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The Top 5 Things Parents Want From Their Schools – Edudemic

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The most convenient and prolonged standpoint that our nation has had on education imparted through the local districts is that our education implementation is focused on being identical to neighboring schools. However, each school has its own arguments to claim that it is better than the rest. Most of the schools are identical with just …

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3 Epic Technologies That Transform Teaching & Learning – Edudemic

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I am a teacher, a developer, a parent, and a techie. I love technology in all its forms. Part of my role at my school is to ask, what is the benefit of technology in the classroom? The more I ask this question, the more I realize that it is not about the technology at …

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Public universities to present status reports.

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The Government has launched a major crackdown on public universities in what Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi said is aimed at streamlining operations and improving the quality of education.

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Thousands fail to register as exams website slowed down by demand

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Thousands of candidates may miss Monday’s deadline to register for this year’s national examinations due to a computer glitch.

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How Curriculum for 21st Century Must Look Like? – EdTechReview™ (ETR)

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What must curriculum for 21st century include? What must be its goal?

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Why you shouldn’t use pirated software | Capital Campus

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If you are in campus then one time or another you have done it. You probably bought it is some tacky small shop in town, but you are not stupid. With the throwaway price you knew something wasn’t right or maybe you downloaded it from a torrent site. You computer keeps telling you, “this copy of windows is not genuine.” We have all at one time used pirated software for one reason or another simply because it was too expensive or we were too stingy to buy the real thing. However before you go down this road or rather continue down this road it would be wise to know the downside of pirating software.

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50 Great Books For Parents And Teachers – Edudemic

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Not too long ago, we posted a graphic that highlighted 50 must-read books for teachers. They ranged from books on lesson planning to classroom management, and real-life classroom stories. I stumbled upon this handy infographic, which is clearly just a different iteration more geared towards parenting. We know that many of you are parents yourselves, …

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