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A Balanced Look into School Social Media Policies

When discussing social media policies,  there are two major federal policies educators must consider, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) of 1998 and the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA)…

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Challenges & Advantages of Collaborative Learning

By: Gina Sansivero from SEEN Magazine Collaborative or active learning is a methodology that transforms the traditional lecture or teacher-focused classroom into a student or learning-centered room. Students work together…

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10 Can’t Miss Education Conferences Happening This Summer

  Summer is upon us and in between a little sea and sun many educators take the summer season as opportunity for personal development.  Professional Development is found to be…

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STEM Education at a Living History Museum

Is it possible to present STEM education at a living history museum, a museum that re-creates life, culture and the peoples of more than 400 years ago? Located 80 miles…

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How Do We Teach 21st Century Students?

By: TJ Scholl from SEEN Magazine All students, regardless of where they live or their socioeconomic status and cultural backgrounds, are equally deserving and capable of responding to educational experiences and…

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This new embrAUX update makes for better end-user experience

The new embrAUX update allows users to easily navigate through their apps by adding a button to the HTML screen that links internal and external screens.   Follow these steps…

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Make your MAD-learn app more user-friendly with this new HTML feature

MAD-learn has made it easier for users to navigate their apps by using the “HTML with a button” screen template. It allows creators to seamlessly link screens within their app…

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Designing the Perfect Classroom

By: Megan A. Fagge and Robert A. Just from SEEN Magazine Children are impressionable and the experiences they have while in school will have a profound impact on their lives….

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GSBA CASE STUDY

Georgia School Board Association MEMBER ENGAGEMENT THROUGH MOBILE  ASSOCIATION BACKGROUND              The Georgia School Boards Association represents Georgia’s 180 elected boards of education. Their mission…

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How the Modern Classroom Influences Learning and Behavior

      What does a modern classroom look like? That depends on whom you are asking. Regardless of the differences in definitions, there seem to be some basic similarities…

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Students Compete in App Competition to Make the World a Better Place

On Tuesday May 10, 2016. MAD about Mattering, a global project that challenges teams of middle and high school students to develop apps that tackle social problems held the project’s…

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