning, it’s best if you create a learning management system to keep your students’ learning…

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How to Use Ed Tech to Promote Summer Learning

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Summertime offers many chances for kids to get creative and explore, but those opportunities can be wasted when children are distracted by their electronics. Fellow parents, we know that┬ákeeping your child’s learning skills sharp is at the top of your to-do list, but most parents don’t have the time to sit down and plan many…

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6 Ways to Improve Online and Hybrid Engagement

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One of the most challenging aspects of a classroom is getting students to participate in a lesson. As schools begin incorporating more online elements, this challenge has only seemed to increase. Digital and remote learning platforms can create added communication barriers that aren’t present in a traditional classroom. Communication barriers like being unable to see…

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Implementing Useful Online Teaching Strategies in the Classroom

In the not-so-distant past, blended learning was limited by a lack of technological resources and inexperienced teachers who were more accustomed to traditionally in-person classrooms. In the last two years, technology has been a major focus for educational budgets with digital devices such as tablets and laptops pouring into schools and becoming an essential piece…

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