Find out how they make their money. Building and maintaining a website is expensive and requires income of some kind to continue. Hopefully you’re aware of how “free” sites such as WordPress, Facebook, Blogger, and Youtube are able to make … Continue reading
For many teachers, classroom blogging is a struggle for a variety of reasons. Even if you have the know-how and the resources, to do it right isn’t such a simple endeavor. The question is, are the rewards worth the struggle? … Continue reading
I had a high school math teacher who sat in front of an overhead projector every class and bored the living hell out of every student, year after year. I had an English teacher who managed to take all of … Continue reading
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Introduction Elearning is booming and many schools are investigating the advantages and opportunities afforded by using the WWW to enhance participation in learning activities and add value to the courses they offer. The following guide is intended to help schools … Continue reading
Which do you think has more influence on student test scores? Check out this info from the book Freakonomics: 8 factors that correlate to higher test scores 1. Highly educated parents 2. Parents have high socioeconomic status 3. Mother was thirty … Continue reading