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Future Of Education

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edward Lake Oct 4, 2017. 5 Replies

What it the feature of education? As for me, it's experimental learning where students are educated through the first-hand experience with different tools like virtual reality and gamification. What…Continue

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My name is Nancy Lin. I’m an enthusiastic school teacher from Kansas City. In free from teaching time I like blogging. I enjoy writing about school life, technology in education, educational problems and social issues.  I was published on well-known websites such as socawlege.com, culturedvultures.com, www.diyauthor.com, www.students.org, collegelifestyles.org and many others.  

I am interested in technology and their implementation in the educational process. When I am not using technology I am spending time with my family and waiting to be out in the snow riding my snowmobile.

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First Day School Activities

Posted on August 30, 2017 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Dear Colleagues! 1 September is coming soon. I've made infographics in this regard.

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How I Implemented Blended Learning In My Classroom With Finite Sources And Got A Significant Results

Posted on August 29, 2017 at 9:23am 2 Comments

Most of us have heard about blending learning. Many even use it in their teaching practice. Still, some confuse blending learning with other concepts such as technology-rich classrooms or online classrooms.

To distinguish these concepts, I’ll give the definition of blending learning. Blending learning – is a mix of face-to-face teaching with online learning, thus students conduct part of their learning in school and the other part online.

Now it’s time to tell you about…

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