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Getting Off to A Good Start w/ #EdTech: Consideration 2

You understand the important role technology plays in teaching and learning but want to make sure you are getting off to a good start. Whether you have been integrating tech for a while or you’re just getting started, it’s essential to ensure you have the foundation for success in your school or classroom.

To do this, you must ensure your students are digitally literate and they understand

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How to Share Google Docs With People Who Don't Have Google Accounts

A couple of nights ago in my G Suite for Education class I shared the following quick tip about sending Google Docs to parents who don't have Google Accounts. Rather than downloading your document as a Word file or as a PDF then sending it as an attachment from your email client, you can simply select "file," "send as attachment" to email directly from Google Docs.

What’s Going on Inside the Brain of a Bilingual Child?

Part of our ongoing series exploring how the U.S. can educate the nearly 5 million students who are learning English.
Brains, brains, brains. One thing we’ve learned at NPR Ed is that people are fascinated by brain research. And yet it can be hard to point to places where our education system is really making use of the latest neuroscience findings.

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Top Ed-Tech Trends: A Review

It’s time once again for my annual review of “the year in education technology,” something I’ve done since 2010. Tomorrow I’ll launch the seventh edition of this massive, maniacal undertaking.

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The 12 apps of Christmas 2016. Introduce el móvil en la vida de la clase

¡Hola, de nuevo, a tod@s!

¡¡Uuf!! Menudo papelón escribir una entrada después del emocionante post de Juan Carlos, pero, ¡bueno, voy a intentarlo....!

Ya ha pasado varios meses desde mi última aportación al proyecto y, he pensado, que el mes de Diciembre, que comienza mañana, es una oportunidad más que interesante para desarrollar esta actividad que os quiero mostrar.

La iniciativa parte de

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What a Summer Prototype Taught Us About Measuring Quality in an Unbundled Education System

In the summer of 2016, a community of educators, research design partners, and over 150 teens and young adults in Colorado engaged in a bold experiment to rethink how quality and impact might be measured in a modernized system of learning. In this relatively small, short-cycle prototype, the lessons we learned were significant. They are informing a set of expanded pilots taking place in 2017.

In pectore

In pectore es una expresión latina que significa literalmente ‘en el pecho’ o ‘dentro del pecho’.
La Iglesia católica la utiliza para referirse a alguien que es cardenal, pero lo es en secreto. Ya ha sido nombrado, pero no se anuncia su nombre por el motivo que sea. Lo lleva el papa guardado en su pecho, que es donde se mantienen los secretos. Esto se hace a veces para proteger a ese cardenal en países donde puede sufrir persecución. El siguiente fragmento ilustra este uso de in pectore, que es el originario:

Taller presencial para docentes de español en Porto Alegre

El Conselho Riograndense de Profesores de Español – CORPE organiza evento en el Instituto Cervantes de Porto Alegre, con taller para docentes presentado por Espanhol na Rede.

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