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4 November, 2016

Whether you’re working a full-time job, unemployed, a high school graduate or a stay-at-home parent, online college is suitable your lifestyle. Distance education has changed

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3 November, 2016

What is usually referred to as texting, and sometimes Short Message Service (SMS), includes sending and receiving short messages via cell phones. This very specific functionality

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2 November, 2016

Note-taking has progressed way beyond pencil and paper – but it’s still an effective study method whether you are learning online or on campus. How

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1 November, 2016

  Whether you are returning to school after military service or enrolling for the first time with civilian career goals in mind, there’s a lot

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31 October, 2016

Background Senioritis is a term used colloquially to describe the reduced motivation towards studies displayed by students who are nearing the end of their high

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30 October, 2016

Peer-mediated instruction (PMI) is a method in special education where peers of the target students are trained to give necessary tutoring in educational, behavioral, and/or

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29 October, 2016

Shared reading is an instructional method in which the teacher explicitly models the strategies and skills of proficient readers. In Brenda Parkes’ important text, Read

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28 October, 2016

Flipping the classroom, or ‘inverted teaching’ is a response to the idea that class time can be used to involve students in learning through active learning techniques,

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27 October, 2016

The digital teaching platform is a new educational series of products structured to operate in a teacher-led classroom. It offers a new tech-centric approach to

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26 October, 2016

Differentiated instruction (sometimes called differentiated learning) includes providing students with various avenues to acquiring content; to processing, constructing, or making sense of ideas; and to

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